Hard seltzers, flavored malt beverages, hard cider top choices
May 24, 2023
DoorDash released its inaugural Alcohol Online Ordering Trends Report and a first look at the third annual Restaurant Online Ordering Trends Report. Consumers continue to look for convenience as delivery apps have become a part of people’s everyday routines from ordering food and alcohol to groceries, gifts, and more. In fact, in 2023, consumers prefer ordering food via third-party apps or websites significantly more than in 2022.
Report shows 79% of craft beer drinkers would purchase more craft beer if able to ship to home
March 8, 2023
The demand for direct-to-consumer (DTC) beer shipping has increased 5.3% since 2022, despite industry challenges and political opposition. According to the newest Direct-to-Consumer Beer Shipping Report from Sovos ShipCompliant and the Brewers Association, 79% of regular craft beer drinkers would purchase more craft beer if they were able to have it shipped directly to their home, up from 75% in 2022.
Agreement adds Boisson’s catalog of 125 non-alcohol brands
January 4, 2023
Boisson, New York, announced its availability on beverage alcohol eCommerce shop Drizly to deliver elevated non-alcohol (NA) beverages to consumers throughout the nation, it says. Through this collaboration, consumers across the United States now can shop Boisson’s wide range of NA beverages on the Drizly app or web experience.
Boston-based Drizly released its third annual BevAlc Insights by Drizly Retail Report, culled from a nationwide survey of more than 500 alcohol retailers during November 2021. Among standout findings, retailers expected higher sales during the holiday season despite reports of Champagne shortages, felt concerned about supply chain issues yet still optimistic about 2022, are poised to stock (yet) more tequila, have fresh interest in craft beer, and see big potential for cannabis-infused products.
1,200+ convenience stores in 11 states equipped with eCommerce app
November 16, 2021
Drizly, Boston, announced its collaboration with 7-Eleven, Irving, Texas, to deliver alcohol to adults of legal drinking age in under 60 minutes from more than 1,200 7-Eleven stores. Following a successful pilot program with 190 stores, more than 1,200 7-Eleven stores across Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Virginia and Washington state now offer delivery through Drizly.
Companies plan to link retailers, technology, partners and more
November 9, 2021
ReserveBar, Ridgefield, Conn., has agreed to acquire New York-based Minibar Delivery, a leading marketplace featuring on-demand delivery of wine, spirits, beer, ready-to-drink cocktails, mixers and more. Minibar Delivery facilitates these deliveries by partnering with more than 2,800 retail partner locations nationwide, including independent liquor stores and iconic national brands such as 7-Eleven. The acquisition accelerates ReserveBar's expansion of its retailer fulfillment network and planned introduction of on-demand delivery capabilities.