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How to get your booze delivered on St. Patrick's Day

Patrick Fore Irish Green Beer Unsplash
Patrick Fore Irish Green Beer Unsplash (Image credit: Patrick Fore @patrickian4 / Unsplash)

St. Patrick's Day is coming up, so you know what that means: lots of green, tasty Irish food, and of course, booze. You can't have a St. Patrick's Day without green beer, right?

Whether green beer is your thing or not, you can celebrate with any kind of alcohol, but what if you want that booze delivered directly to you without having to leave the house? Don't worry; these apps will help you get your alcohol in just a few taps!

Postmates

Postmates Drinks

Postmates Drinks (Image credit: iMore)

We may know of Postmates as a great way to get food delivered directly to us, but did you know that they deliver alcohol too? If you search for "alcohol" in the app, you'll find the Postmates Drinks section, where you can order domestic and imported beer, wine, liquor, and all the other good stuff. There is a $3.99 delivery fee for Postmates Drinks, and it works in any area that already has Postmates service.

Instacart

Instacart alcohol from Bevmo options

Instacart alcohol from Bevmo options (Image credit: iMore)

You may already be using Instacart to have groceries delivered right to your door. But Instacart can also deliver alcohol to you as well, as long as it's from select stores like BevMo! and Total Wine & More Delivery. As long as you're in an Instacart-serving city with one of these retailers close-by, then you can have your booze delivered along with the rest of your groceries.

Saucey

Saucey

Saucey (Image credit: Saucey Inc.)

Saucey is an alcohol delivery app that is more geared towards romantic evenings, barbecues, or office events, but it can work for your St. Patrick's Day booze too. Saucey is based in Los Angeles, but it also services San Diego, San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento, and Chicago, with more locations coming soon. They have plenty of perks and promotions, including a private bartender for an hour with certain booze packages. Typical delivery is within 30 minutes. How cool would that be for St. Patrick's Day?

Doordash

Doordash alcohol options

Doordash alcohol options (Image credit: iMore)

Doordash is another service that we may already use for food takeout, but it's also great for drinks. As long as you're in a Doordash delivery area, you can check out the alcoholic offerings from nearby restaurants and even liquor stores. Find the place you want to order booze from, pick out your drinks, order it, and it'll be on its way. Standard delivery fees apply.

Swill

Swill

Swill (Image credit: Swill)

Swill bills itself as "the liquor store in your pocket," and that couldn't be more true. With Swill, you'll be able to browse the alcoholic offerings of many local merchants in the area who will provide you with fast and convenient delivery of your favorite beers, wines, liquor, and even mixers. Swill is available in 15 major cities and guarantees delivery in less than an hour. If it's available in your area, definitely give it a spin.

Boxed

Boxed alcohol options

Boxed alcohol options (Image credit: iMore)

Boxed is an excellent option for those who like to shop in bulk to stock up on the essentials. With Boxed, you can get all of your everyday essentials in bulk, including all of your boozy needs. Think about it: Boxed handles your booze supply in bulk, along with other party basics like chips, cups, hangover-cures, and more, all in one seamless process. Everything gets delivered to you in two days or less, there's free shipping on orders over $49, and alcohol delivery is available in California, New York, and Massachusetts. It's everything you could ask for.

Minibar Delivery

Minibar Delivery

Minibar Delivery (Image credit: Minibar)

This app is basically a minibar for your pocket. Minibar Delivery has a slick interface that makes it a pleasure to peruse for your favorite beers, wines, spirits, mixers, and much more. It's available in over 40 cities nationwide, and there is also a rent-a-bartender option, in case you really want to spice up your St. Patrick's Day gathering. The app also offers drink recommendations based on the group size and format, so it's a party planner and booze delivery in one.

Drizly

Drizly

Drizly (Image credit: Drizly Inc.)

Drizly is a startup that launched out of Boston, but it's now serving over 100 markets, including New York, Boston, Chicago, and Los Angeles. With Drizly, you'll find a sleek app that has a streamlined interface that's easy to use and setup. It's loaded with all of your favorite beers, wines, and spirits, and you'll get it all delivered within an hour or less.

Get your St. Patrick's Day on!

With these apps, you'll definitely be able to get some St. Patrick's Day booze (and maybe even food and other supplies) for your festivities without having to step foot outside! What a time to be alive, right? Just remember to drink responsibly.

What are your plans for St. Patrick's Day? Share your fun plans in the comments below!

March 2020: Updated for Saint Patrick's Day 2020.

Christine Chan
Christine Chan

Christine Romero-Chan has been writing about technology, specifically Apple, for over a decade at a variety of websites. She is currently the iMore lead on all things iPhone, and has been using Apple’s smartphone since the original iPhone back in 2007. While her main speciality is the iPhone, she also covers Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac when needed.

When she isn’t writing about Apple, Christine can often be found at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, as she is a passholder and obsessed with all things Disney, especially Star Wars. Christine also enjoys coffee, food, photography, mechanical keyboards, and spending as much time with her new daughter as possible.