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Texans will soon be able to have alcoholic beverages delivered

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SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Has this ever happened to you?

You’re sitting at home, getting ready to enjoy a Cowboys game and you decide to order a pizza. You open your refrigerator door to grab a bottle of your favorite brew while you wait for the delivery driver to show up and you realize, you’re out of beer.

A change in state law means you’ll no longer have to make a last minute beer run before kick off.

Governor Greg Abbott has signed a bill  allowing restaurants and bars to deliver alcohol along with food to homes or other locations.

Of course you have to be 21, show your ID, and sign the receipts.

Drivers have to be 21 or over to make the Dos Equis deliveries.  You won’t be able to order up your favorite mixed drink for delivery because the booze has to be sealed in its original containers, like cans or bottles.

The law takes effect on September 1st. Just in time for football season.


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