Alcohol Delivery Approved by Georgia Lawmakers, Headed to Gov. Kemp's Desk

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Governor Brian Kemp will soon be receiving a bill on his desk that would allow alcohol delivery in Georgia. Legislation was passed on Thursday, June 25, 2020 by the state House allowing packaged goods retailers to delivery alcohol right to your doorstep, and these home deliveries would include beer, wine and liquor. Approved 114-45, the bill would include guidelines around the opportunity including buyers needing to set up accounts with the store that they are purchasing from and pay in advance. Then, at the time of the delivery, buyers would need to present an ID that would then be scanned or otherwise verified at the door. Some sponsors of the bill such as Rep. Brett Harrell, a Republican from Snellville, GA, claim the process would provide more controls than in-person alcohol sales.

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