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Alcohol delivery in Everett, MA

Beer, wine and liquor delivered in under 60 minutes

Get the door, it's the liquor store

One of Boston's suburbs to the north, Everett borders Mystic River and provides more affordable neighborhoods just a few miles... from the capital. Like most of Bean Town's surrounding region, Everett can trace its roots to the early 1600s. Named for Edward Everett, a former Harvard University president and U.S. Secretary of State, Everett has all the colonial trappings of a Boston suburb. Wide city streets once designed for horse-drawn streetcars are now lined with locals vying for parking spots. The Teddie Peanut Butter Company has called Everett home for 100 years and remains a staple in New England pantries. Enjoy modern conveniences in a historic city with Drizly's user-friendly alcohol delivery app. Local favorites like Sam Adams and Harpoon are available for at-home delivery, along with any number of Boston's inventive craft brews. Kick your feet up and watch the Sox play without making the extra stop at the liquor store. Drizly brings the refreshments straight to your couch so you won't miss a single pitch.

FAQs about alcohol delivery in Everett, MA

  • Does Drizly offer contactless delivery?

    Yes! We all want to make the alcohol delivery experience as safe and easy as possible. You'll need to show your ID to your driver, but you can hold it up for contactless scanning. We have also recommended retailers contact you for delivery instructions, and eliminate customer signatures to minimize what you need to touch.

  • How many products are available through Drizly?

    Typically more than 2,000 products are made available from any given store. Products include beer, wine, liquor, and extras like soda, mixers, non-alcoholic drinks, and snacks (subject to state law). We directly link to most of our partner stores' inventories so you can see what they currently have listed in stock.

  • Is alcohol delivery legal in MA?

    Yes. Massachusetts package stores can deliver beer, wine and liquor to consumers who can prove they are at least 21 years old.

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