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Alcohol delivery in Nebraska

Beer, wine and liquor delivered in under 60 minutes

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There’s nothing plain about a Plains State like Nebraska. Of course, there are acres upon acres of farmland (over 90%... of the state is dedicated to agriculture!), but for those who live in the aptly nicknamed Cornhusker State, there’s plenty to discover. It’s a state where students may drive their tractors to school and Big Ten football is its own religion, yet the state is home to five national parks and Omaha’s food scene will make you second-guess what state you’re in. Seriously, try the sushi. Why not punch up your Kool-Aid (the state’s official soft drink) at your next party? Nebraska has a notable craft distillery industry, in part, thanks to all that corn. Grab a six-pack for some tailgate stargazing and see what’s brewing at one of the many local beer companies. Stock your fridge for college football season. Make a toast to your proud midwestern roots. Drizly is available in major Nebraska cities, so you can keep your tractor at home. Drizly delivers your beer, liquor, mixers and even ice in under an hour.

FAQs about alcohol delivery in Nebraska

  • 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 can I tip my delivery driver?

    In markets where tips are accepted, you can add a tip during checkout by selecting a specific percentage or dollar amount. We also offer a cash option at checkout that will allow you to tip drivers in cash upon delivery. We humbly ask that you tip drivers if possible, as they are critical in making Drizly delivery a reality!

  • Is alcohol delivery legal in NE?

    Yes. Retailers may deliver alcoholic beverages to consumers, provided they verify that the sale has not been made to a minor, nor that delivery will be made to a minor.

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