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West Virginia allowing beer and wine delivery during State of Emergency

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Charleston, W.Va. (WVVA) - West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration Commissioner Fred Wooton is now permitting limited home delivery within West Virginia of sealed beer and wine by certain licensees to a person's home for personal use during this State of Emergency

Restaurants and bars licensed as private clubs, private wine restaurants, taverns, and brewpubs may deliver beer or wine in the sealed original container when the owner of the license is delivering take-away food orders.

WVABCA Commissioner Wooton also permits the delivery for brewers and wineries.

Establishments are asked to maintain social distance and are encouraged to have contact-less payment whenever possible.

As for restrictions, third parties (like Grubhub and UberEats) are not allowed to deliver items, cups of drinks are not permitted, no liquor bottles or mixed drinks, and distilleries/mini-distilleries cannot do home delivery.

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