This morning we compiled a list of what Central Ohio breweries were doing to curb the spread of coronavirus, but hours later Governor Mike DeWine ordered all Ohio bars and restaurants to close indefinitely beginning at 9pm tonight, adding that establishments will be permitted to stay open for carry-out and delivery.
If you’re in the camp of people who could really use a drink right now, here’s a list of local businesses that are delivering alcohol. Most retail stores and breweries plan to remain at least partially open for carry-out purchases.
Wolf’s Ridge Brewing has launched online beer delivery with ordering via their website. Orders are able to be delivered between 4pm-9pm Mondays through Fridays and between 12pm–9pm Saturdays and Sundays.
Seventh Son Brewing and sister brewery Antiques on High will begin offering home delivery with a minimum order of one case via their website starting March 16. Next day delivery will be available in three different delivery windows: 10am-2pm, 2pm-6pm, or 6pm-10pm. The brewery will throw in a free t-shirt with all deliveries.
Pretentious Barrel House is rolling out daily delivery service for bottles and growlers through their website. Orders ($50 minimum) placed before 12pm can be delivered that day.
North High Brewing is offering statewide beer delivery with a four (4) six-pack minimum. Email email@example.com to order. Orders will be fulfilled next day.
The Daily Growler is offering free growler delivery to anyone within a five mile radius of their Upper Arlington, Brewery District or Powell locations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order.
Veritas is offering free home delivery for wine orders over $100, while orders under that amount will be charged a $10 delivery fee. Orders can be placed online. Orders placed by 4pm Tuesdays will be delivered Thursdays.
Powell Village Winery has launched a local delivery service within 15 miles of two bottles or more for a small $5 fee, or FREE Delivery if you purchase a case or more. Call 614-656-2158 to order.
BrewDog ships beer through the mail via their website.
Service industry staff effected by bar and restaurant closures can visit the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Coronavirus and Unemployment Insurance Benefits website. Bars and restaurants will be able to return liquor purchased within the last 30 days to the state liquor agency from which it was purchased.
We will continue to update this article as new information becomes available. Email additions/revisions to email@example.com. Our hearts go out to all who work in the service industry and everyone impacted by this situation.