How To Order Alcohol Online? Complete List Of State-Wise Websites To Buy Alcohol Online
As we are all aware, the Government of India has permitted for alcohol to be delivered online to avoid the crowd that has been forming in front of the alcohol stores. Even Zomato announced that it will be engaging in the home delivery of alcohol through online orders.
There are a few platforms available in some states that will provide online deliveries of alcohol. Find out how you can avail this facility of online delivery in your state or city
A Complete List of state-wise websites and apps to get alcohol home delivery
If you are a citizen of Delhi, you have to visit the website www.qtoken.in, and click on the Apply for Liquor Purchase Token. You should remember that there are only 160 shop open in the capital and the website will allot only 50 tokens per hour. You will be required to fill in your details and select the alcohol store that is the closest in your vicinity. Next, you will be required to choose the items you want after which the website will issue an e-token that will state the time window in which you can visit the shop and collect your order.
Remember to carry your Government ID and wear a mask when you reach the shop. Also, the alcohol limit has been capped at 9 liters per person or one beer case.
The Government of Tamil Nadu has launched an application for home delivery of liquor, called TASMAC, which is similar to Swiggy and Zomato. Just install the app, register your details and add items to your cart. Your order will be delivered to your doorstep. Remember that you will have to pay online.
For the people of West Bengal, you will be required to order through the State Beverages Corporation (BEVCO) by logging on to the website: https://excise.wb.gov.in/eRetail/Page/eRetail_Login.aspx and register your details.
In Punjab too the government has allowed for home delivery of alcohol with a cap of 2 liters. In each state, every neighborhod will have an allocated delivery window. However, there are a few rules that include only registered delivery persons with proper IDs and curfew passes will be permitted to deliver alcohol in an authorised vehicle. No more than 5 people will be allowed inside the shop and the shops will remain open only between 9 am and 1 pm.
In Chattisgarh, there is a website and an app for all the citizens that are in the green zone. You will be required to log in to https://excise.cg.nic.in/csmcl/ or you can also download the CSMCL Online on Google Play Store. However, a delivery charge of Rs. 120 will be applied on the order.
For the citizens of Odisha, online orders can be placed at the state’s Beverage Corporation Limited website. You will be need to login on to https://osbc.co.in/Onlinepay/RetailLogin.aspx and register your details there.
The facility of online delivery is not available in all the cities of Maharashtra, viz., Mumbai, Thane, Aurangabad, And Nagpur as these are the cities with the most number of Coronavirus patients.
For others, they will be required to log in to http://www.mahaexcise.com/ and feed in their details. Once you register, you will receive an e-token for the shop closest in your vicinity. You will be given a time slot for when you can go and collect your order.