New boozy deliveries: The Advocate explains it

Posted at 12:00 PM, Jul 07, 2019

A couple of the laws passed during the last session allow limited delivery of alcohol to Louisiana homes.

The rules are myriad and the details can be confusing: our media partners at The Advocate took a look and explain what's allowed, what's not, and what this new service might look like in your neighborhood.

Restaurants and stores across Louisiana are expected to start home deliveries of alcoholic beverages in the next two months, after Gov. John Bel Edwards signed a pair of bills allowing deliveries, the Advocate reports.

Advocate reporters talked to Ernest Legier, deputy commissioner at Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control, who said the goal is to have a process in place in the next month to accept and approve applications from businesses to deliver beer, wine and liquor.

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