Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Finance | By Loren Pratt

Pizza Hut tests beer and wine delivery

Pizza Hut tests beer and wine delivery

Pizza sounds good, but not expensive, fancy pizza. But I think I can speak for everyone who has ever ordered a stuffed crust pizza when I say that no-one who orders a stuffed crust pizza only wants a single serving of Pinot Grigio, OK!? Only beer is available now, for $10.99 a six pack.

The service will debut in Phoenix with six-packs of Anheuser-Busch brands, including Budweiser, Bud Light and Shock Top. For reference, $11 is roughly as much as a cheap six pack costs in New York City.

It plans to add wine deliveries in January and to expand its beer and wine delivery test to other markets in 2018, one of several steps aimed at reviving lackluster sales. Pizza Hut announced today that it will start delivering BOOZE to customers in addition to pizza, so now you truly have no reason to leave your house. ever. Wine will also be an option on the menu come January.

All drivers carrying beer and wine deliveries on their routes will be at least 21 years old, the company confirmed. They will verify that customers are old enough to legally consume alcohol and have the authority to cancel an alcohol delivery order, the company said.

This is part of a larger trend of huge restaurant chains attempting to drive up profits by appealing to adult vices.

There are many Pizza Hut locations that already serve and are specifically licensed to distribute beer and wine.

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