Oct 13, 2015

By Bob Komsic

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No need to pop out and buy beer, wine and spirits.
Like so many things these days, there’s now an app for that.
New York-based tech company ”Thirstie” is testing its alcohol-on-demand app in Toronto and Ottawa starting Tuesday.
It’ll be available on phones using the Android operating system first, while a version for the iPhone will be rolled out later this week.
”Thirstie” plans to expand across 27 Ontario cities before the end of January.
Thirstie App
This app is similar to most other deliver apps:  you scroll through a selection of products, place the order on your phone and await delivery.
The delivery fee’s about $10.
The app has age verification measures that requires you to input a birth date before placing an order.
You would also be carded at the door by the deliver company. 
The LCBO has not rolled out a website for home deliveries, but, a spokesperson says plans for that option will be disclosed in the ”coming months”.
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