Skip The Dishes launches alcohol delivery in 3 Alberta cities

Some Alberta residents can now get their beer and wine delivered through Skip The Dishes.

But Red Deer isn’t one of the cities.

The company, popular for food deliveries, started alcohol delivery in Edmonton, Calgary and Fort McMurray on Tuesday.

The company first introduced alcohol delivery service in B.C. and Manitoba in 2017.

The company is “looking into expanding alcohol delivery in other cities,” it said in a statement, when asked about the service being launched in Red Deer.

“We’re proud to be Canada’s most-used food delivery app and we’re thrilled to be able to offer alcohol in three provinces (so far).

“We’re always looking for ways to grow our network and are currently looking into expanding alcohol delivery in other cities and provinces, so stay tuned.”



mamta.lulla@reddeeradvocate.com

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