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  1. Default Re: Oklahoma liquor laws

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Robertson View Post
    I suspected that when it became obvious that curbside and delivery of alcohol would work that it might become permanent. I like it because I’ve come to like curbside and delivery of everything. If I can going forward I’ll be doing a lot more business this way.
    OTOH, my wife and I have always done in-store shopping and prefer it that way. If they're out of certain ingredients we need for a recipe we planned on that week, we can always adjust on the fly, not so much with delivery and curbside. Also, we find new items by just browsing up and down the aisles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTravellers View Post
    OTOH, my wife and I have always done in-store shopping and prefer it that way. If they're out of certain ingredients we need for a recipe we planned on that week, we can always adjust on the fly, not so much with delivery and curbside. Also, we find new items by just browsing up and down the aisles.
    I feel the same way. Also if I am cooking a roast, fish, or even fruits and veggies I want to pick out that item to my satisfaction.

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    Default Re: Oklahoma liquor laws

    Quote Originally Posted by TheTravellers View Post
    OTOH, my wife and I have always done in-store shopping and prefer it that way. If they're out of certain ingredients we need for a recipe we planned on that week, we can always adjust on the fly, not so much with delivery and curbside. Also, we find new items by just browsing up and down the aisles.
    As far as groceries and such I will never change from in person shopping for the reasons you mention. But for booze, prescriptions, general household supplies, car and house maintenance and repair items and other things that I know what I want without thinking about it ordering for delivery keeps me away from exposure.

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    This bill has advanced. Looks like it will pass. Hopefully Postmates, Uber Eats, and other apps of the like will deliver alcohol soon.

    https://journalrecord.com/2020/05/13...ohol-advances/

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    Default Re: Oklahoma liquor laws

    Quote Originally Posted by TheTravellers View Post
    OTOH, my wife and I have always done in-store shopping and prefer it that way. If they're out of certain ingredients we need for a recipe we planned on that week, we can always adjust on the fly, not so much with delivery and curbside. Also, we find new items by just browsing up and down the aisles.
    I will say I miss out on the browsing, but we made the transition to using shipt for our grocery shopping. It's been hard for me since I'm the cook, and I'm pretty picky on my ingredients. Across the board the shoppers have been great on back and forth communication and adjustments to my shopping list when certain things are out (which has been a more regular occurrence during the outbreak). I'll also say this - my shopping trips have dropped about 25% in size.... we don't end up buying tons of impulse items. It really forces you to plan out your trips in advance.

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    Default Re: Oklahoma liquor laws

    I guess the liquor store will have to finally create websites with their inventories, like everyone else across the country, especially if they want to compete with others that ship. Right now, only Tulsa Hills Wines actually has a wine inventory on their sight, anyone else?

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    everything old is new again. wish i could find a picture, but liquor delivery reminds me of the prohibition-era business cards that had a phone number and a short list of the products/prices that the "supplier" had available to deliver.

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    And maybe the next step is we can get delivery from out of state by mail. There are a lot of good whisky that can be bought online that never comes to Oklahoma.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mott View Post
    I guess the liquor store will have to finally create websites with their inventories, like everyone else across the country, especially if they want to compete with others that ship. Right now, only Tulsa Hills Wines actually has a wine inventory on their sight, anyone else?
    Sean’s on NW Exp has a very good website.

  10. Default Re: Oklahoma liquor laws

    Quote Originally Posted by Mott View Post
    I guess the liquor store will have to finally create websites with their inventories, like everyone else across the country, especially if they want to compete with others that ship. Right now, only Tulsa Hills Wines actually has a wine inventory on their sight, anyone else?
    This industry has been tired for some time. It's about time they are forced to innovate (using this lightly, really just doing what everyone else does) and compete.

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    Petition going around in Canadian county to allow Sunday liquor sales there.

    https://kfor.com/news/local/group-in...es-on-sundays/

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    Default Re: Oklahoma liquor laws

    Quote Originally Posted by Plutonic Panda View Post
    Petition going around in Canadian county to allow Sunday liquor sales there.

    https://kfor.com/news/local/group-in...es-on-sundays/
    The county commissioners must have been too conservative Christian to enable a vote.

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