Published: Wed, December 06, 2017
Money | By Armando Alvarado

Pizza Hut tests beer and wine delivery

Pizza Hut tests beer and wine delivery

Its investments include adding a loyalty program, beefing up technology and rolling out delivery boxes created to keep pizzas hotter. Thanks to a new Pizza Hut initiative being tested in Phoenix soon, you can kill two birds with one stone.

Officials for the pizza chain say that Phoenix was chosen for the test beer runs because its a good bellwether for trends in the national market and because many of its chain locations there already have beer and wine licenses, CNBC reported Tuesday.

For now, Phoenix customers can order Budweiser, Bud Light, Shock Top, or local beer Kilt Lifter for $10.99 a six pack. A spokesman said it would consider testing beer delivery in the future.

Want some beer with your pizza?

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The company told Fortune it plans to expand that into wine delivery-single servings and full bottles-in January.

Delivery drivers will also need to be 21 or older, which may give an edge to older job applicants if this plan evolves to other cities or even becomes standard practice at Pizza Hut.

Customers will be required to show their IDs at the door.

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

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