Wash. Admin. Code § 314-03-400 - Curbside service

(1) Grocery stores that have the appropriate liquor licenses may provide curb-side service to customers who order groceries online and pick them up in designated pickup areas outside of the grocery store. Curbside service in a designated pickup area must be administered pursuant to all applicable RCW and WAC provisions. Drive-through service from pickup or pass-through windows is prohibited.
(2) Curbside pickup of groceries that include spirits, beer, and wine are allowed under the following conditions:
(a) Orders must include at least twenty-five dollars of nonalcohol items.
(b) Orders must be delivered by an employee of the licensee to a vehicle parked in a designated pickup area owned or controlled by the licensee as part of the licensed premises.
(c) Employees delivering orders to the customer's vehicle and completing the sale must be at least eighteen years of age and be trained on verifying ID, recognizing signs of intoxication, and preventing youth access.
(d) If ID cannot be verified, or if the driver appears intoxicated, all alcohol will be removed from the order and the customer will not be charged for any removed products.


Wash. Admin. Code § 314-03-400
Adopted by WSR 19-03-061, Filed 1/10/2019, effective 8/1/2019

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