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  • The race to deliver 'on demand' alcohol
  • Apps like Drizly deliver booze to your doorstep in under an hour
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The race to deliver 'on demand' alcohol

Aimed at parties and corporate functions, Boston-based Drizly aims to deliver alcohol to your doorstep in under 40 minutes. After receiving £2.5 million in funding, and with a host of competitors across the US emerging, the race towards delivering 'on demand' alcohol is on.

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