- Pizza Hut announced Tuesday it will offer beer and wine deliveries to customers who order food from its restaurants.
Pizza Hut clearly realized that: The delivery giant is testing a service that will deliver beer with your pie. Pizza Hut delivery will be your savior, but if you are committing to eating unhealthily, you might as well go all the way.
For now, Phoenix customers can order Budweiser, Bud Light, Shock Top, or local beer Kilt Lifter for $10.99 a six pack.
Yum plans to roll out Pizza Hut's beer and wine delivery concept to more markets after its Phoenix trial.
The brand marketing director for Pizza Hut did not say where the company was planning to expand its test program after beginning in Phoenix.
CNN Money found that two of its competitors - Papa John's and Domino's - appear to offer only water and soft drinks for delivery, according to their websites.
Zacks EVP Kevin Matras believes this familiar stock has only just begun its climb to become one of the greatest investments of all time. The company has more than 16,000 locations, many of which already serve alcohol. Drivers will check customers' IDs to verify that they are over 21 and deliver the cold beer kept in a cooler.
The move by Pizza Hut is its latest attempt to increase its sales. Lastly, you will need to show ID upon delivery, so rowdy teens can not order a bunch of beer and expect to get it with no trouble.