Can pubs sell takeaway alcohol during lockdown?
All restaurants, pubs, bars, and cafés are to remain closed to dine-in service, both indoors and outdoors. Food and drink for takeaway, click-and-collect, and drive-through can be served until 11pm. Takeaway or click-and-collect alcohol is no longer permitted.
Can takeaways deliver alcohol during lockdown?
Restaurants can still deliver food and are open for takeaway and click & collect. However, takeaway alcohol is now banned from restaurants and pubs (delivery is fine, though). So no more pints from the pub door. Essential retail can remain open – so that’s food shops, supermarkets and off-licences (phew!).
Can pubs sell beer takeaway?
As it stands, pubs cannot sell alcohol to takeaway or to click-and-collect under lockdown laws in England. The ban will be lifted 12 April, when beer gardens can reopen, which pub operators have said is unfair as individuals can freely buy alcohol from supermarkets.
Why is takeaway alcohol banned?
It is understood that the ban is driven by concerns that customers buying takeaway alcohol from pub and bar doors would then congregate with friends nearby to drink.
Can you buy takeaway pints?
The Government has confirmed there will be no changes to rules surrounding takeaway pints at the next easing of lockdown laws. … They will be able to buy alcohol from a supermarket to drink together but will not be able to buy takeaway pints from a nearby pub.
Is alcohol takeaway banned?
Under the new rules, coming into effect today, while restaurants and pubs will be able to sell food and soft drinks for delivery, takeaway and click-and-collect (until 11pm), on-trade businesses will no longer be able to serve takeaway or click-and-collect alcohol.