Colorado Initiative 122 (2022): Third-party delivery of alcohol beverages

In Politics by Michael Rae

SummaryColorado initiative 122 would allow businesses to offer a delivery service or provide a third-party alcohol delivery service. Under the current state law, at-home delivery of alcohol is restricted to liquor stores that deliver using their own employees and vehicles. If enacted, Colorado’s Initiative 122 would authorize any business licensed to sell alcohol for off-site consumption, like grocery stores, to offer delivery and use third-party delivery services such as GrubHub beginning in March 2023.

Fiscal Impact

According to the Colorado Secretary of State’s analysis, Initiative 122 is likely to have no meaningful impact on the state’s net revenue or costs.  

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