For many football fans, watching a game at home demands an ice cold beer close at hand, but making a mid-game beer run is never a fun errand. So why not get your brews delivered? Consider calling up your local Pizza Hut: Ahead of Super Bowl LIII, the company is expanding its beer delivery service to almost 300 restaurants across the country.
Pizza Hut first began its beer delivery service in 2017 in Arizona before expanding to parts of California. This latest expansion will bring the program to your door if you live in Florida, Iowa, Nebraska, North Carolina, and Ohio, as well as additional stores in California and Arizona. And the company won’t stop there: It plans to offer beer delivery at more than 1,000 stores by this summer.
“We are proud to be pioneers of beer delivery and are well-poised to take on more markets in the coming year,” Marianne Radley, chief brand officer at Pizza Hut, said in a press release. With the beer delivery expansion, Pizza Hut aims to be a “one-stop-shop” for football fans, according to the release.
So what’s on tap at Pizza Hut? USA Today reports customers can choose from a range of brews, including grocery store stalwarts like Blue Moon, Bud Light, Budweiser, Corona Extra, and Miller High Life, and more adventurous choices, like Four Peaks Kilt Lifter. Prices will vary from store to store, but Forbes reports they’ll range from $3 to $5 for a two-pack, while a six-pack will set you back anywhere from $6 to $12.
The beer will arrive at the new stores this month, and customers can place beer orders just as they would for a pizza: online, in the Pizza Hut app, or over the phone. That means more time on the couch, and less time hauling cases out of your local beer aisle if you didn’t plan ahead.