New alcohol delivery service comes to Lincoln

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A new alcohol delivery service will make sure that no party in Lincoln will ever run out of stock from June 3.

Directors Jim Claffey and Richard Sargent created Infinity Delivery to provide a one hour delivery service for all the stock a social gathering could require.

As a special offer for The Lincolnite readers, there is also a 15% discount for the first 100 people to use the discount code ‘Lincolnite15’ when placing an order via the Infinity Delivery website.

Jim said: “The alcohol delivery concept has been the dream of many people when they are organising a get together, or even mid-flow; that horrible point when the socialising must stop because someone has to pop to the shop, get a taxi or ring a friend to get some supplies!”

The company will be delivering more than just alcohol and mixers. Its range of products also includes tobacco products, cocktail kits and snacks whilst keeping prices in line with those of other convenience stores.

Infinity Delivery will officially launch on Friday, June 3, making home deliveries to anyone in the Lincoln boundaries Monday to Thursday 7pm – 1am, Fridays 5pm – 1am, and Saturday and Sunday 4pm – 1am.

Director of Infinity Delivery Jim Caffrey

Director of Infinity Delivery Jim Claffey

“Our business model is essentially for convenience. An on-demand service for a crisp and chilled range of beverages delivered to your door within the hour,” Jim added. “We are stocking a wide range of products, some of which are not available in supermarkets and are available in artisan bars across the country.

“Craft ales and lager are also in the mix and we are looking forward to potentially stocking some specials, brewed from the large range of small companies in the county.”

Infinity Delivery will be adhering to a strict ‘Think 25’ policy and upon delivery, the alcohol will need to be signed for by someone over the age of 18.

If proof of age is not available the goods will be retained by the driver as they would should the person who placed the order be intoxicated as it could breach the alcohol licence held by the company.

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