Pizza Hut delivery in Phoenix: 'Would you like beer with that?'

Pizza Hut’s beer deliver will debut in Phoenix with six-packs of Anheuser Busch brands. Wine delivery will start in January. (Source WSBT  WTVD  CNN

Pizza Hut’s beer deliver will debut in Phoenix with six-packs of Anheuser Busch brands. Wine delivery will start in January. (Source WSBT WTVD CNN

Pizza sounds good, but not expensive, fancy pizza. If you feel like drinking with your pizza but want to be a little more fancy, this option will be available.

Pizza Hut just announced plans for a beer and wine delivery pilot program in the U.S.

Pizza Hut on Tuesday began offering beer delivery in a downtown Phoenix restaurant as part of a larger test aimed at setting the chain apart from stronger rivals such as Domino's Pizza Inc.

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For now, Phoenix customers can order Budweiser, Bud Light, Shock Top, or local beer Kilt Lifter for $10.99 a six pack.

The company told Fortune it plans to expand that into wine delivery-single servings and full bottles-in January.

The company would not reveal to CNN which cities will be next to get delivery service.

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All drivers who deliver the alcoholic beverages will be at least 21 years old and they'll also make sure to check the customer's identification for age as well. The company has more than 16,000 locations, many of which already serve alcohol.

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