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Where to Find Beer and Wine for Carryout and Delivery in Metro Detroit

Stock your home bar with wines, beers, ciders, and meads while supporting local restaurants and bars

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Due to Michigan’s “stay at home, stay safe” order, all restaurants, bars, and breweries have closed their dining rooms. However, some businesses holding carryout liquor licenses have been able to adapt to the new world of novel coronavirus-driven carryout, curbside pickup, and delivery. The most important thing right now is to stay safe and protect your health, but if you need to stock up on beer and wine, consider supporting your local small businesses. From breweries delivering cans of gose to restaurants selling natural wines to-go, here is where to find carryout and delivery alcoholic beverages in metro Detroit right now.

Eater strives to keep its guides as up-to-date as possible, but due to the fast-changing situation surrounding the new coronavirus pandemic listings and services are likely to change after publication. To get a better grasp on what’s open and what’s closed during the pandemic, visit Eater Detroit’s carryout and delivery toolkit. Drop us a note at detroit@eater.com if something needs an update or you’d like to suggestion another addition to the map.

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PizzaPlex

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Choose from a small selection of beer, cider, and Italian wines from PizzaPlex’s online retail shop. The restaurant features curbside pickup and delivery for orders of $40 or more plus a $10 fee. Customers can also find items like DIY pizza kits here.

Motor City Wine

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The wine bar is closed, but Motor City Wine’s shop is still very much open for curbside pickup and delivery. Customers can text the bar’s number Wednesday through Saturday and will receive a response in the afternoon to arrange the order. Delivery is available for a six-bottle minimum purchase and a $5 fee.

FOLK Detroit

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Folk is offering a limited food menu as well as grocery items for curbside pickup and delivery. The shop features several styles of wine and local cans of beer and cider from places like Bløm Meadworks and Brew Detroit.

House of Pure Vin

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This downtown wine shop no longer offers curbside pickup, but House of Pure Vin’s online store and wine club shipments are still going out. Choose from an assortment of reds, whites, sparkling wines, sherrys, and ports from around the world.

The Royce Detroit

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The Royce’s bar in downtown Detroit is closed for service but the wine shop with over 500 different types of wine is very much still in operation. Customers can walk-in to purchase bottles or place orders online for curbside pickup and delivery. The shop has put together packs based off staff picks and different styles such as skin contact and natural wine.

Detroit Vineyards

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Detroit Vineyards is currently open from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday in the Eastern Market area for curbside pickup and delivery. The winery is also offering a penny shipping deal on orders of three or more bottles. In addition to wines, customers can find meads and blended honey wines in the online shop.

Brewery Faisan

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Brewery Faisan in Islandview recently launched curbside pickup of cans and kegs. Customers can place orders by email to contact@breweryfaisan.com. There’s a 12-can minimum purchase for orders.

Marrow in West Village recently introduced a carryout menu with options like glutinous rice dumplings and Thai coconut curry, but customers can also count on the butcher shop for groceries, beer, and wine. Call ahead for pickup.

Rose's Fine Food

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Rose’s Fine Food recently launched a wine and bread club. For $30, people can pick up a loaf of sourdough bread (no need to make it yourself) and a bottle of natural wine on Friday or Saturday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Grey Ghost Detroit

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In addition to DIY meal kits and ready-to-eat snacks, Grey Ghost in Brush Park is selling cocktail mixers, bottles of wine, and Hamms to-go. Place orders online for curbside pickup on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Rocco's Italian Deli

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In addition to its regular sandwich menu and grocery items, Rocco’s Italian Deli is selling Italian wine and beer to-go. Bottles are reasonably priced at between $12 to $45. Place orders online for curbside pickup.

SheWolf Pastificio & Bar

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In lieu of its regular dinner service, SheWolf have morphed into a carryout restaurant and market. In addition to items like olive oil and house pancake mix, the shop offers a selection of Italian wines ranging from $12.50 to $73 per bottle. Place orders by email at mercato@shewolfdetroit.com for curbside pickup.

The Great Lakes Coffee Roasting Company

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Great Lakes Coffee in Midtown remains open for carryout coffee service and also offers a selection of beers and wines to take home.

Mongers' Provisions

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In addition to cheese, chocolate, and charcuterie, Mongers’ Provisions is selling beer, wine, and cider for local delivery. Customers can call ahead for more information and check the full selection online. The shop also features plenty of bitters, cherries, and olives for people trying to stock up a home cocktail bar.

Takoi and Magnet have reopened their Core City curbside market with a selection of prepared meals and kits, as well as wine and dessert. Orders can be placed online for pickup.

The Congregation

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The Congregation in Boston Edison barely got off the ground before the state closed all dining rooms. However, this cafe and bar inside a restored church is still carrying on with a carryout bar menu that includes local, domestic, and international beers as well as sparkling, white, and red wines. Order and pre-pay online.

Ferndale Project

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The Ferndale Project is pulling out all the stops to remain open during Michigan’s “stay at home order.” The beer hall recently introduced Detroit-style pizza to its online menu and offers frozen pasties for folks looking to stock up freezers. The main event, though, is of course the beer: Purchase discounted cans of Salad Days, Blood Orange Mimosa Gose, and coffee cider. Folks can place orders online through the Wingit app for curbside pickup or delivery.

A tulip glass filled with beer and surrounded by sliced passionfruit. Ferndale Project/Adam Campau

Woodward Avenue Brewers

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The WAB and the Emory in Ferndale are keeping customers supplied with beer, wine, and food through online ordering. Customers can purchase combo orders like pizza and beer as well as cans of beer, cider, and wine. There’s even creative “starter packs” featuring selections of Greek, French, and California wines for people looking to get better acquainted with their grapes during the “stay at home” order.

Urbanrest Brewing Company

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Urbanrest Brewing Company in Ferndale is offering crowlers and growler fills of various sizes. Customers can reserve beer online for delivery within the northern suburbs immediately surrounding Ferndale for a minimum order of $20. The brewery also offers cider, wine, and kombucha.

A crowler of beer held between two hands wearing black latex gloves. Urbanrest Brewing Co. [Official photo]

B. Nektar Meadery

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B. Nektar Meadery is open from noon to 7 p.m. Monday through Sunday for curbside pickup or carryout purchases. Place an order online or call when you arrive. The taproom does not allow refills of bottles or growlers at this time due to the novel coronavirus. Check out the full selection of meads and ciders at Upserve.

Mabel Gray

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In addition to curbside carryout and meal kits, Mabel Gray is selling bottles of sparkling, white, and red wine to-go. Customers can also purchase a handful of ciders, beers, and non-alcoholic beverages. Orders should be placed at mabelcarryout@gmail.com with a contact number. The restaurant will call back to confirm the order and take payment. Check Instagram for the current selection.

Berkley Common

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Berkley Common is offering beer growler fills, bottles of wine, and cocktail kits for assembling mojitos and old fashioned in the comfort of your own home. Customers can place orders by phone for curbside pickup or delivery. The full menu is available on the restaurant’s website.

Michigan By The Bottle Tasting Room-Royal Oak

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With several shops throughout the metro area, Michigan By the Bottle is continuing to offer locally made wines for curbside pickup. Hours and updates on specials are available online.

Elie Wine Co

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Elie Wine Co. in Birmingham is offering free delivery for “wine-aid” packages priced between $150 and $250. Each pack features a selection of six European wines and customers can add on additional bottles for a discounted price.

Old Woodward Cellar

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Old Woodward Cellar in Birmingham is offering wine delivery. Customers can call in or place an order by email at info@oldwoodwardcellar.com. Payment is taken by phone and then the bottles are delivered right to your door. Choose from a wide selection of sparkling wines and champagnes, California wines, American pinots, and European bottles.

Griffin Claw Brewing Company

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In addition to making hand sanitizer for medical personnel and first-responders, Griffin Claw is open with a carryout menu that includes canned beers and growlers. Call ahead and place an order to pick up a variety pack of hard seltzer or a can of Downtown Bourbon Brown.

Baffin Brewing Company

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Baffin Brewing Company is providing produce boxes as well as cans and kegs of beer for purchase online. Drinks like the Phat Ash Paczki Beer and peach-apricot Splash Sour are available for curbside pickup and delivery.

PizzaPlex

Choose from a small selection of beer, cider, and Italian wines from PizzaPlex’s online retail shop. The restaurant features curbside pickup and delivery for orders of $40 or more plus a $10 fee. Customers can also find items like DIY pizza kits here.

Motor City Wine

The wine bar is closed, but Motor City Wine’s shop is still very much open for curbside pickup and delivery. Customers can text the bar’s number Wednesday through Saturday and will receive a response in the afternoon to arrange the order. Delivery is available for a six-bottle minimum purchase and a $5 fee.

FOLK Detroit

Folk is offering a limited food menu as well as grocery items for curbside pickup and delivery. The shop features several styles of wine and local cans of beer and cider from places like Bløm Meadworks and Brew Detroit.

House of Pure Vin

This downtown wine shop no longer offers curbside pickup, but House of Pure Vin’s online store and wine club shipments are still going out. Choose from an assortment of reds, whites, sparkling wines, sherrys, and ports from around the world.

The Royce Detroit

The Royce’s bar in downtown Detroit is closed for service but the wine shop with over 500 different types of wine is very much still in operation. Customers can walk-in to purchase bottles or place orders online for curbside pickup and delivery. The shop has put together packs based off staff picks and different styles such as skin contact and natural wine.

Detroit Vineyards

Detroit Vineyards is currently open from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday in the Eastern Market area for curbside pickup and delivery. The winery is also offering a penny shipping deal on orders of three or more bottles. In addition to wines, customers can find meads and blended honey wines in the online shop.

Brewery Faisan

Brewery Faisan in Islandview recently launched curbside pickup of cans and kegs. Customers can place orders by email to contact@breweryfaisan.com. There’s a 12-can minimum purchase for orders.

Marrow

Marrow in West Village recently introduced a carryout menu with options like glutinous rice dumplings and Thai coconut curry, but customers can also count on the butcher shop for groceries, beer, and wine. Call ahead for pickup.

Rose's Fine Food

Rose’s Fine Food recently launched a wine and bread club. For $30, people can pick up a loaf of sourdough bread (no need to make it yourself) and a bottle of natural wine on Friday or Saturday between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Grey Ghost Detroit

In addition to DIY meal kits and ready-to-eat snacks, Grey Ghost in Brush Park is selling cocktail mixers, bottles of wine, and Hamms to-go. Place orders online for curbside pickup on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

Rocco's Italian Deli

In addition to its regular sandwich menu and grocery items, Rocco’s Italian Deli is selling Italian wine and beer to-go. Bottles are reasonably priced at between $12 to $45. Place orders online for curbside pickup.

SheWolf Pastificio & Bar

In lieu of its regular dinner service, SheWolf have morphed into a carryout restaurant and market. In addition to items like olive oil and house pancake mix, the shop offers a selection of Italian wines ranging from $12.50 to $73 per bottle. Place orders by email at mercato@shewolfdetroit.com for curbside pickup.

The Great Lakes Coffee Roasting Company

Great Lakes Coffee in Midtown remains open for carryout coffee service and also offers a selection of beers and wines to take home.

Mongers' Provisions

In addition to cheese, chocolate, and charcuterie, Mongers’ Provisions is selling beer, wine, and cider for local delivery. Customers can call ahead for more information and check the full selection online. The shop also features plenty of bitters, cherries, and olives for people trying to stock up a home cocktail bar.

Magnet

Takoi and Magnet have reopened their Core City curbside market with a selection of prepared meals and kits, as well as wine and dessert. Orders can be placed online for pickup.

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The Congregation

The Congregation in Boston Edison barely got off the ground before the state closed all dining rooms. However, this cafe and bar inside a restored church is still carrying on with a carryout bar menu that includes local, domestic, and international beers as well as sparkling, white, and red wines. Order and pre-pay online.

Ferndale Project

A tulip glass filled with beer and surrounded by sliced passionfruit. Ferndale Project/Adam Campau

The Ferndale Project is pulling out all the stops to remain open during Michigan’s “stay at home order.” The beer hall recently introduced Detroit-style pizza to its online menu and offers frozen pasties for folks looking to stock up freezers. The main event, though, is of course the beer: Purchase discounted cans of Salad Days, Blood Orange Mimosa Gose, and coffee cider. Folks can place orders online through the Wingit app for curbside pickup or delivery.

A tulip glass filled with beer and surrounded by sliced passionfruit. Ferndale Project/Adam Campau

Woodward Avenue Brewers

The WAB and the Emory in Ferndale are keeping customers supplied with beer, wine, and food through online ordering. Customers can purchase combo orders like pizza and beer as well as cans of beer, cider, and wine. There’s even creative “starter packs” featuring selections of Greek, French, and California wines for people looking to get better acquainted with their grapes during the “stay at home” order.

Urbanrest Brewing Company

A crowler of beer held between two hands wearing black latex gloves. Urbanrest Brewing Co. [Official photo]

Urbanrest Brewing Company in Ferndale is offering crowlers and growler fills of various sizes. Customers can reserve beer online for delivery within the northern suburbs immediately surrounding Ferndale for a minimum order of $20. The brewery also offers cider, wine, and kombucha.

A crowler of beer held between two hands wearing black latex gloves. Urbanrest Brewing Co. [Official photo]

B. Nektar Meadery

B. Nektar Meadery is open from noon to 7 p.m. Monday through Sunday for curbside pickup or carryout purchases. Place an order online or call when you arrive. The taproom does not allow refills of bottles or growlers at this time due to the novel coronavirus. Check out the full selection of meads and ciders at Upserve.

Mabel Gray

In addition to curbside carryout and meal kits, Mabel Gray is selling bottles of sparkling, white, and red wine to-go. Customers can also purchase a handful of ciders, beers, and non-alcoholic beverages. Orders should be placed at mabelcarryout@gmail.com with a contact number. The restaurant will call back to confirm the order and take payment. Check Instagram for the current selection.

Berkley Common

Berkley Common is offering beer growler fills, bottles of wine, and cocktail kits for assembling mojitos and old fashioned in the comfort of your own home. Customers can place orders by phone for curbside pickup or delivery. The full menu is available on the restaurant’s website.

Michigan By The Bottle Tasting Room-Royal Oak

With several shops throughout the metro area, Michigan By the Bottle is continuing to offer locally made wines for curbside pickup. Hours and updates on specials are available online.

Elie Wine Co

Elie Wine Co. in Birmingham is offering free delivery for “wine-aid” packages priced between $150 and $250. Each pack features a selection of six European wines and customers can add on additional bottles for a discounted price.

Old Woodward Cellar

Old Woodward Cellar in Birmingham is offering wine delivery. Customers can call in or place an order by email at info@oldwoodwardcellar.com. Payment is taken by phone and then the bottles are delivered right to your door. Choose from a wide selection of sparkling wines and champagnes, California wines, American pinots, and European bottles.

Griffin Claw Brewing Company

In addition to making hand sanitizer for medical personnel and first-responders, Griffin Claw is open with a carryout menu that includes canned beers and growlers. Call ahead and place an order to pick up a variety pack of hard seltzer or a can of Downtown Bourbon Brown.

Baffin Brewing Company

Baffin Brewing Company is providing produce boxes as well as cans and kegs of beer for purchase online. Drinks like the Phat Ash Paczki Beer and peach-apricot Splash Sour are available for curbside pickup and delivery.

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