The Waterfront launch alcohol collection service to clear the bar

The Waterfront in Norwich has launched a click and collect service of its drinks during lockdown Pic

The Waterfront in Norwich has launched a click and collect service of its drinks during lockdown Picture: Maze Media/Getty Images, iStockphoto - Credit: Archant

An alcohol click and collect service has launched at The Waterfront in Norwich to keep the venue afloat and make sure no stock goes to waste.

Enjoy your favourite drinks from The Waterfront at home Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Enjoy your favourite drinks from The Waterfront at home Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

An alcohol click and collect service has launched at The Waterfront in Norwich to keep the venue afloat and make sure no stock goes to waste.

The venue, owned by the UEA Students’ Union, is currently shut due to the coronavirus lockdown but they have been left with lots of leftover booze.

Customers can order their favourite drinks online, including cases of Desperados, Hooch, VKs, in tropical or watermelon flavour, and Red Stripe cans.

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Bottles of gin are also available so you can make a G&T at home. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto/a

Bottles of gin are also available so you can make a G&T at home. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto/ahirao_photo - Credit: Getty Images/iStockphoto

There are also spirits, including Bombay Sapphire gin, Smirnoff vodka and Jack Daniels Whiskey, and they are running Bank Holiday offers with a buy three get one free on cases of VK and Carlsberg.


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The drinks are available to collect every Tuesday from 4pm to 6pm and on Thursday and Saturday between 12pm and 2pm from The Waterfront and customers can pick an hour slot at the checkout.

Make an account and order here - make sure to bring ID.

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