With summer barbecues, last-minute get-togethers and Fourth of July celebrations underway, many Austin residents may be caught without enough wine, beer or booze—as well as mixers. Here are some Austin delivery services that can step in and save the party.

H-E-B announced Friday that Austin-based on-demand delivery service Favor will now offer beer and wine delivery, exclusively from H-E-B stores, in over 30 cities across the state, including Austin. The delivery service will be available through Labor Day.

There is no order minimum, and free delivery will be applied to beer and wine orders. However, a minimum runner tip of $2 is required.


Amazon Prime Now 
Amazon Prime Now began offering free beer and wine delivery to Amazon Prime members in Austin— as well as San Antonio, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston—on June 20.

Two-hour delivery is free, while one-hour delivery costs $4.99.


Couch Potato ATX 
Billed as Austin's first beer and wine delivery service, Couch Potato ATX delivers late—until 1 a.m. weekdays and 2 a.m. weekends—and also schleps pizza, pints of ice cream and gift baskets.

Delivery costs range from $3-$10 according to delivery zones. Minimum orders range from $15 to $50.


TopShelf, a local company headquartered on Congress Avenue, launched in 2015 during South by Southwest.

Using a mobile app, customers can order beer, wine and liquor—as well as other party staples, including Solo cups, ice and ping pong balls. The delivery fee is $5.


Drizly offers one-hour delivery of beer, wine, liquor and extras—including mixers, garnishes and bitters—for $5.

Operating in 95 cities across the U.S. and Canada, Drizly also offers free pick-up at Austin-area liquor stores.


Minibar Delivery
Minibar Delivery connects users to local liquor stores, from which they can order beer, wine, liquor and other products delivered on-demand.

Founded by Lara Crystal and Lindsey Andrews, the company also offers subscription services and allows users to schedule deliveries from independent vineyards.