A virtual queue is what the government is planning for and those who want to get liquor online has to register their names they will be able to know from where they can get the same and they will have to collect the same in a stipulated time.
One will be able to collect only within the allocated time and limited no of people will be able to collect in a particular time.
It is a long-standing wish for many of those who rely on others to buy liquor and those who don’t want to be on a queue to have an app like this.
There will be rush in the initial days of app launch as many people will be downloading and installing the app and will place order at least to check how it is working and it will be a proud moment to order the liquor online
How to purchase the Liquor from the BevQ Bevco App
Once the customer initiates the process, the system will give him/her a choice of the outlets near his/her locality. After selecting the outlet he will get the time to reach the shop. The choice of the outlet can be manual or automatic, according to the decision of the Beverages Corporation. So, the customer can plan his/her purchase accordingly from the counter without crowding as the present rules prevent the assembly of not more than five persons at the counter
Liquor will be available to order as bottles of certain quantities not in peg rates.
Order the brand of your choice from the comfort of your home.
One can place an order of up to 3 liters of liquor in a single transaction and once is 5 days.
If one person has ordered liquor using the app and collected the same he will not be able to make an order in the next 5 days.
Though tempting, the state government is keeping a safe distance from the proposal of home delivery of liquor for the time being, though the Supreme Court has given a nod for the same. On March 20, the Kerala High Court had taken a firm stand against the home delivery of alcohol. A man who sought judicial sanction for home delivery of liquor 'for fear of catching the coronavirus from the crowds at the local shops' was fined Rs 50,000. While dismissing his plea, the court directed the man to give the amount to the Chief Minister’s Distress Relief Fund.
The Kerala State Beverages (M&M) Corporation Limited is a fully owned Kerala Government Company which was incorporated in the year 1984 and it was entrusted by Government with the monopoly purchase and distribution of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL), Beer, Wine, Foreign Made Foreign Liquor (FMFL) and Foreign Made Wine (FMW) in the State of Kerala. The Corporation has also been entrusted with major portion of the Retail Shops in the State. At present, the Corporation conducts its wholesale activities from 23 Warehouses in various districts of the state and retail business from 270 Retail Shops spread all over Kerala. The Head Office of the Corporation is situated in BEVCO TOWER, Vikas Bhavan P O, Palayam Thiruvananthapuram. The Corporation is one of the major contributors to the State Exchequer.
Q1. I don’t have a smartphone how can I get my token?
Ans. If you don’t have a smartphone then you can get the token through SMS.
Q2. Can I get Liquor home delivery through the website?
Ans. No, you will not get the home delivery of liquor.
Q3. How to use BEVCO Liquor Token?
Ans. After you get a BEVCO liquor token you will be allotted a time slot u can take a token to the nearby liquor shop and get your liquor.
Required Details for Kerala Queue Token System Registration