Did you know that according to Wisconsin Law, statute 125.51(6), 125.272, alcoholic beverage sales must be made face to face with the buyer and seller and must be both physically present at the licensed premises? With exceptions applying only to hotel rooms and caterers.
Here are a few scenarios that would likely be against the law:
A similar scenario: homebound customers may call in grocery orders from a licensed retailer. Some of the calls in orders include requests for beer, wine, and liquor. The retailer’s employees deliver the groceries to the customer’s home but cannot legally deliver the beer, wine, and liquor.
If the licensed retailers had included the alcohol both of these scenarios would be illegal.