"Take this glass unto thy hand and hold it up. Lord, this is the nectar in which we indulge and sin”
Drink from your very own limited edition custom HELL Beer Glass and indulge in your favourite beverage. You deserve it.
To get your claws on a free Limited Edition HELL Beer Glass when you order beer or wine from HELL Pizza, you'll need to add the HELL Beer Glass ($10) to your order and use promo code CHEERS666 to make it free. Only one code/order/day, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer (expires 30 June 2022).
If you have ordered booze before; we've updated the process, so it's a hell of a lot simpler for you to get your hands on a bevvy. No more separate payments for booze orders; just add it to your cart when you're building your order.
So you want booze delivered straight to your lair? Here are the rules:
Available on delivery orders only. Only at participating stores*
You must place your order before 10 pm for delivery before 10.30pm.
You’ll need to pay with a debit/credit card·
For every $10 of food, you’re eligible for one booze item. For example, spending $19 worth of food allows you one six-pack of beer.
To order booze when using a discount voucher, at least a payment of $1 from your debit/credit card will need to be spent on food.
*excludes Bond Street, Hillcrest, Queenstown and Wigram stores.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can I order booze without any food?
No, the beer and wine can only be purchased with food – a maximum of one item (a bottle of wine or six-pack of beer) for each $10 of food purchased.
Can I buy booze on a pickup order?
No alcohol will be sold in-store as we are not selling the beer and wine - we are acting as a courier for Best Wine Co. We’ve chosen our partner Best Wine Co carefully, who holds the liquor license and already delivers beer and wine to customers around New Zealand.
Do I have to pay with a card?
To pay for your food and booze delivery, you will need to pay by credit or debit card online so we can electronically identify the buyer and eliminate cash handling for safety reasons.
Why is HELL delivering beer and wine?
As a company, we’re always keen to offer our customers something extra and provide a fun experience. HELL will be the first quick-service restaurant to do this in New Zealand. We have chosen to stock Parrotdog, Urbanaut and Liberty beers, Lost and Found, Kahurangi and Frontera wines as we feel these brands and their products fit well with our brand and food offering.
How will you ensure only people aged 18+ purchase beer and wine?
HELL and Best Wine Co. are going above and beyond legal requirements to reduce alcohol-related harm. We have a two-step verification process - at the point of sale and again upon delivery, where HELL Drivers will need to sight ID and have the customer sign a receipt.
What about the safety of HELL’s delivery drivers?
We take the safety of our drivers very seriously, whether or not they’re delivering alcohol. We already track our drivers through our own custom GPS driver app, which helps keep our drivers safe and connected when they’re out on the road.
How will HELL delivery drivers deal with obviously intoxicated customers?
We have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to dealing with intoxicated customers. In this instance, only the food would be delivered, and not the alcohol. Any occasion the driver deems to be unsafe, or beyond their control, the customer will be reported and banned from using Best Wine Co’s service.
What about a liquor license, who is responsible?
Our carefully chosen partner, Best Wine Co., holds the liquor license. HELL will act as a third-party delivery service (courier) for Best Wine Co. This delivery service is similar to what is already offered by Best Wine Co. and other alcohol retailers. Our point of difference is, that we deliver with food.
To meet legal requirements, Best Wine Co. verifies the age of the buyer as the customer enters the online store, again at the point of sale, in addition, HELL’s delivery drivers will verify ID upon delivery.
Best Wine Co T&C’s: https://www.bestwinecompany.com/privacy