Alcohol delivery in Oregon must be done responsibly, as alcohol must be delivered to only those with acceptable, valid IDs. Under Oregon Law, only the following forms of identification are acceptable alone as proof of age when purchasing alcohol items:

  1. An unexpired and unaltered driver’s license from a U.S. state, District of Columbia, or a province or territory of Canada.
  2. An unexpired and unaltered identification card with photo, name, date of birth, and physical description issued by a U.S. state, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, United States Virgin Islands, or American Samoa, or a province or territory of Canada.
  3. An unexpired and unaltered ID card issued by a federally recognized Indian tribe with photo, name, physical description, and date of birth.
  4. An unexpired and unaltered passport or passport card.
  5. An unexpired and unaltered U.S. military ID card.
  6. An unexpired and unaltered NEXUS or SENTRI card.

ORS 471.130 and OAR 845-006-0335(1)(d)

Only the identification listed above is acceptable alone as proof of age. Following are examples of titles that ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE ALONE as proof of age for alcohol delivery in Oregon:

  • Green card
  • FAST card
  • Prison ID card
  • Gun or Firearms permit, including a permit that allows the carrier to carry a weapon in public in a concealed manner
  • IDNYC card (New York City Identification card)
  • Social Security card
  • Pilot’s license
  • Veteran Health Identification card
  • Student ID cards

You Must Check the ID Of Anyone Who Appears Under 26

What do you do if the customer’s ID is invalid?

  • Contact the merchant through the chat in the app and let them know that you have a return due to an invalid customer ID.
  • Return merchandise to the merchant; If the merchant is unable to return an item, contact us at 503-389-6437 or email us at we will have you drop it off at a Lowkel spot or will pick-up the order from you.
  • Submit a return incident note and receive payment for the return of the product.

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Source: Oregon Liquor Control Commission

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September 28th, 2021 By lowkel  

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