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Weather Up’s Brian Floyd Designs Cocktails for Alcohol Delivery Service

DIY drinks with help.

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Sourced Craft Cocktails
Sourced Craft Cocktails
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Sourced Craft Cocktails, the newly-launched booze delivery service, is looking to aid those who fancy themselves at-home bartenders with the help of Weather Up bar manager Brian Floyd. As creative director, he created each drink on the menu, which will change seasonally. The current options include the Texas Mule; Gold Rush made with Austin’s Good Flow Honey; and Eddy’s Collins, with Deep Eddy’s grapefruit vodka.

Users pick which cocktails they want, how many serving sizes (6, 16, or 30 drinks), and the delivery time (Monday to Saturday between 10 a.m. to 9 p.m). A staffer will drop off the ingredients, booze, tools, and glasses in a barrel. The person will either demonstrate how to prepare the drink or show a video starring Floyd. And no, you don’t get to keep everything, the bar- and glassware will be picked up the next day. Prices range from approximately $51-$161.

Food and drink deliveries aren’t new in Austin. There’s Drizly, which expanded to Austin last fall, along with food-focused services like Favor and UberEats.