Find a location that sells beer, wine, cider, spirits or ready-to-drink beverages like coolers and seltzers

LCBO labour disruption

Despite the ongoing LCBO labour disruption, there are still thousands of places across the province where you can buy alcoholic beverages, including craft, local and Ontario-made products.

Use this map to find local wineries, breweries and distilleries, licensed grocery or big-box grocery stores, LCBO Convenience Outlets and other retailers that currently sell alcohol across Ontario. You can search for a location, filter by the type of beverage you want or zoom in and click on the map. You can also easily find Ontario-made products to support local businesses and jobs.

This map is based on licences issued by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. Product availability and operational status may vary. For further details, please contact the retailer directly.

Please note: this map does not include licensed restaurants and bars that can sell alcohol with food as part of a takeout or delivery order. Visit your local restaurants and bars to learn more about what’s available.

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LCBO’s website and mobile app will continue to accept orders for free home delivery anywhere in Ontario for the duration of the strike. LCBO Specialty Services and Duty-Free will also remain operational.

Expanding alcohol sales

We’re expanding the province’s alcohol beverage marketplace in phases to allow convenience, grocery and big-box grocery stores to sell beer, cider, wine and ready-to-drink alcoholic beverages, such as coolers, hard seltzer or other premixed cocktails.

Timing

August 1, 2024

Grocery stores that are currently licensed to sell beer, wine or cider will also be able to sell:

  • ready-to-drink beverages
  • large-pack sizes

September 5, 2024

Licensed convenience stores will be able to sell:

  • beer
  • cider
  • wine
  • ready-to-drink beverages

October 31, 2024

Licensed grocery and big-box grocery stores will be able to sell:

  • beer
  • cider
  • wine
  • ready-to-drink beverages
  • large-pack sizes

LCBO

Aside from distillery retail stores and LCBO Convenience Outlets, the LCBO is the only retailer where spirits, such as vodka, gin and whisky, will be sold.

The LCBO will remain a public asset. It will continue to operate as a retailer and a wholesaler to the new marketplace.

The Beer Store

The Beer Store will operate as a retailer and will continue the provincewide recycling program for alcoholic beverage containers and distribution until at least 2031.

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