There are a few perks to living in the nation's capital: you can drive by the White House any time you want, there are loads of historical monuments to check out, the Wizards are actually good this season, and now you can get beer delivered directly to your doorstep with the new Bud Light Button app.
Really, it's not a lot different than other delivery-based apps, but the fact that you can order bottles of beer and have them show up at your house is still pretty neat. It seems stupid-easy to use, too – sign up for an account, tap the number of bottles you want, verify your address (it uses geolocation to know where you are), hold the button to confirm your order, and boom, beer's on its way.
Naturally, you have to be 21 or older to use the app, which is sort of "verified" by entering your birthday during setup. I can only assume they'll ask for identification upon delivery of said beer, but since I live in Texas and not DC, I cannot confirm this. Seems like a silly way to handle things, because if the driver shows up with 714 bottles of Bud and the purchaser turns out to be a 17 year old kid, that's a lot of wasted time (not to mention the refund hassle). But again, I'm just speculating here, because I can't actually order from the app.
If you can, however, you'll find it below. Throw one back for me.