DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — People are cheering and clinking as at-home liquor shipments begin in Alabama.

Earlier this year, lawmakers approved separate bills to allow at-home alcohol deliveries from state retailers. And at Last Call Spirits in Dothan, they are in the process of finalizing their inventory to prepare.

Store clerk Jill Mathis explained how they are just one step away from bringing liquor from the store to residents’ doors. On top of finalizing inventory, they are also in the process of working with the ABC board to finalize pricing.

A delivery company called, Pick Up My Things is one of the first of four companies licensed to deliver in the state. They have been working to get Last Call up and running.

“Our customers are excited about it, of course, they would miss me but they are excited about us doing it and we’re excited to get it done,” Mathis said.

Creator of Pick Up My Things, Allen Forrest will be delivering for them. Additionally, they will have verification measures in place for sales to scan for fake IDs.

“We love our customers, and whatever we can do to help them get it and be safe, that’s our main thing,” Mathis said.

Forrest believes the bubbly idea is beneficial to the area and residents.

“There has been a lot of excitement in the southeast for this service, and we are glad to finally have all the components to deliver our safe and secure alcohol delivery service,” Forrest.

Last Call will be up and running for liquor deliveries by Thanksgiving.