Southwest will bring back coffee and alcoholic beverages next month as it gradually winds down its Covid-19 protocols.
Coffee service resumes June 24 on all flights of at least 251 miles. That same day, Southwest will begin offering beer and wine for purchase on flights between the U.S. mainland and Hawaii. Miller Lite, Dos Equis and Blue Moon will be available along with Carmenet cabernet sauvignon.
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Those options will be made available on all Southwest flights longer than 251 miles on July 14. The carrier will also begin serving Mossel Bay Chenin Blanc chardonnay, Jack Daniels whiskey and Deep Eddy vodka on those same flights on July 14.
Southwest is currently serving Coke, Diet Coke, 7 Up and water during flights.
On July 14, the carrier will add orange juice and cranberry cocktails to those nonalcoholic options. A new beverage menu will be placed in seatback pockets that day, as well.
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