Bud Light can now be delivered right to your door—but only if you live in DC

As more alcohol delivery services are popping up around the country, Anheuser-Busch InBev has thrown their hat into the ring with a new app that keeps it simple.

One button for one thing: Bud Light.

Just in time for the Super Bowl, the Bud Light Button app – available for Android and iPhone—takes the guess work out of having to choose between dozens of beer brands -- and the inconvenience of actually driving to a liquor store.

Currently only available in Washington, D.C., the new Bud Light delivery service offers two options: a 24-pack of cans for $19.99 and a 12-pack of cans for $10.99—straight to you in under an hour.

“It’s the perfect button for whatever happens,” says the app landing page.

But if you’re under 21, think twice before pressing that button. When asked about verification measures to counteract underage beer buyers, Lucas Herscovic, Anheuser-Busch vice president of consumer connections told the Wall Street Journal AB InBev was "being extremely cautious."

The app uses credit card info to verify the customer’s age and those delivering beer are required check identification before handing over the goods, reports the Journal.

Unfortunately, there’s no app that opens your door for you and places the beer directly in your hand. Yet.

See the revolutionary new beer button in action.