Google is expanding its beer delivery business to San Francisco.
The company announced Monday that it will be adding a delivery service to the area’s existing beer delivery network.
The new service, called the Compass Express, will provide a single point of origin to the local beer market, according to the announcement.
It will be offered in the city’s San Francisco and Marin areas, with plans to expand the service to other parts of the Bay Area as well.
In addition to the existing beer-delivery network, Google said it will offer the service through its own fleet of pickup trucks.
The company said it plans to begin shipping the service by the end of the year.
Google’s service will allow users to hail a delivery van and then pick up the beer at the location, with the truck taking the beer to the destination.
Google said the company plans to pay drivers and install a digital fare payment system in the vehicles to ensure that customers pay within the 30-minute limit.
Google has been expanding its services in the Bay area for years, including a delivery of beer to its Mountain View, Calif., headquarters.
The service has grown rapidly in the last few years, with a fleet of more than 4,000 trucks and the launch of a new delivery service in 2016.