Liquor startups are the next frontier for Venture Capitalists (VCs) with $100 million raised for apps like home liquor delivery, robotic bartenders, and breathalyzer accessories for your smartphone.

While the investment is currently small compared to the $800 million raised by food startups in 2015, $100 million isn’t something to scoff at. Customers increasingly expect easy on-demand ordering, yet less than 10% of liquor retailers are online.

Already there are apps like Drizly, Minibar, Thirstie, and Drync that allow home delivery of wine, beer, and liquor, and startup founders believe this industry is ripe for disruption.

Anu Duggal, founder of the Female Founders Fund and investor in Minibar says local vendors that work with on-demand services have seen up to 50% more sales. Soon the way we buy liquor may change the way food delivery did at the hands of apps like Seamless or Grubhub.