Disney provides unlimited soda and beer packages as well as an extensive wine list with discounted pre-ordering.
Drinking age at sea is still 21 and requires a valid, government issued, photo I.D. Disney Cruise Line reserves the right to refuse sale and/or service to anyone.
With that said, there are some great drinking options on the Dream! House spirits in all bars can be had for $5.75, higher quality liquors will cost more, going to up $200 for a 2oz pour of Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac.
Champagne and wines from around the globe are selected by a panel of certified sommeliers and complied into a menu for the restaurants on the Dream. This wine menu is the same in all of the main restaurants, available at the bars and in your room from room service. The list contains various Sauvingon Blancs, Chardonnays, Pinot Noirs, Merlots, Cabernet Sauvingons, and a few other red and white grape varieties. There are dessert wines too: Port from Europe, Oceania, the US and South America. Prices range from $5.75 to $18 per glass, and $27 to $255 for a bottle.
The only other wine list is at Remy, where they have a large selection of French wines that can get quite expensive.
There are fine domestic and international beer choices that start at $4.25, and draught selections at the bars around the ship.
Flavored martinis are the specialty on the Dream, starting at $8.50 per. There are plenty of specialty cocktails like the Bahama Mama, Melon Vine, and the Captain’s Mai Tai at the bars and different selections at the main restaurants for $5.75. You can order Margaritas, Mojitos, and Daiquiris in a price range of $5.75 to $10.75.
Soda and beer packages are listed as follows:
*Six domestic beers: Budweiser, Bud Light, Coors Light, and Miller Lite
*Six imported beers: Heineken, Amstel Light, Becks, and Corona
*Three imported and three domestic
*Six 16 oz bottles of Evian mineral water
*24, 16 oz bottles of Evian mineral water
Prices are available upon request. These packages are essentially the substitute for having a stocked mini-bar.
There are wine packages too. You can pre-purchase wine at a discount depending on the length of your stay. You can either buy into the classic package, or the premium package. Packages are priced for three, four, five, and seven-night cruises, though the pamphlet detailing the package does not tell you how much you are approximately saving by ordering ahead.
There are several virgin cocktails on the dream, served in a souvenir fairy cup with Tinker Bell or Captain Hook for $6.25. Or you can get non-alcoholic frozen drinks for $3.95, like a passion cream freeze or a parrot song. Soda is unlimited and free for everyone.
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