Despite Push For Privatization, LCB Grows Number Of State StoresSelling off state stores has long been seen by advocates of privatization as their Holy Grail.
LCB Updates Lawmakers On Expansion Of Wine SalesLiquor Control Board Chairman Tim Holden gave numbers on the expanded permits authorized by the new law that allow sales of wine by the bottle.
Liquor Control Board Holds First-Ever Liquor License AuctionThe first-ever auction of liquor licenses has resulted in 37 licenses being issued to new outlets in Pennsylvania.
LCB To Auction Off First Batch Of Expired Restaurant Liquor LicensesThe Liquor Control Board is now accepting bids on the first batch of expired liquor licenses.
LCB Issues Dozens Of Permits For Wine To GoIt’s another part of the Liquor Control Board’s implementation of an overhaul of state liquor laws signed by Governor Wolf in June.
Commonwealth Foundation: Governor Wolf Should Go Further On Liquor Privatization
Pennsylvania LCB Unsure When Decision Will Be Made On Beer Sales At Delaware County WawaA spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board says it is difficult to say how long the agency may take to consider a license to allow a Wawa store in Concord Township, Delaware County, to sell beer.
Proposed Bill In Pa. Would Allow Customers To Have Wine Shipped To Their DoorstepUnder current law in the Commonwealth, out-of-state retailers have only been allowed to send wine to Liquor Control Board stores for consumers to pick up.
LCB Chairman: Recent Beer Guidelines Not Part Of A PlanThe chairman of the Liquor Control Board says recently issued guidelines making the purchase of beer more consumer friendly is not a back door attempt to implement Governor Wolf’s plan to modernize sales of alcohol in Pennsylvania.
LCB Clarifies Rules For Home Delivery Of Beer In PennsylvaniaThe Liquor Control Board has issued guidelines for home delivery of beer in Pennsylvania.
LCB Chair: No Plan To Hike Booze PricesThe chairman of the Liquor Control Board is tamping down speculation that the LCB is poised to take action that could raise booze prices in Pennsylvania.
LCB Moves To Make Small Games Of Chance More Inviting For TavernsThe Liquor Control Board has voted to reduce the $2,000 license fee for taverns to operate small games of chance in PA.