Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
With the program floundering due to a host of problems, Pennsylvania’s auditor general says the Liquor Control Board needs to make dramatic improvements to its wine kiosks in supermarkets – or pull the plug on the experiment.
Pennsylvania’s wine kiosk program appears to be on life support after another major outlet has pulled the plug on its participation.
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This time it is a dispute between the LCB and the manufacturer of the automated vending machines.
With its fate as a state agency threatened like never before, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is reporting record numbers for the just-concluded fiscal year.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has turned down a price increase for several hundred items carried in its state-owned liquor stores.
A total of ten Wegman’s supermarkets will be opting out of the wine kiosk program – including stores in Warrington, Downingtown and Collegeville — that’s nearly a third of the 32 kiosks currently up and running across Pennsylvania.
Folks who sign up for “half-off” discount programs at local eateries offered by CBS Philly, Group-on and other organizations should know that under Pennsylvania law, alcoholic beverages don’t qualify for the discount.
Despite the push to sell off state liquor stores, a key state senator is indicating he’ll press ahead with consideration of proposed changes to make those liquor stores more consumer friendly.
Authorities in Upper Darby say they’ve been in contact with Pennsylvania state officials about shutting down another bar after police responded to the second shooting in a month early Friday morning.
The chairman of the Liquor Control Board, P.J. Stapleton, says business at the wine kiosks was strong before machine problems caused a shut down just before Christmas.
After a shutdown of its 29 wine kiosks just before Christmas, the Liquor Control Board plans to put six of the kiosks back on line next week to see if problems have been worked out.
A new Quinnipiac University Poll finds broad support among Pennsylvanians for selling off the state liquor store system.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has upheld the right of grocery stores and supermarkets that have restaurants within them to sell beer.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is asking retailers and wholesalers to at least temporarily stop selling so-called, “alcohol energy drinks,” which have sickened people around the country, including several dozen in Lancaster County recently.