Pennsylvania liquor laws
The current three-tier system — brewer to distributor to retailer — has been in place since Prohibition.
Even though the prime sponsor of legislation to sell off state liquor stores said he wants to keep the bill simple, a key senator says that doesn’t mean other issues related to liquor sales in Pennsylvania won’t be in play.
When a new Pennsylvania governor and legislature get to work later this month, there will be a new push to sell off state-owned wine and liquor stores. However, that does not mean a broad overhaul of state liquor law is in the offing.
A new Quinnipiac University Poll finds broad support among Pennsylvanians for selling off the state liquor store system.
The first Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board self-service wine kiosk in the Philadelphia region is scheduled to go on line Saturday at 11 AM in Drexel Hill, Pa.
Pennsylvania restaurant and tavern operators showed up today at a public hearing in Philadelphia to support state legislation that would allow them to sell wine “to go” and supply alcohol at events they cater away […]