Pennsylvania’s liquor sales agency says certain types of tequila are subject to a voluntary recall because glass particles may be inside the bottles.
If you see unexplained charges for wine and spirits purchase, you’re not imagining things. It’s a mistake that’s being corrected by the Liquor Control Board.
Pennsylvania’s wine kiosk program appears to be on life support after another major outlet has pulled the plug on its participation.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board plans to launch a pilot program that will see bottles of liquor offered for sale in a selected number of those new wine kiosks that have been set up in supermarkets.
Liquor Control Board spokeswoman Stacey Witalec says on March 1st the LCB will “delist” about a tenth of the inventory of a typical large state store. The good news is those brands and products will be marked down to clearance prices until they are gone.
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