By Marcy Norton

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Pennsylvania beer distributors are getting ready to make changes to their showrooms, now that Governor Tom Wolf is expected to sign legislation allowing wider sale of six packs.

Tall stacks of twelve packs line the showroom at Springfield Beer Distributor on Washington Street in South Philadelphia, but soon manager Jessica Plaza says they’ll have to make way for their smaller cousins…the six packs:

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“We have to put in new freezers, new refrigerators, new shelving, keep track of all the open cases in the warehouse, people grabbing six packs out.”

It will be more work, Plaza says, but worth it, especially for the customers:

“They can grab, you know, a higher priced brand and just grab a six pack instead of a full case.”

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She says the changes may squeeze delis and other small stores that sell six packs already:

“When you go to a deli it’s pricey to buy a six pack. When you go to a beer distributor, you’re gonna be saving money on a six pack, so that’s probably going to hurt them some.”

Plaza says they’re hoping to add wine sales next:

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“We want to be able to sell everything and for our customers to have a one stop shop experience.”