Beginning Sunday, the PLCB is raising the price on thousands of its best-selling liquors and wines, the first time spirits have increased in cost since 2019.
After complaining about the lack of Pennsylvania-brewed liquor options offered at state stores, Emily Leone Honhart set out to change things and emerged from her pandemic bubble as an independent liquor store owner.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is indefinitely rationing the purchase of certain bands of alcohol due to supply chain issues. Plan accordingly.
“This measure will be a valuable economic lifeline that will help Pennsylvania businesses struggling with financial hardships during this pandemic.”
Pennsylvania’s state-owned liquor stores have processed about $2.3 million worth of curbside orders since that program began on Monday.
The month of relative sobriety has reinvigorated the perpetual debate over the state's Depression-era liquor store system.
Gov. Tom Wolf's office gave the OK to reopen 106 of the state system's 600 stores for online fulfillment but not for public retail sales.
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