Liquor Control Board
A new bill would make Happy Hour even happier in Pennsylvania. Instead of just two hours, restaurants and bars could have 4-hour Happy Hours.
On Friday’s show, KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talked with David White, an expert blogger from Terroirist.com.
With the threat of privatization looming, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has come up with a proposal that would keep the system under state control.
From airline-sized bottles of vodka to expensive whiskey and tequila, Pennsylvania’s state-owned liquor stores are clearing out hundreds of items statewide. It’s not unusual for the Liquor Control Board to order these so-called de-listing sales, but these sorts of discounts are uncommon.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Local shoppers may have liked the convenience of wine kiosks at grocery stores, but it looks like they will have to get their holiday spirits elsewhere. As of Tuesday night, all 30 […]
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Tom Corbett has not even been sworn in as governor and he already has scored his first victory — a delay in hike of liquor prices, so-called handling fees that were supposed […]
Control of the Pennsylvania governor’s mansion switched parties Tuesday night, just as it has every eight years since World War II. One place where you may see the impact of Tom Corbett’s election is at […]