Thirsty for a cold one but don’t want to leave the house? Well certain establishments with the proper license can deliver beer and the thing is it’s never been illegal.
Want a six-pack delivered with your pizza?
A new ruling by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is clearing the way for something few if any state residents have experienced – home delivery of beer.
There’s nothing better than kicking back on vacation with a classic local cocktail, and nothing worse than being interrupted by some blowhard waxing poetic about the drink’s storied “history”. Unless you’re the blowhard, and you’re sitting at the exact bar where the drink was invented.
If you’ve ever stayed at a boutique hotel abroad, odds are you’ve come across a “Seriously, where on earth did the bartender go — oh wait, there is no bartender?” honesty bar.
The Liquor Control Board reports that Allegheny County spent $260 million on booze last year, that’s even more than they spent in Philadelphia.
Police have been searching for a sweet-toothed, fleet-footed thief who got away with two bottles of flavored vodka after telling a western Pennsylvania state store clerk, “See ya!”
A man accused of stealing and drinking more than $100,000 worth of vintage whiskey has been held for court.
Senators are getting a lot to consider during the third and final Senate committee hearing on proposals to liberalize the sale of beer, wine and liquor.
While talks continue over whether to privatize the state’s liquor system, the liquor control board is focusing on re-branding.
The live-in caretaker of a Greensburg mansion faces criminal charges for allegedly drinking more than $100,000 worth of the owner’s whiskey.
The Pennsylvania House will begin debate on the campaign to privatize the state’s system of state-owned liquor stores today.
Sen. Chuck McIlhinney Jr. from Bucks County may hold the key to Corbett’s privatization of liquor.
Gov. Tom Corbett on Wednesday afternoon outlined his plans to open up liquor and beer sales in Pennsylvania. He estimates the plan will generate $1 billion in revenue and get the state out of the alcohol business.
The Liquor Control Board’s fine wine and good spirits app lets you find the nearest liquor store.