Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
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.
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.
Spontaneously exploding wine bottles have prompted the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to issue a consumer safety alert.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will begin accepting applications later this month for “tavern gaming licenses.”
When you think grape vineyards, most think California. But this vineyard is just one of 170 in Pennsylvania, including 17 in southwestern Pa., the fastest growing part of the state for wineries.
The owners of a controversial strip club on Pittsburgh’s West End are seeking a liquor license from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, but some say that license should be denied.
A recall has been issued for 1800 Tequila over safety concerns.
State Sen. Jim Ferlo is backing off his criticism of Kennywood’s plan to sell beer.
As state lawmakers wrestle with whether to privatize the sale of bottled alcohol in Pennsylvania, the Liquor Control Board (LCB) is trying to convince consumers that it is one of the most technologically savvy state agencies around.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek is joined in studio by Joe Conti, CEO of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
With Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner appearing before the House Liquor Control Committee Wednesday to argue against privatizing Pennsylvania liquor sales, the largest union representing state liquor store employees is throwing its support behind him.
Wine kiosks at the grocery store could be short-lived. Wegmans, a major supermarket chain in the northeast, wants those kiosks out of their Pennsylvania stores back east.
Automated vending machines dispensing wines may soon start stocking hard liquor.