Freeport School Officials Oppose Beer Sales At Nearby SheetzNew alcohol laws in Pennsylvania have finally fallen in favor of customers and convenience stores, but a plan to sell beer at a Sheetz in the Freeport area is not going over well with the community.
Prices Of Best-Selling Wines & Spirits To RiseFrom your favorite Merlot to the finest Kentucky sippin’ bourbon, prices could be rising on the shelves of your local state store.
Fine Wine & Good Spirits Stores To Be Open On Memorial Day, Other HolidaysDue to a recent change in the law, hundreds of Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores will be open Memorial Day.
Dormont Pizzeria Hoping To Be First To Deliver Wine With PizzaWould you like a bottle of wine to be delivered with your pepperoni pizza?
Robinson Twp. Market District Becomes 1st Store In Pa. To Sell Wine Since ProhibitionA grocery store in Pennsylvania has become the first since Prohibition to sell wine in the state.
Pa. Liquor Control Board Approves Expanded Wine PermitsThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board just approved 81 expanded wine permits; many are for grocery stores in the Pittsburgh area.
Beer: The Fight Over Where You Buy It In PennsylvaniaBeer-buying Pennsylvanians are seeing a growing number of options where they can pick up a six-pack or two, though Pennsylvania still remains home to some of the nation's most restrictive beer sales laws.
Gas Station In Canonsburg Among First To Get Beer LicenseA gas station in Canonsburg is about to sell beer.
Pittsburghers Cashing In On Booming Craft Beer BusinessThe craft beer business is growing in Pennsylvania.
Liquor Control Board To Hold Special Bourbon Release LotteryThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is holding a lottery for a rare type of bourbon.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board To Offer Liquor LotteryThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board plans to offer a lottery so customers will have a fairer shot at buying pricey, limited-quantity liquors.
Wines Still On Pa. Store Shelves Despite Arsenic AllegationsThe class action lawsuit against 28 California wineries will not prevent Pennsylvania consumers from finding many of the wines on the shelves of their local wine and spirits stores, even though Kevin Hicks of Beverage Grade, who tested these wines, found “some very, very high levels of arsenic.”