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Pennsylvania ‘Frees the 6-Pack,’ Approves Sale of Beer at Gas Stations for the First Time

Pennsylvania ‘Frees the 6-Pack,’ Approves Sale of Beer at Gas Stations for the First Time


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Pennsylvania, which has some of the strictest liquor laws in the country, has approved the sale of beer at gas stations

Until now, beer was only available for purchase from beer stores or licensed distributors.

Pennsylvania, a state with some of the most stringent liquor laws in the country, has approved the sale of six-packs of beer at gas stations for the first time ever, in a move that consumers are cheering as “freeing the six-pack.”

In Pennsylvania, alcohol sales are tightly regulated, and wine and spirits may only be sold through stores attached to wineries or a single state-owned retailer, Fine Wine and Good Spirits. Beer can only be purchased from a restaurant, bar, licensed beer store, or distributor; and now, gas stations that have been approved by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

So far, nine gas stations in the state have been approved to sell six-packs of malt or brewed beverages, with more applications on the way.

“‘Freeing the six-pack’ will make the commonwealth more inviting for customers and businesses,” Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf said in a statement. “I applaud the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board for approving these applications and respectfully ask that they approve similar subsequent applications that otherwise meet PLCB standards in order to improve customer service and convenience for Pennsylvania.”


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


This map shows everywhere in Pennsylvania you can buy wine and six-packs to go

Charlie Neibergall/AP

The Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation that would enable beer distributors to sell beer in any volume, including six-packs and growlers.

Under Gov. Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania's reputation as a state with backward liquor laws is no longer as warranted as it once was.

Last year, the Wolf administration's adoption of Act 39 introduced several reforms aimed at modernizing the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which regulates the state system of Fine Wine & Good Sprits stores and privately owned beer distributors that historically have served as our primary beverage alcohol merchants.

Legislation signed by Wolf has expanded the hours of state stores, allowed six-packs to be sold in gas stations, restaurants and beer distributors, and permited both wine and beer to be sold at additional locations including select grocery stores.


Watch the video: Pennsylvania frees the six-pack (June 2022).


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