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Philly.com
City wants to get into the mobile bar businessEncouraged by the success of pop-up beer gardens during the last couple of year
City wants to get into the mobile bar business
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
Encouraged by the success of pop-up beer gardens during the last couple of years, the city of Philadelphia wants to get into the act. But rather than block out a fixed location or two - as the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has done - the city... Read more
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Philly.com
Drexel students' start-up delivers convenience on the goIlishayev asked Broadwater for his ID card to verify his age. He then took a pi
Drexel students' start-up delivers convenience on the go
Philly.com / Posted 4 days ago
Ilishayev asked Broadwater for his ID card to verify his age. He then took a picture of the ID card on a tablet and had Broadwater sign. And then handed him a 12-pack of New Belgian Ranger that Broadwater prepaid $23.95 online for along with Trojan... Read more
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The Brown and White
Police expand sobriety enforcement for Super Bowl weekendPolice won't just be lying in wait for impaired drivers with the Super Bowl on
Police expand sobriety enforcement for Super Bowl weekend
The Brown and White / Posted 6 days ago
Police won't just be lying in wait for impaired drivers with the Super Bowl on tap this weekend. A day after Pennsylvania State Police at Belfast announced a sobriety checkpoint is planned sometime through Sunday somewhere in Northampton County, the... Read more
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The Press and Journal
Beer delivery by your local bars and restaurants?By Melissa Melewsky, Media Law Counsel PA NewsMedia Assoc. Q: Several local ba
Beer delivery by your local bars and restaurants?
The Press and Journal / Posted 6 days ago
By Melissa Melewsky, Media Law Counsel PA NewsMedia Assoc. Q: Several local bars and restaurants that deliver food want to run ads that tell readers they can now deliver beer along with a food order. The ads note things like “now delivering beer,”... Read more
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Philly.com
Wawa, township reach agreement on beer salesFor months, the chain has been at odds with Concord's Board of Supervisors over
Wawa, township reach agreement on beer sales
Philly.com / Posted 8 days ago
For months, the chain has been at odds with Concord's Board of Supervisors over nearly two-dozen restrictions imposed by the township on Wawa as conditions to sell beer at its store along Naamans Creek Road in Chadds Ford. On Tuesday that... Read more
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The Brown and White
13 Lehigh Valley businesses cited for liquor law violations, police sayThe agency's Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement said it cited: SRAC Casual D
13 Lehigh Valley businesses cited for liquor law violations, police say
The Brown and White / Posted 10 days ago
The agency's Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement said it cited: SRAC Casual Dining LLC, trading as T.G.I. Friday's, 395 S. Cedar Crest Blvd., Allentown, on Jan. 25 for failure to have a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board-approved manager complete... Read more
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The Morning Call
Giant plans beer garden in Palmer TownshipIn an emailed statement, Giant spokeswoman Samantha Krepps confirmed the compan
Giant plans beer garden in Palmer Township
The Morning Call / Posted 10 days ago
In an emailed statement, Giant spokeswoman Samantha Krepps confirmed the company is in the process of acquiring a liquor license "with the goal of opening a beer garden in the near future in Palmer Township." According to a legal notice, Giant is... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Altoona council OKs Buccinese noise resolutionWith the approval, the Buccinese request goes to the Pennsylvania Liquor Contro
Altoona council OKs Buccinese noise resolution
Altoona Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
With the approval, the Buccinese request goes to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which, with the city, will hold a hearing at the club on the 600 block of Eighth Avenue, to take testimony in favor of and against allowing the outdoor... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Restaurant can have hookah smokingA Hazleton restaurant owner withdrew her request for a hearing before the city
Restaurant can have hookah smoking
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 21 days ago
A Hazleton restaurant owner withdrew her request for a hearing before the city zoning board after the zoning officer said hookah smoking complies with a smoking exemption that the business secured from the state. The zoning board took no action on a... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pa. LCB reports records sales for New Year’s EveThe booze was flowing in Pennsylvania on New Year's Eve. Shoppers rang in the
Pa. LCB reports records sales for New Year’s Eve
TribLIVE / Posted 28 days ago
The booze was flowing in Pennsylvania on New Year's Eve. Shoppers rang in the new year with record-setting wine and spirits purchases that averaged more than $2 million per hour on Dec. 31. In one hour alone — from 3 to 3:59 p.m. — customers... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Pa. Liquor Stores Drink in Record Sales to End YearPennsylvania liquor stores threw down record sales around the holiday season.
Pa. Liquor Stores Drink in Record Sales to End Year
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 28 days ago
Pennsylvania liquor stores threw down record sales around the holiday season. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) set a trio of records in December – highest single-day sales, highest single-month sales and top sales through first half of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Lower Burrell council takes steps to permit microbrewery, wineriesLower Burrell officials want to make it easier for a microbrewery, microdistill
Lower Burrell council takes steps to permit microbrewery, wineries
TribLIVE / Posted 29 days ago
Lower Burrell officials want to make it easier for a microbrewery, microdistillery or winery to open in the city. Council on Monday took the first step to making those small-scale, boutique operations permissible in all commercial zones. Breweries,... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Judge upholds charges against PLCB workerThe accused employee is John E. Steele, 60, of Altoona. According to Steele's
Judge upholds charges against PLCB worker
Altoona Mirror / Posted 29 days ago
The accused employee is John E. Steele, 60, of Altoona. According to Steele's attorney, A. Thomas Farrell, this is the first time that a PLCB employee has faced criminal charges for selling to someone who is intoxicated. Farrell, in a letter to the... Read more
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The Brown and White
Lehigh Valley liquor license holders cited, police sayCited, according to the state police Bureau of Liquor Enforcement, were: Sauco
Lehigh Valley liquor license holders cited, police say
The Brown and White / Posted a month ago
Cited, according to the state police Bureau of Liquor Enforcement, were: Saucon Valley Country Club, trading as Weyhill Course, 2050 Saucon Valley Road in Upper Saucon Township, on Dec. 16 for failure to have a Pennsylvania Liquor Control... Read more

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