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Nov 13, 2018

Pennsylvania New Distributor Packages, Slushies, and Food Health Safety Considerations

In Pennsylvania, consumers have enjoyed the benefits of new packaging opportunities offered by Pennsylvania Distributor Licenses under recent, dynamic changes to the Pennsylvania Liquor Code.  We have chronicled those changes previously in many different blogs including our slushy blog, which you can access here.  » Read More

Oct 09, 2018

Beer and Pizza? Yes. Wine and Pizza? No. Home Delivery of Wine Practically Impossible for Restaurant Licensees Under Liquor Code

Do you like wine with your pizza? There’s now an app that helps you choose the perfect bottle to match your toppings, but there’s a catch and the Pennsylvania Liquor Code is responsible for it. If you like beer with your pizza, you can have it delivered with your pizza of choice without leaving the comfort of your home. » Read More

Aug 22, 2018

Surprise – Your Liquor License Can Be Suspended

Since the passage of Act 44 of 2017, Pennsylvania establishments which serve alcohol are now in danger of being shut down by unannounced compliance checks performed by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. These checks can suspend a liquor license immediately at the time of the inspection.  » Read More

Nov 02, 2017

How Can a Brewery Produce Hard Cider? – Part 1: TTB Permitting

Hard cider (or alcoholic cider as it is commonly called) has been around for centuries, especially in Pennsylvania.  Being home to many apple orchards, Pennsylvania is starting to see numerous cideries (like breweries, but for hard cider) popping up anywhere from apple orchards and farms to urban centers.  » Read More

Jan 04, 2017

Pa.L.C.B. Releases Summary of Act 166 of 2016

On December 22, 2016, the Pa.L.C.B. released a summary of Act 166 of 2016, which will become effective on January 17, 2017.  The summary outlines the many changes to the Pennsylvania Liquor Code brought on by Act 166.  We have discussed the various changes from Act 166 on this blog since it was signed by Governor Wolf on November 15, 2016.  » Read More

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