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May 21, 2020

Governor Wolf Signs Bill to Allow Mixed Drinks To-Go for Restaurant and Hotel Licensees

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Pennsylvania restaurants and hotel licensees that are permitted to sell mixed drinks and cocktails for on-premises consumption have lost a significant amount of business due to the on-premises sales prohibition. While there have been reports of restaurant licensees in Pennsylvania selling mixed drinks and cocktails to-go, that was not previously legal under the Pennsylvania Liquor Code. » Read More

Apr 29, 2020

“Governor, Can I Take Your Order?” – Pennsylvania House Votes to Allow Mixed Drinks To-Go but Will Governor Make It Law?

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Pennsylvania restaurants and hotel licensees that are permitted to sell mixed drinks and cocktails for on-premises consumption have lost a significant amount of business due to the on-premises sales prohibition. While there have been reports of restaurant licensees in Pennsylvania selling mixed drinks and cocktails to-go, that is not currently legal under the Pennsylvania Liquor Code. » Read More

Sep 29, 2016

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Releases Guidance for Licensees Looking to Sell Wine-to-Go

Recently, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board released the “Licensee Guide for Wine-to-Go Sales” that can be found here.  The guide provides information on licensing and permits, product selection, assortment/demand planning, pricing and terms of payment, ordering, delivery return policy and warehousing product. » Read More