Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board News

PENNSYLVANIA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD: Celebrates Grand Opening of Fine Wine & Good Spirits Store in West Chester

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) welcomed local officials and the public to the grand opening of a new Fine Wine & Good Spirits store

Wolf nominates Newsome to Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board

Michael Newsome, a business professional with an eclectic blend of leadership acumen and community experience, is Gov. Tom Wolf’s choice to serve on the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board opens new liquor store in Ebensburg

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board welcomed the public to its recent grand opening of a new Fine Wine & Good Spirits Store branch in Ebensburg.

PLCB to host rare whiskeys lottery for Pennsylvania consumers

Local connoisseurs of whiskey will be pleased to learn of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s third Limited-Release Lottery on Nov. 23 in Harrisburg, offering over 600 bottles of Buffalo Trace Antique Collection bourbons for purchase.

State Senate OKs bill to loosen law on out-of-state wine shipments

Thanks to a bill passed by the state Senate on Thursday, Pennsylvanians may soon be able to order a wider range of wines for direct home delivery, Senate Law and Justice Committee Chairman Chuck McIlhinney (R-Dist. 10) said. Currently, out-of-state wineries may apply for such a permit through the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, but limitations control the amount of wine, prohibit shipment of brands available at state-owned stores and do not provide for home delivery.

PLCB conference targets underage drinking

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) welcomed over 200 alcohol education professionals, counselors, law enforcement personnel and others to a two-day conference focused on ending underage drinking.

Liquor board issues renewed guidelines for delivery

Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board changes affect retail licensees.

More than $2.1 million in liquor fees returned to municipalities

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) returned more than $2.1 million in licensing fees to over 1,100 municipalities, the board said on Monday.

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