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Age Compliance Program – Be Vigilant

Licensees are still being cited for sales to minors as a result of Pennsylvania’s Age Compliance Program, which is administered by the State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement. I have written about this program in past columns and is worth revisiting since...

Price of Wines Sold by WEP Holders

Note this clarification: A WEP licensee may not sell its wine for a lower price than what the WEP holder purchased that wine for at a PLCB store and not the PLCB store retail list price.

Wine Expanded Permit Holder – Minors and Patrons Under 35

Liquor Licenses holding a Wine Expanded Permit (WEP) are required to use a transactional scanning device to check, legally acceptable identification cards as proof of age of all patrons appearing to be under the age of 35 years, who want to purchase wine-to-go....

Wine Expanded Permit – Wine To Go

Act 39, which amended the Liquor Code went into effect August 8, 2016. One purpose of the law is to expand the availability of alcoholic beverages and thus increase the convenience factor for the retail consumer. This increase in the availability of alcoholic...

Sunday Sales Hours

Clients always ask me what hours can they legally be open and sell alcoholic beverages on Sundays. There are 23,481 licenses issued in Pennsylvania and the answer depends upon what specific type of license that a licensee holds, and you must be aware of those hourly...