Check out the 94 PA Liquor Stores That Will Now Be Open on Sunday
By: Beth Melena, Deputy Press Secretary
August 12, 2016
Starting on August 8, Pennsylvania’s bipartisan liquor reform signed into law by Governor Wolf this past spring went into effect. As part of this reform, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is opening more stores on Sundays. 94 stores will be open on this Sunday for the first time.
The PLCB also plans to add Sunday hours for 26 more stores on September 4, bringing the total number of stores open on Sunday to more than 300, or about half of all Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores. Additionally, PLCB will expand Sunday hours in all 188 stores that were previously open from noon to 5 PM on Sundays. Stores will now open at 11 AM and close at 7 PM on Sundays.
Governor Wolf and the PLCB are committed to providing greater convenience and satisfaction to Pennsylvania customers and now comes the important work of implementing the law.
Check out the 94 Wine and Spirits stores that will be open for the first time this Sunday:
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