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Latest News for Cogan Station (Unincorporated County Area), PA

Pennsylvania Passes Ruling For Home Delivery of Beer
WTRF.com PA
January 12, 2015

A recent ruling by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is allowing businesses with retail liquor licenses to legally deliver alcohol to Pennsylvania resident's front doors. In order to make home deliveries, businesses must also obtain a transporter-for-hire license.

Officials say the application for the transporter-for-hire licenses costs $700, in addition to a $160 license fee for the Class B license permitting delivery of malt or brewed beverage.

According to The Express-Times of Easton, the PLCB has set certain limits to the new rule. In order to be eligible for beer delivery, customers are required to pay at the licensed establishment, which can be done via credit card over the phone.

Deliveries are only allowed within Pennsylvania and are limited to 192...  Read More