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Senate of Pennsylvania
Session of 2015 - 2016 Regular Session

MEMORANDUM

Posted: October 6, 2016 04:35 PM
From: Senator Randy Vulakovich and Sen. Guy Reschenthaler, Sen. Richard L. Alloway, II, Sen. Camera Bartolotta, Sen. Patrick J. Stefano, Sen. Scott Wagner
To: All Senate members
Subject: Legislation to Increase Where Spirits are Sold
 
In the near future, we plan to introduce legislation that will permit businesses holding a valid restaurant liquor license or hotel liquor license to apply for a “spirit expanded permit.”

Following the passage of Act 39 of 2016, businesses with a valid restaurant or hotel liquor license were permitted to sell wine. Although this law represented a historic step forward for improved consumer convenience, spirits were excluded from the legislation. Permitting these businesses to sell spirits as well as wine will increase selection and expand convenience for consumers across the Commonwealth.

This legislation will contain the same protections that are in place for these businesses who currently sell wine, including a limit of 3 liters for a single transaction.

This license expansion would cost $2,000 for the initial fee, and an annual renewal fee of 2% of the cost of spirits purchased from the Liquor Control Board.

We hope you will help us in our efforts to continue improving consumer convenience in Pennsylvania.

Please join us in co-sponsoring this legislation.



Introduced as SB1397