First wine permits offered to Pennsylvania supermarkets

Eighty-four new locations in Pennsylvania will now offer bottled wine for sale to customers this month, after Governor Tom Wolf signed legislation in June that allowed grocers, restaurants and hotels in the state to sell certain alcohol.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board received 174 requests for such licenses, which only became available a week ago, according to PennLive.com.

Among some of the Philly-area markets approved to start selling wine, according to Philly.com

Philadelphia

Port Richmond Thriftway (Food Line Management Co.); 2497 Aramingo Ave.

Bucks County

Acme Markets, Inc.; 480 N. Main St., Doylestown

Brown’s BC, LLC; 2200 Bristol Road, Bensalem

Brown’s FH, LLC; 547 South Oxford Valley Road, Fairless Hills

Chester County

2017 D&J Enterprises; 729 E. Lincoln Highway, Coatesville

Acme Markets, Inc.; 700 West Lancaster Ave., Wayne

Giant Food Stores, LLC; 141 East Swedesford Road, Exton

Delaware County

Acme Markets, Inc.; 101 Byers Drive, Glen Mills

Acme Markets, Inc.; 1067 West Baltimore Pike, Media

Montgomery County

681 Complex Inc. (Iron Abbey Gastro Pub); 680 N. Easton Road, Horsham

Acme Markets, Inc.; 1640 Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown

Giant Food Stores, LLC; 1874 Bethlehem Pike, Flourtown

Giant Food Stores, LLC; 1201 Knapp Road, North Wales

Giant Food Stores, LLC; 315 York Road, Willow Grove

The Boat House, 113-115 Fayette St., Conshohocken

A greater number of stores will offer the service as the permitting process moves forward, according to the report.

Those with permits can start selling wine immediately, though those with higher volume sales may need to wait until the state liquor board can meet their demand for the supply, a statement from the governor’s office said.

You can see a full map of stores newly selling wine here.

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