Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board Issues Guidance to Licensees Regarding New Drinks-to-Go Law

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has issued guidance to licenses regarding Act 21 of 2020, signed into law today by Governor Tom Wolf, which allows certain hotel and restaurant licensees to temporarily sell prepared beverages and mixed drinks to go, effective today.

Hotel and restaurant licensees that have lost at least 25% of average monthly sales due to COVID-19 business restrictions, and that offer meals to go, may now sell prepared beverages and mixed drinks – liquor and one or more mixer combined on the licensed premises in quantities from four to 64 ounces – in sealed containers.

The announcement can be seen here

A Q&A on this guidance can be found here