It Just Made Too Much Sense

The notion that in Pennsylvania you might be able to get a six pack from a beer distributor or gasp, 3 six packs from a deli is dead.

The latest effort to kill Pennsylvania’s ridiculous “Case Law,” the law that requires beer bought at the off-premise beer stores Pennsylvanians call “beer distributors,” is dead. This one had a lot of promise, seemed to have support and reasonable people thinking it had a good chance of getting through. But oh-so-quietly, it died in committee last week, in a quiet Monday of Thanksgiving week.

Pennsylvania Dodges the Bullet, Remains State with Dumbest Beer Law /a> [Seen Through A Glass]