Here Are the Pa. Grocery Stores That Will Soon Sell Wine
— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) August 17, 2016
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf appears to be just as excited as we are about the fact that you can now buy wine in grocery stores.
Wolf’s office released a map of the 84 Pa. grocery stores that will soon sell wine, and several of them lie in and around Philly. They’re the first stores that the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has approved for the new permit, which just became available a week ago. So you can expect to see even more grocery stores selling wine in the future.
Visit the governor’s website to see the map and pick out which location is closest to you.
Here’s a list of nearby locations:
Port Richmond Thriftway, 2497 Aramingo Ave.
In Chester County:
Acme, 700 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne
Giant, 141 E. Swedesford Rd., Exton
2017 D & J Enterprises, 729 E. Lincoln Hwy., Coatesville
In Delaware County:
Giant, 116 West Township Line Rd., Havertown
Acme, 1067 W. Baltimore Pk, Media
Acme, 101 Byers Dr., Glen Mills
In Montgomery County:
The Boat House, 113-115 Fayette St., Conshohocken
Giant, 1874 Bethlehem Pk., Flourtown
Acme, 1640 Bethlehem Pk., Flourtown
Giant, 315 York Rd., Willow Grove
681 Complex, 680 N. Easton Rd., Horsham
Giant, 1201 Knapp Rd., North Wales
In Bucks County:
Browns BC, 2200 Bristol Rd., Bensalem
Browns FH, 547 S. Oxford Valley Rd., Fairless Hills
Acme, 480 N. Main St., Doylestown
Giant, 6542 Logan Sq., New Hope
In Berks County:
Winedown Cafe and Wine Bar, 622-624 Penn Ave., West Reading
In Lancaster County:
The Belvedere Inn, 402 N. Queen St., Lancaster
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