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Tavern Gaming Licenses Are Not a Winner

Thursday, 20 February 2014 by

A few weeks ago, we wrote an article about the new Tavern Gaming License that is available to certain liquor licensees.  As you could probably tell from the tone of our article, we were not enthusiastic about these licenses.  Apparently, we weren’t the only ones as the Patriot News is reporting today that since January

One of the big issues facing Pennsylvania breweries when they are creating their business plans or just starting out is how to promote their beer and get it into other places.   By virtue of its brewery license, a PA brewery can self-distribute its beer by selling to other licensed entities, including restaurants and distributors.  A

On November 27, 2013, Governor Corbett signed Act 90 of 2013 (“Act”) into law, which permits certain liquor licensees to obtain a Tavern Gaming License (“Gaming License”).  The Gaming License allows the licensee to conduct limited small games of chance on its premises.  While this creates an opportunity to increase revenue and provide additional entertainment

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board would probably never be voted “Most Popular” state agency.  Obviously, there are a lot of criticisms hurled its way; however, one thing I think it does better than most state agencies is it provides good access to its information, especially legal information.  For example, on its website it provides links

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