When you were picking up your bread and milk yesterday did you take a few minutes to stop by one of the beer cafes at a Weis or Giant in Lancaster County? Recently, Rutter’s announced it is seeking a liquor license for their new store in Leola. Many Lancaster county residents are pleased that there are a growing number of options to purchase beer. Did you know, however, that the supermarket purchases have significantly impacted the cost of a liquor license in Lancaster county? Aaron Zeamer recently spoke to Chad Umble at LNP Media Group, Inc. and contributed to this LNP article which talks about some of the recent changes.
Aaron works with commercial real estate agents and restaurant and bar owners to facilitate the sale and transfer of PA liquor licenses. His familiarity with the liquor code and his frequent interaction with the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board allows him to assist clients with a broad range of liquor license issues. His work as a member of the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Restaurant and Lodging Association (PRLA) ensures that he stays abreast of industry developments and the needs of the hospitality industry in Pennsylvania. Click here or feel free to give Aaron a call if you would like additional information on how liquor licenses work in Pennsylvania.