Online Beer and Wine: Best Blonde and Pale Ale at the biggest discount

Online Beer and Wine: Best Blonde and Pale Ale at the biggest discount

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Online Beer and Wine: Giant wants to sell beer and wine in Chambersburg

CHAMBERSBURG — Giant Food Stores has applied for a license to sell beer and wine at its store on Norland Avenue.

The Giant, located just off Interstate 81 Exit 17, would be first grocery store in Franklin County permitted to sell alcoholic beverages.

“Our customers have said consistently over the years that they would like the opportunity to conveniently purchase beer in our stores because Giant has become the one-stop shopping destination for almost every other food and beverage item,” Giant spokeswoman Samantha Krepps said. “Pending approval, we will begin the project late summer.”

Changes in Pennsylvania’s liquor laws in the past seven years have allowed beer and wine to be sold in convenience stores and grocery stores. Rutter’s Farm Stores in Mercersburg and Waynesboro, and the Good-Ta-Go tap room in Chambersburg sell beer. In October a Sheetz already selling beer in Shippensburg became the first convenience store in Pennsylvania to sell wine.

Giant Food Stores, doing business as Giant and Martin’s, operates 37 Beer and Wine Eateries across the state. In February 2011, the Martin’s store in Indiana, Pennsylvania opened the company’s first Beer Garden and Eatery. In September the Giant at 6560 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg, became the first in the chain to sell wine.

Beer and Wine Eateries at Giant and Martin’s stores are open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday through Saturday and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday.

Giant has applied for a “restaurant” liquor license from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board for the Norland Avenue store. It’s the same class of license that convenience stores get to sell wine and beer.

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