Weis opens first beer cafe in York County

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YORK, Pa.,(WPMT) Weis Markets opens an in-store beer café in its Roosevelt Boulevard store in York. The 35-seat café, which opened earlier today, sells beer for take-out and on-premise consumption and offers more than 750 varieties, including a wide selection of imported and locally sourced craft beers.

The café received final its final approval from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) on Monday and opened shortly afterwards.

Weis Markets now operates 23 in-store beer cafes. In recent months, it has opened three cafes in Conshohocken, Norristown and Doylestown, all in Pennsylvania.

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  • OneMan'sOpinion

    It’s really necessary to have with all of the struggling mom & pop bars that cannot allow under 21 inside the doors. I really thought it was funny when I saw someone run out the doors of Giant with a six-pack at 4am as the cashier was screaming at them. Also funny were the two times that someone managed to get out of the open cafe to try to purchase at the grocery registers. That is not supposed to happen. Might even be illegal. They won’t ring up at the grocery registers.

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