Mark your calendars, folks.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is down-sizing its inventory. Beginning March 1, more than 160 spirits and 240 wines will be sold at discount prices, according to recent reports.
Here’s a list on the Patriot-News website that shows the labels being nixed with prices you can expect to pay for them. The choices range from grape-flavored vodka to $135 bottles of Courvoisier.
Now that’s some Black
Friday Tuesday shopping I can sink my teeth into!
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