PA Liquor Law
Planning, organizing, and opening a new business requires a certain amount of fortitude. If you have a bar, restaurant, beer distribution store, vineyard, brewery, or distillery that requires a liquor license, the process becomes even more complex.
Pennsylvania requires multiple steps to obtain that license, and our attorneys can guide you through the entire process, which includes:
Once you’ve obtained the license, you’ll need to ensure your business remains compliant with the law. We also represent license holders appealing non-renewals or appearing at violation hearings before hearing examiners and administrative law judges of the Liquor Control Board.
Our other services include liquor license:
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