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HARRISBURG, Pa. — Pennsylvania soon will be piloting hard-liquor kiosks in grocery stores, according to a report published Thursday by The Patriot-News.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board last summer launched wine kiosks into stores and is expanding distribution options — hard liquor by the bottle can only be sold through state-owned stores — in an effort to satisfy residents’ demand for greater convenience, the daily reported.