Report shows Pennsylvania liquor sales lagging other control states

A new report shows Pennsylvania liquor sales in June lagged far behind other controlled states across the country, following a downward trend that’s persisted since the onset of the pandemic.

An analysis from the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA) found that nine-liter spirit case sales declined 4.6 percent in Pennsylvania in June, while climbing an average of 13.1 percent across the 16 other controlled states tracked by the association. Some states – like Mississippi, West Virginia, Wyoming, Iowa, Montana and Alabama – saw sales grow between 22 percent and 55 percent.

Pennsylvania also saw double digit sales declines in March, April and
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