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As Angela Couloumbis reports in today’s Inquirer, those handy-dandy grocery store wine kiosks are closed for business.
The Pa. Liquor Control Board says the dispensing machines started having problems (like, not dispensing) and were closed down last night at 9 p.m.
Don’t count on them for convenience throughout the holiday season – they probably won’t be back up and running until 2011.
Until then? Only interaction with a real, live state-run liquor store employee will get you the buzz you crave.
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