BETHLEHEM, Pa. — A Pennsylvania court affirmed Wegmans’ right to sell beer in its Market Cafes here and in its Williamsport, Pa., location, according to reports. The chain obtained restaurant licenses to sell beer (limited to two six-packs) for both on and off-premise consumption from the restaurants, but last March the Pennsylvania Malt Beverage Distributors Association appealed the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s decision, contending that the real beer seller was Wegmans’ supermarket, ...

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