Beer drinkers will soon have the convenience of buying a six-pack while shopping at the grocery store come Tuesday.
Giant Eagle has received approval from the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to begin selling beer at the Leetsdale supermarket,100 Village Drive.
As with other Giant Eagle locations, beer sales will be limited to two beers for on-premise restaurant consumption when purchased with food or two six packs (192 fluid ounces) when purchased for off-premises use.
According to Dick Roberts, Giant Eagle spokesman, a variety of 250 different beer and other malt beverages will be stocked with a focus on microbrews, craft beers and premium brands.
The Leetsdale Giant Eagle has undergone extensive renovations, which include a pharmacy drive-through amd produce section.
Giant Eagle began the Pennsylvania in-store sale of beer in November 2009 and is presently licensed to sell beer from café-style areas inside a total of 28 stores across Western Pennsylvania.