Pennsylvania Is Rationing Booze Sales Because Of Shortages

The supply chain shortage just got out of hand.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, which runs the state liquor stores, says the shortages are so out of control that they will have to set a limit of two bottles a day on some booze they sell. It starts today (9/17).

Crazier yet, that includes bars and restaurants, not just store customers. The limit is in place “indefinitely.” Some of the liquor being rationed includes:

  • Hennessy Cognac
  • Dom Perignon champagne
  • Jack Daniels whiskey
  • Patron tequila