Sour Grapes Leads to End
The one year of vying for vino paradise came to close for Pennsylvania at least temporarily according to the Forbes.com report.
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board has ended the one-year experiment that had wine vending machines in grocery stores.
It’s all because of sour grapes the contractor is having, a financial dispute. Simple Brands, the company that supplies the wine for the machines, allegedly owes the liquor board $1 million.
Liquor board CEO, Joe Conti, stated he didn’t see the “program being revived.”
Simple Brands will have 30 days to pick up the vino once they are removed from the kiosks.
The machines did take your well-being into concern.
You wouldn’t miss your Pennsylvania flight for being too drunk at least, the machines required breathalyzer tests before any purchase.
Source: Forbes, Philly.com