You're in luck, if you happen to be out in Concord Township.
Our favorite Delaware County-based convenience store chain is taking the plunge today and kicking off its first store to offer beer sales in Pennsylvania.
The store, at 721 Naamans Creek Road near Route 202, has been completely renovated to add a 30-seat restaurant to satisfy the new Pennsylvania regarding beer sales at supermarkets and convenience stores. They also added a beer cooler, where you can grab a single to have with your Shorti in the restaurant, or as much as two six-packs to go.
While Wawa has sold beer at its 109 stores in Florida and Virginia, this is its first foray into the sale of suds in Pa.
It's taken nearly 18 months for Wawa to navigate through a minefield of state regulations and some opposition in the community.
But beer sales arrive at the Concord Wawa today at 9 a.m. They're throwing something of a party there with local brewers such as Victory and Dogfish Head on hand to match some of their craft brews with your favorite Wawa sandwiches.
We'll be there for the grand opening. You can get all the details here.