Sheetz adds beer caves to 5 more stores in Western Pennsylvania |

Sheetz adds beer caves to 5 more stores in Western Pennsylvania

Emily Balser
Sheetz is adding more "beer cave" areas to stores in the Pittsburgh area.

You now have more options where you can stop and buy a cold six pack after work.

Sheetz announced Tuesday it opened five more “beer caves” at stores in Western Pennsylvania.

The stores are part a larger 30-store beer cave expansion.

The new beer caves opened at:

• 3611 4th Ave. in Beaver Falls

• 5064 US-30 in Unity

• 3457 William Penn Highway in Wilkins

• 5300 PA-8 in Richland

• 655 W Main St. in Uniontown

Shoppers can find a variety of domestic, import and craft beers in the beer caves.

Employees will ask for proper identification, a valid driver’s license, passport or military identification card from any customers wanting to purchase alcohol, regardless of age. Each location also abides by time-of-day sales restrictions on alcohol.

Sheetz currently sells beer in 138 locations across Pennsylvania and five other states.

Emily Balser is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Emily at 724-226-4680, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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