Not here to disagree or argue in what you say, just describing it from my point of view.
One could also say i dont agree with any out of state beer being sold here as it cuts into my local Pa breweries.
I drink a majority of beer from B.o.p. establishments which keeps it even more local to communities which could be perceived as the original back to where it started a long time ago.
Growlers to go is a trend, so much so the bottle shop below i speak of offers that as well as a number of B.o.p. est`s i frequent.
My perspective was moving in from another state and i saw where PA was lacking with an archaic confusing alcohol ruleset where all beer ,wine liquor are sold in one location with any quantity or choice you want.
An example is a distributor friend of mine who couldn't sell six packs even if he wanted to years ago , so even now to open a bottle shop which he did a few years back the only caveat was it couldn't be run in the same ( illegal according to state regulations/rules) town ,so he operates one a few towns over.
Now the ruling says he can sell beer now at his dist. to move his product instead of collecting dust and the consumers can purchase without the commitment of buying a case.
He and his wife are quite pleased that they can now compete now just like wineries have done to the PLCB owned stores.
Competition is a good thing, now if we can just get rid of the state stores stronghold.