This Pennsylvania state store?
Or this grocery store in Texas?
How about this grocery store in Wisconsin?
Perhaps this one in Iowa!
And somehow they get along with no separate entrances, no separate checkouts, and no government employees. This is NORMAL to most people. To be fair, the PLCB does have some liquor stores inside grocery stores (staffed by them, run by them). After over 30 years of trying to get the program accepted, there are fewer than 20 in the whole state, and they call that a success. Grocery stores know that having liquor and wine and beer sales is good for the bottom line. They also know that having a state store inside, that doesn't pay them as much rent as they make selling other things in the same space, isn't.
Maybe ANY local liquor store that would be open in a private system would work. Remember, the PLCB goal is to be better than Utah, not the other 48 states.
The PLCB will always fail the consumer compared to private business.