West Lebanon Rutter’s to open Jan. 15 boasting ‘beer cave’ and ‘gaming room’

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West Lebanon Township will be ringing in the New Year with a brand new Rutter’s. In an email to LebTown, a spokesperson for the convenience shop confirmed the 1655 W. Cumberland Street store has set a firm opening date of Jan. 15, 2020.

The opening is somewhat delayed from original plans, as shortly after construction began in May, a spokesperson for the convenience chain told LebTown to anticipate a Fall 2019 opening.

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A peek inside the new Rutter’s located at 1655 W. Cumberland Street. (Justin Snyder)

The short wait may be a minor inconvenience to some. It could also prove to be potentially catastrophic for 2020 resolutions: Standard Rutter’s fare aside, customers over age 21 will be able to take a seat at one of Rutter’s gambling terminals, located in the shop’s previously reported “Video Gaming Room.”

The new West Lebanon Township Rutter’s will also feature a “29 degree beer cave,” a walk-in freezer that also sounds like a survival scenario.

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Here’s what the video gaming room looks like at a Rutter’s store in York.

And a beer cave at the Mountville location.

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Rutter’s secured the liquor license for this store from Millcreek Township last year. According to Marketing Manager Alison Hummel, the new Rutter’s will carry a “vast selection” of domestic, imported, premium, and craft beers, as well as ciders.

Local and national wines will also be stocked in-store, as well as alcohol-infused “adult slushies.”

The convenience store and gas station will be Rutter’s 75th location, the 74th having opened in early 2018 on Route 422 in South Annville Township.

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The new Lebanon County location, announced mere months after opening the first, sits on a 6.4 acre swath of land previously occupied by Agway. Hummel told LebTown the West Cumberland Rutter’s will have 14 gas and diesel pumps and five high-speed truck diesel fueling lanes.

Hummel said the store is looking to hire 50 workers in the coming months. Interested job-seekers should apply online here.

All photos in this article special courtesy of Justin Snyder of Lebanon County Weather.

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