We've been eagerly awaiting this moment, and now it's official:

Pennsylvania's governor Tom Wolf has just a bill that temporarily authorizes the sale of "cocktails to go" from bars, restaurants, or hotels with a liquor license.

We told you last week that the measure was approved by the state senate, and now Act 21 has been signed into law... effective immediately. Cocktails to go can be ordered TODAY in Pennsylvania

"This new temporary rule creates more business for bars and restaurants when they need it, helps to meet customer demand and supports social distancing," Wolf said in a release from his office. "As we approach the holiday weekend, I encourage all Pennsylvanians to remember to drink responsibly."

Here's what you need to know if you want to order a drink in Pennsylvania:

If you're looking to order a cocktail in Philadelphia, BillyPenn.com is now compiling a list of bars that are offering cocktails to go.