To many liquor aficionados, living in a what’s called an “alcohol beverage control” state like Oregon, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire versus a privatized state means a bureaucratic stranglehold that limits access and options, but as one reporter shows, in some cases, government control benefits those seeking usual or high-end spirits. And no, he isn’t drunk.
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