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Publisher's Message BY PHILIP A. CRAIG force this season. People in general spend more around the holidays. Chuck Deibel debunks another myth that will save you money in the long run on page 11.
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appy Holidays Ohio Beverage Monthly readers! I hope this holiday season is happy and prosperous for all of you. I hope that the information found in these pages contributes to your success this month and throughout the year. Responsibility is important year round, but especially so during the holidays. On page 6, Liquor Control Superintendent Bruce Stevenson reminds you that nothing ruins a great celebration like a citation. Remind your staff to watch out for underage drinkers during this celebratory time of year. Another concern during the holiday season is appropriately planned promotions. The laws regarding promotions don’t change when you hang the lights and tinsel. On page 8, Dave Raber reminds you that all state laws and regulations are in full
I HOPE THIS HOLIDAY SEASON IS HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS FOR ALL OF YOU! If you don’t have a Facebook page for your business, you might not want to let 2011 pass you by without one. On page 15, Barry Chandler warns you that if you don’t create a Facebook fan page for yourself, your customers might do it for you. This is a problem because the message gets out of your control. Finally, Chef Quinn Allen shares why knowing your food cost percentage is every bit as important as knowing your alcohol cost percentage. Read his column to learn how to finish out the year profitably and get ready to start 2012 on the right foot. Here’s to another great year of bringing you the best ideas for running business in 2012!
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THE HOLIDAY SEASON IS HERE Social Responsibility Is Important
BY BRUCE D. STEVENSON, SUPERINTENDENT OHIO DIVISION OF LIQUOR CONTROL
he 2011 holiday season is here and it’s time for holiday parties, family gatherings, and other celebrations. Retail permit holders can help make the holiday season fun and safe for everyone by preventing underage drinking. Whether your business is a bar, restaurant, convenient store,
affordable than a fine of up to $1,000, plus the potential loss of permits and other liability. These are great devices and I encourage their use, but employees should be careful not to rely solely on the scanner. Before scanning an ID, compare the photo to the person making the purchase to be sure it’s their ID. It’s also important to be observant of others in the store who may be with the customer. Remember, underage persons can’t be furnished or share in the cost of any alcohol. The human factor is still the most important tool in preventing underage drinking.
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wine shop, grocery store or other, social responsibility is important, especially during this festive time of year. The Division is here to help you promote and practice safe and responsible sales. Your business is on the front lines so your employees must be extra vigilant this time of year. Holiday celebrations can turn tragic when underage people get access to alcohol. Don’t take any chances that might jeopardize your permit. Protect your business and community by thoroughly checking the ID of anyone attempting to buy alcohol that looks too young or you suspect may be under 21. Many businesses are now using electronic ID scanners to help verify age. There are many different types on the market with various features to fit the needs of any business. Prices range from around $300 to $1,000. That’s much more
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YOUR BUSINESS IS ON THE FRONT LINES SO YOUR EMPLOYEES MUST BE EXTRA VIGILANT THIS TIME OF YEAR
Ohio driver’s license, an official state of Ohio identification card, or a military identification card is a simple formula that can prevent illegal sales and protect your business. Education and awareness are the keys to running any successful business. Please visit our website at www.com.state.gov/liqr. for our educational and training booklets, “Safe Alcohol Sales” and “Permit Information and Resource Directory.” Other great resources you can link to include: “We Don’t Serve Teens” and Alcohol Server Knowledge (ASK) Training program. Also follow our Twitter feed at “ohioliquor” for more useful information. If you have questions please feel free to contact me directly at webliqr@ com.state.oh.us or call (614) 6442472.
Using a scanner, understanding how to identify an underage person, and checking for a valid
HOLIDAY LIQUOR PRODUCTS FOR 2011 Specialty gift items are a long-standing holiday tradition in the liquor industry, and this year the Division of Liquor Control has selected 80 specialty spirituous liquor items and gift packs (40,000 cases worth) for Ohioans celebrating the season or looking for holiday gift ideas. There are 57 holiday gift packs available, totaling more than 25,000 cases of different types and brands. These value-added gift packs include distinctive accessories and other collectables such as glasses, snifters, shakers, flasks, and decanters. Also available are 23 different holiday gift-wrapped spirituous liquor items, totaling more than 15,000 cases. Prices range from approximately $12.00 to $140.00. Quantities are limited, so distribution of holiday items to the 458 Contract Liquor Agencies is determined by past sales and special requests for particular products. Please contact the Division at (614) 644-2380 for more information, or visit the website at www.com.state.gov/liqr .
GIVE YOUR ESTABLISHMENT A GIFT Join The OLBA Today!
f you are a permit holder who is not a member of the OLBA, then make a commitment this holiday season that impacts your bottom line! It’s time for you to join the organization that protects your business and gives you the benefits you deserve! Our benefits package is improving all the time. The OLBA has services that can help all permit holders save money, time and headaches throughout each year. Agency stores, carry-outs, restaurants and taverns and bars of all kinds can find a multitude of benefits to belonging to this association. WHAT IS THE OHIO LICENSED BEVERAGE ASSOCIATION? The OLBA is a membership ser vice organization devoted to representing owners and suppliers. The association exists for the protection of its members through a unified effort for the promotion of the liquor industry in Ohio. The OLBA is a professional association specifically targeted to permit holders and provides you with the opportunity to have a voice in your state government! The OLBA is a non-profit trade association that represents the legislative and executive interests of all of those involved in the licensed beverage industry. The OLBA has a full-time lobbying staff and legal counsel on retainer working to protect its member needs. In addition, the OLBA provides a variety of other benefits, including: EXCITING EVENTS The OLBA schedules a variety of productive network ing oppor tunities each year. Annual lobbying days, quarterly meetings, an annual convention and the Buckeye Bar Expo trade show provide members with the chance to interact with one another and others dealing with the industry.
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As a member of the Ohio Licensed Beverage Association, you and your employees can enroll in several health insurance options offered exclusively to
TECHNIQUES OF ALCOHOL MANAGEMENT The OLBA is exclusively involved in maintaining responsible tavern owners and we offer programs, such as TAM, to help keep permit holders aware of the legalities within the industry. TAM, the Techniques of Alcohol Management servertraining program, is a comprehensive program designed to give servers the know-how to be alcohol servers. If you are interested in scheduling a TAM class for your establishment or just attending one, we can help. These classes are not difficult and they are very beneficial to tavern owners. For further information on how you can protect your establishment by giving your servers this invaluable information, please call the OLBA State Office at 1-800-678-5995 or visit www.olba.org. W O R K E R ’ S CO M P E N S AT I O N G R O U P RATING PROGRAM The OLBA offers a very competitive workers compensation group-rating program. Cut your worker’s comp premiums with the Ohio Licensed Beverage Association endorsed Group Rating Plan. Through the OLBA’s plan you can save considerably on the rates you would pay without a group. Group rating permits employers in the same or similar industries to pool their experiences for rating purposes. By banding together, companies can get a better group rating plan than the individual rate of members. Our program can match or beat any other group rating program out there! Call CompManagement at 1-800-825-6755, option 1 to enroll. HEALTH INSURANCE
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OLBA members. For more information or questions on the coverage plans please call Cindy Garner at 614-921-9100. GAS BILL SAVINGS As a member of the OLBA, you and your employees can enroll in a program that offers a competitive and consistent gas price for your home or business. The Ohio Licensed Beverage Association has partnered with Consumer Choice Marketing in order to offer you better energy service with a lower energy cost. Signing up is easy, call our office for more information, 800-678-5995. ABL MEMBERSHIP By becoming a member of the Ohio Licensed Beverage Association, you also become a member of American Beverage Licensees. This group is the strongest alliance for permit holders ever! Please visit www.ablusa.org for more information. If you have any questions about membership or what the OLBA can do for you, please give our office a call at 800678-5995.
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HOLIDAY SEASON REMINDER Appropriately Plan Your Promotions BY DAVE RABER
his Holiday Season, appropriately plan your seasonal promotions, as all state laws and regulations will remain in full force and effect throughout the season. Below are a few laws to keep in mind. No advertising shall condone or encourage the excessive
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consumption of alcohol or portray a person in an intoxicated state. No permit holder shall represent, portray, or make any reference to Santa Claus or children. Always remember, a retail permit holder shall not participate in any advertisement sponsored by an alcohol beverage manufacturer or wholesale distributor unless specifically authorized by law. Gift cards and certificates are permitted for sale and may be redeemed for food and alcoholic beverages. However, the use of gift cards for alcoholic beverages is subject to strict regulation. The law requires that when gift cards or certificates are used onpremises in exchange for food and alcohol beverages, the value of the alcoholic beverages cannot exceed more than 30% of the total value of the gift card or certificate. This obviously means that food must also be purchased with a gift card or certificate. With regard to off-premises use, the sale of gift certificates for the purchase of beer, wine, or mixed
beverages is permitted. A permit holder may limit the use of any gift certificate by printing on its face that the gift certificate may not be used for the purchase of alcoholic beverages
APPROPRIATELY PLAN YOUR SEASONAL PROMOTIONS AS ALL STATE LAWS AND REGULATIONS WILL REMAIN IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT THROUGHOUT THE SEASON All Happy Hour restrictions also remain in force. No permit shall give away any alcoholic beverages in connection with the permit holder’s business. All prices must return to the regularly charged price as listed on the 30-day price schedule after 9:00PM. A permit holder may only sell on its permit premises alcohol that was purchased from an authorized source. Be diligent in not allowing patrons to bring their own “Holiday Beverage” on premises to consume. Ohio law allows a manufacturer to package alcoholic beverages with a non-alcoholic item without increasing the price of the alcoholic beverage. So retailers may sell such holiday gift packages again for this year’s Holiday Season as they are in compliance with Ohio’s alcoholic beverage regulations. Being responsible and cognizant of the laws will help you and your patrons enjoy the holiday season.
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THE MOST COMMON VIOLATIONS The Benefit of Having All the Information at Your Fingertips
BY JACOB EVANS
very month, I take several minutes disregard the age and sell to someone “homemade” recipe, simply writing it on a to review the violations issued by 18, or even 17. Secondly, past violation piece of notebook paper is sufficient. the Department of Public Safety history is important. If this is your first Finally, a violation that I see often that (generally) and the penalties issued penalty in the 15 years of having the has ensnared many permit holders by the Liquor Control Commission. I liquor permit, the Commission generally is the selling, furnishing or allowing know many of you read the same list understands a mistake can happen. But, if consumption after hours allowed under that is compiled in the back of the Ohio this is your second, third or more penalty the permit. Granted I do not see the Beverage Monthly. in the last couple of years, this appears details on many of these cases, I am After reviewing them for several months, to be more of an issue of the general certain they are all very similar: the please find following some thoughts from compliance with liquor laws in general. night comes to an end, and the staff, someone not in the business of running Another recent violation that caught after clearing out the establishment and a bar or other permit premises. Also, I my eye was the failure to properly label closing up for the night has a “nightcap” review these decisions in my office at my a dispenser of a pre-mixed alcoholic to wind down before heading home. desk; I have the immediate opportunity beverage that is mixed by the retailer Unfortunately, this activity can lead to pull up the list of permit holders on- and not the manufacturer. Rule 47 is in to many potential violations, ranging line and look at violation history. place to ensure that a customer is in fact from the aforementioned “serving after At first glance, there appears to be served the product they expect… order hours” to “hindering/obstructing and a great deal of disparity in terms of a Grey Goose and Tonic, it should have investigation/inspection.” The hindering penalties that permit holders are facing Grey Goose Vodka, not another brand. In charge may occur from nothing more for the same violation: namely, sale of furthering that concept and keeping up than the establishment is closed, doors beer or intoxicating liquor to someone with the times, Rule 47 requires a permit are locked and enforcement cannot enter under the age of 21. However, there holder to put the “recipe” for a drink on the establishment. are two factors that appear to greatly the side of the dispenser of the preShould you see other violations that influence the penalty. First, is the age of mixed alcoholic beverage that is mixed you have questions about or are curious 15476 Gran Gala STATE 1-2 Pg Ad.MECH_Layout 10/17/11 1 the person under 21. It2012 is one thing to by the 1retailer. If 9:17 you AM havePage a margarita about liquor laws in the State of Ohio, do math wrong and be off by a year and machine, you need to tape the recipe to please do not hesitate to contact the sell to a 20 year old; it is quite another to the side of the dispenser. Even if this is a OLBA or our Counsel.
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Don't Use Purchases To Calculate Pour Cost Percentages! BY CHUCK DEIBEL
elcome back to The Last Call. This month we are revealing another “myth” in the bar management business which is using your purchases to calculate your pour cost percentage. Often Bar operators will calculate what their costs are or should be by dividing their purchases by their sales. This is a flawed method. I provide actual numbers for purchases, sales and costs used by three bars for three weeks to show how this doesn’t provide accurate information. As you might recall the calculation for Actual and Ideal cost percentages is as follows: Actual Pour Cost percentage (APC) is arrived at by dividing the cost of the inventory used by the sales. The cost of the inventory used is arrived at by adding the purchases to the previous inventory and then subtracting the ending inventory from that sum. So it’s Beginning Inventory, plus purchases, then subtract the ending inventory. Ideal Pour Cost percentage (IPC) is arrived at by dividing the cost of the inventory sold by the sales. The cost of the inventory sold is arrived at by adding the cost of the inventory sold, plus the cost of any comps or spills. There is no physical counting here. You have to know the cost of each menu item. Purchased Pour Cost percentage (PPC) is arrived at by dividing the cost of the purchases by the sales. The cost of the purchases used can be either for the week of the sales or for the week after the week of the sales; since some people would believe this week’s purchases are being done to replace the inventory used from the prior week as they “order to par”. (NWPPC) If the Purchased Pour Cost percentage method is done for an entire calendar month, the results become even more skewed as a large purchase could occur on the last day of the month, which would result in it being expensed. Or a large part of the on hand inventory could be used up, which would generate more sales, without a corresponding large purchase to replace it in the same time period. Here are the actual results for three different bars for three weeks in a row. Costs / Sales = Percentage Week 1
Bar A 3504/15001 = 23.4% Bar B 6672/24699 = 27.0% Bar C 3062/12009 = 25.5%
Bar A 3518/15001 = 23.5% Bar B 7133/24699 = 28.9% Bar C 3234/12009 = 26.9%
Bar A 3481/15001 = 23.2% Bar B 8832/24699 = 35.7% Bar C 3106/12009 = 25.9%
NWPPC Bar A 1954/15001 = 13.0% Bar B 12954/24699 = 52.4% Bar C 2867/12009 = 23.9% Week 2 Chuck Deibel
Bar A 2587/11014 = 23.5% Bar B 12095/45162 = 26.8% Bar C 2795/10982 = 25.4%
Bar A 2703/11014 = 24.5% Bar B 12782/45162 = 28.3% Bar C 3011/10982 = 27.4%
Bar A 1954/11014 = 17.7% Bar B 12953/45162 = 28.7% Bar C 2867/10982 = 26.1%
NWPPC Bar A 3276/11014 = 29.7% Bar B 5965/45162 = 13.2% Bar C 2321/10982 = 28.1% Week 3 IPC
Bar A 3442/14737 = 23.4% Bar B 7231/25601 = 28.2% Bar C 2811/11020 = 25.5%
Bar A 3450/14737 = 23.4% Bar B 7569/25601 = 29.6% Bar C 2930/11020 = 26.6%
Bar A 3276/14737 = 22.2% Bar B 5965/25601 = 23.3% Bar C 3086/11020 = 28.0%
As you can see, none of the numbers are really the same, so using or replacing the use of the actual or ideal cost percentage with the Purchased cost percentage or the Next Weeks Purchased Cost percentage is and will be misleading; if you are trying to gauge how profitable your operations are being managed. There is simply no reasonable replacement for calculating both your actual percentage as accurately as possible and comparing that to the calculation of the ideal percentage
for the same time period, in your effort to determine your efficiency in profitability. The ratio of that calculation is an efficiency rating referred to as the Bevinco Rating. The closer the gap between those two or the higher the efficiency ratio, the better. Bar A Is achieving at or above a 99% Bevinco rating as the ideal and actual percentages are about the same. By making a judgment based solely on the Purchased Pour Cost Percentage, you will likely not be reacting when you should be reacting or reacting when you shouldn’t be reacting with the staff and management team. As always, please feel free to contact us with questions or comments at Deibel@ bevinco.com. Thanks for your time this month.
When you did your inventory last week, how many shots of Crown Royal were you missing? How many pints of draft beer were you missing? If you can’t answer those questions you should give us a call at 800-891-1012 or go to www.bevinco.com Our clients do know how much.
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s your establishment trying to find a way to reduce costs? Save money now by being reviewed for the Ohio Licensed Beverage Association workers’ compensation group rating discount p r o g r a m . Wo r k e r s ’ c o m p e n s a t i o n premiums can be costly in today ’s economy and group rating is still one of the BEST options available to reduce that expense upfront. If you explored our plan in the past, it’s time to take a second look. You owe it to yourself to explore the options and savings a membership entitles you to receive. If you participate in another group rating program, you may not be saving as much as possible and you may be paying extra dues to belong to another group. If you are reviewing savings quotes from other group administrators, please make sure that you are comparing apples to apples. Our group administrator, CompManagement, Inc. takes great pride in the accuracy and consistency of our savings forecast, while others may tend to promote inflated savings figures in
SAVE MONEY NOW BY BEING REVIEWED FOR THE OHIO LICENSED BEVERAGE ASSOCIATION WORKERS’ COMPENSATION GROUP RATING DISCOUNT PROGRAM. WORKERS’ COMPENSATION PREMIUMS CAN BE COSTLY IN TODAY’S ECONOMY AND GROUP RATING IS STILL ONE OF THE BEST OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO REDUCE THAT EXPENSE UPFRONT.
the process of reviewing employers for our group discount program for the 2012 rate year. To receive a free, no obligation savings quote contact CompManagement’s Customer Support Unit at (800) 825-6755, option 3 to request an analysis by phone. As a service to our members, CompManagement will not only evaluate your organization for participation in group rating, but all alternative rating programs that would be beneficial to your organization’s bottom line. We urge you to take advantage of this tremendous member benefit!
Therefore, it is critical that you align yourself with a program that has a group administrator that is able to meet all of your current, as well as future needs. Please review other quotes thoroughly to ensure that you are comparing similar discounts and service offerings. CompManagement is currently in
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WHAT WAL-MART CAN TEACH US ABOUT SOCIAL MEDIA Make Sure You Follow The Lead! BY BARRY CHANDLER
ecently Wal-Mar t announced a partnership with Facebook in which it would create individual pages on the social networking site for each of its 3,500+ locations nationwide. The
local pages would be connected with the corporate store, but some information – things like specials and in-store events – would be directed through the individual pages. As a Wal-Mart executive pointed out, retail is “fundamentally local business.” While we’re aware nobody out there operates a company the size of WalMart (unless Tim Cook is reading the blog), understanding why this move was made is relevant to all businesses owners. Even if you aren’t a big fan of what Wal-Mart represents, there are nice parallels to be made here for how your bar/restaurant should handle its social media, particularly if you have more than one location. Whether you know it (or like it), customers aren’t going to wait for you to start a
Facebook page. In fact there’s probably a page out there right now devoted to your business. We’ve worked with several owners who have been stunned to find a Facebook fan page about their establishment already in op eration, indep endently run by customers. That is a big problem. We talk quite a bit here at Interactive Hospitality about the conversation that is social media. While it’s nice that you have customers who feel strongly enough to organize in connection with your bar, the page is not yours. Social media is a conversation and you aren’t able to moderate the discussion.
In the case of a business with multiple locations, it simply isn’t good enough to run your social media operations through a central page. If you have several bars across town, the concerns of patrons at one spot won’t be identical to those at other locations. You need the conversation to be moderated by someone who knows what
EVEN IF YOU AREN’T A BIG FAN OF WHAT WALMART REPRESENTS, THERE ARE NICE PARALLELS TO BE MADE HERE FOR HOW YOUR BAR/ RESTAURANT SHOULD HANDLE ITS SOCIAL MEDIA, PARTICULARLY IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN ONE LOCATION
is happening on the local level. People use Facebook and Twitter as a means of personal dialogue – they aren’t going to respond as well to an impersonal voice that isn’t in-tune with what happened last Saturday night. Even the mega- corporations are beginning to understand how personal social media has to be in order to succeed. Make sure you follow the lead.
Equally as important, you don’t have control over the page. You can’t customize tabs or otherwise make sure the page is an accurate representation of your establishment. You also aren’t able take advantage of this group of customers by passing along specials, events or other information they’re likely to make use of.
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GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR FOOD COST Pay Attention To Your Food Cost Percentage
ood Cost is the percentage that rules the life of any chef no matter what part of the industry he or she is in. Food Cost Percentage is the total amount you spend on food divided by your net sale, the lower the better. This number rules the kitchen because
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if it is low and kept low, you are most likely making money, if your food cost percentage is too high, you are most likely looking for a new job. There are several things that affect your food cost, such as spoilage, menu pricing, volume of customers, or even popularity of any given item on your menu. But when it comes down to it, what makes food great is the amount of labor you put into its preparation. You don’t need to sell lobster wrapped in filet mignon all inside of foie gras priced at one 401k per serving, just to have something delicious on your menu. Instead, you need to concentrate on what you can do to have the food prepared in a manner that will blow
your customers socks off, while coming to a compromise that keeps money in their pocket, while still enlarging yours. When it comes down to it, the best burger in the world is not going to taste better than center cut filet, that’s just how it is. And the food cost of that burger is going to be half that of the steak just due to raw materials.
THERE ARE SEVERAL THINGS THAT AFFECT YOUR FOOD COST, SUCH AS SPOILAGE, MENU PRICING, VOLUME OF CUSTOMERS, OR EVEN POPULARITY OF ANY GIVEN ITEM So what can you do? Something that has been trending through recent years is themed burgers. This is a perfect example of stretching your dollar and getting the most out of your food cost. If a place only offers a hamburger and a cheeseburger they will sell at a typical rate, but those basic options don’t always apply to a wide range of customers. However, if you put two cents worth of bleu cheese and one cent of grilled onion on that burger, you now have a new exciting menu item that takes the same amount of prep time and labor as a cheeseburger, but now it’s a bleu burger. Since you already have the ground beef, cheese, and onion on hand, all you are doing is increasing sales of your ground beef.
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When your sales rate gets so high that you can barely keep ground beef in the kitchen, it is easier to increase the price since the demand is so high. This is a quick way to lower your food cost for just little added effort. Other than changing the variables of a finished product, you can also change the makeup to increase the quality. For the sake of staying in the same frame of mind, we will use burgers again. If you have a kitchen at your disposal, go grill a piece of ground beef as is. Tastes pretty vanilla. And by that I mean normal, not exciting, what you expected, run of the mill. Now just add a pinch of salt, pepper, onion powder, and garlic powder. You now will be wondering how the best ground beef in the world ended up in your kitchen. And the amazement doesn’t stop there, the cost of all that was around 1 to 2 cents per burger. These are just simple seasonings, the possibilities are endless. Add onion, green pepper, garlic, shallots, anything you can think of! This is how great food can be made at little to no cost. If you find yourself throwing food away on a weekly basis, you need to find good ways to incorporate these things into other areas of your menu. Less waste = lower Food Cost. Adding labor to food recipes increases the taste as much as adding seasonings. Marinated chicken will win 100% of the time over regular… boring…chicken. If you have any specific examples in which you need helpful suggestions on how to incorporate items into your menu so that you are not incorporating them into your trash can, I am all ears.
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A SPARKLING TRIO With New Year’s Eve Coming Into View, It’s Time to Focus on Prosecco, Champagne and Cava
t happens every year. Despite heroic efforts by sparkling wine marketers to promote their bubbly wares as year ‘round beverages, it is the jingle of sleigh bells that get Americans to pay attention, and far be it from the industry to ignore this habitual seasonal demand. Indeed, the holidays bring out the bubblies in force—at various price points from multiple regions of origin. This year we take a close-up look at three sparkling staples: Champagne, Cava and Prosecco. Each has secured a foothold; each offers distinctive appeals for distinct customers.
ITALIAN BAUBLES Prosecco’s meteoric popularity in America brings opportunity, confusion BY ROBERT HAYNES-PETERSON
ifteen years ago, if you’d ordered Prosecco at a top-tier restaurant, there was a good chance you’d be met with derision from the sommelier or a blank stare from the waitstaff. What was once a regional treat “discovered” by visitors to Italy has witnessed a significant popularity surge in the U.S.
“In 2009, we saw our business grow 44 percent,” says Enore Ceola, managing director at Mionetta USA, an early pioneer in bringing Prosecco into the country. “This year we’re growing about 33 percent.” For fiscal 2011, Ceola says, that means about 300,000 cases sold here. Ceola’s estimates reflect the category overall, which reported a 44% increase in 2010 sales over 2009, based on Nielsen data. Information from the Italian DOCG region of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene indicates that U.S. exports of its spumante (sparkling) Prosecco alone experienced an average increase of 66.8% each year from 2003 through 2010, with exports up 82% from 2009 to 2010. “It’s a significant part of everyone’s sparkling wine business, who is actually in the wine business,” asserts Kevin Roche of New Jersey-based WineMasters. Real Prosecco comes from a delineated zone in the northeastern corner of Italy, in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. Two DOCGs—Conegliano-Valdobbiadene and Colli Asolani—were designated in 2009, while nine provinces that had been classified at the IGT level were upgraded to DOC status. Anything made outside these regions is not supposed to be called Prosecco. Because Italy also officially changed the name of the Prosecco grape to “Glera” in 2009, non-DOC wines shouldn’t have the term “Prosecco” anywhere on the bottle. Within the DOCGs,
Prosecco must be made from at least 85% Glera, but can also include small amounts of the regional varieties Verdiso, Perera and Bianchetta. For sparklers, the international varieties Pinot and Chardonnay can be used in small percentages. All this legal mumbo-jumbo is intended to enforce stringent production methods (defined geographic area, lower yields) and protect the status of the region as the original producer of Prosecco. Un-
Women and Millennials have embraced Prosecco’s light, fruit-driven flavor profile that can lean either toward apple or citrus
like Champagne or Cava, Prosecco can be created in a variety of styles: Still, frizzante (lightly sparkling) and spumante, (full sparkling wine), with frizzante being by far the most popular in the States. Sparkling Proseccos—made by the Charmat method (secondary fermentation takes place in glass or steel tanks)—range from Brut (dry) to Dry (ironically containing the most residual sugar). In the United States, what might be most intriguing is the apparently organic evolution of the wine’s popularity: No single factor seems to have pushed Prosecco to the fore the way, say, Cosmopolitan cocktails received a boost from Sex and the City and Pinot Noir from Sideways. “Usually it seems we see a spike in requests after a musician mentions something, or it gets great press,” says John Wood, restaurant and wine manager at Shore Lodge in McCall, Idaho. “Prosecco seems to be a legitimate trend all on its own.”
Versatility and Value Certainly Prosecco’s lower price point (about $10 to $19 SRP), compared with $30 and up for Champagne, makes it attractive in the current economy. “It’s not cheap, it’s well priced,” insists Leonardo LoCascio of Winebow, which represents Zardetto, a brand that’s been in the U.S. since the early 1980s. Timing is also important, according to Roche: “After 9/11, there was a something of a revolt around French products, and Prosecco benefitted greatly from that.” The burgeoning Cocktail Culture of the past few years can take some credit, according to Ceola: “Prosecco is very ver-
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Aiming to solidify (and protect) recent market success, the DOCG ConeglianoValdobbiadene Prosecco Council is trying to promote awareness of legal grape and designation standards for Prosecco. Among those: calling the grapes in the wine Glera, rather than simply Prosecco.
Brand-new products from several large players are proof of the Prosecco category’s vitality HINTS AND TIPS FOR SELLING PROSECCO The most popular Prosecco category in the U.S. is frizzante or semi-sparkling, trending on the dry side. That positions the product equally as an alternative to other sparkling wines or to still whites. Unlike Champagne, Prosecco must be drunk young. According to information from ConeglianoValdobbiadene, “This wine gives its best the year after harvest, and maintains its profile for at least a year after bottling.” For DOCG Proseccos, a code on the label identifies when and where it was bottled (since most are nonvintage). Consider it as a food pairing wine. “The big difference in Italy is that Prosecco’s actually considered a food wine,” says WineMaster’s Roche. Sushi, firm white fish and Italian dishes are givens, but it works surprisingly well with grilled and barbecued meats.
satile in cocktails. The fruit-flavored profile contributes more to the cocktail than simply bubbles, and pairs well with fresh fruits and purées.” Perhaps the primary reason for its success is Prosecco’s ability to stand on its own as a distinctive wine. Women and Millennials, in particular, have embraced Prosecco’s light, fruit-driven flavor profile that can lean either toward apple or citrus. “Everyone’s looking for more fruit-foward wines right now, and it fits in nicely with that,” says WineMasters partner Jim Treanor. In a May 2011 GQ.com article, food writer Alan Richman asserts “the Italians, because they’re Italian, have made Prosecco more complicated than it need be.” He may be right: According to Roche, “Renaming the grape Glera absolutely throws a monkey wrench in things.” As it stands now, he notes, many Americans “don’t
know whether Prosecco is a town, a region or a grape.” Is all the production flexibility in a wine with very little brand identity among American consumers a roadblock or an opportunity for the category? The recent entry of several large players—Ruffino, Santa Margherita, Freixenet (Voveti) and Martini & Rossi—into the category suggests opportunity. “I think the consumer is realizing the versatility of Prosecco,” says Anthony Pujala of Martini & Rossi, best known for its Asti Spumanti, but which has seen rapid success with its Prosecco label. “For us, that gives us an opportunity to go into the next segment of Prosecco, which is pairing it with meals.” Another sign of continued growth is the emergence of more upscale versions. “We’re in a great position, because we have a portfolio with three levels of Prosecco,” says Mionetto’s Ceola. “We just introduced an ultra-premium Prosecco, and you see there are restaurants looking for something better; They’re offering a Prosecco for $8 to $10 a glass, and are now looking for one they can sell at the $12 to $14 level.” And those turned-up noses you used to encounter when ordering Prosecco? Pretty much gone. Even Aldo Sohm, sommelier at Manhattan’s Parisianthemed, recently renovated Le Bernardin publicly professes his love for the modest Italian bubbly. ■
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BUBBLY REBOUND Champagne aims to reclaim sales potency to match its prestige BY ROGER C. BOHMRICH MW
The low volume of imports in 2008’09 contrasts dramatically with an average of nearly 20 million bottles for the preceding nine years. Prominent New York retailers are cautiously optimistic in their expectations for sales during the critical 2011 holiday season. The poor performance of the U.S. market in 2008-’09 echoed that of Champagne exports generally, which sagged in this two-year period. However, the drop in the U.S was more dramatic, as was the surge in 2010, when shipments to the U.S. rebounded by 35% to 16.9 million bottles. Growth continues in 2011, with a further increase of 17.5% through May. If this trend holds, the U.S. may again reach the 20-million bottle mark by year end. The quick recovery is having unexpected consequences: Some houses are experiencing stock shortages. Insufficient supply could threaten the robust growth trend in 2012 and beyond. New York-based retailers express mixed though largely positive expectations about holiday sales. Evelyn Wing of 67 Wine & Spirits reports that demand for Champagne is “better than ever” and foresees a strong finish to the year. JR Battipaglia of Garnet Wines & Liquors says the market is “OK, but not great,” and Peter Morrell of Morrell Wine indicates that it has “recovered from the
depths, but is not back to what it was.” They both anticipate that 2011 will edge ahead of last year. Jeremy Noye of Zachys recalls the robust 2010 holiday buying and indicates that this year could be “flat or slightly behind.” Shelf prices, they agree, will generally remain where they have been, despite some increases from suppliers, and $29.99 is likely to be the lowest retail price point for a well-known non-vintage brut.
Slicing the Champagne Pie The U.S. Champagne market is still dominated by a handful of brand names despite the proliferation of “grower” Champagnes in recent years. The share of these récoltant-manipulant offerings is around 3% of the total, with the major houses accounting for 93% and cooperatives for the balance. At Garnet, the estate-grown bottlings are a “minute” portion of overall Champagne activity, and Morrell attests that they are hand-sell products that “appeal to core wine drinkers.” The sales of small-house and grower Champagnes account for a much larger share at Zachys, according to Noye, who singles out highly-regarded names such as Pierre Peters and Vilmart. Interestingly, declared vintage Champagnes have declined steadily from about 18% to 10% of total ship-
ments to the U.S. over the last 15 years. Rosé, on the other hand, has been on the rise and now accounts for one out of ten bottles of Champagne. Wing at 67 Wine confirms this trend, reporting that rosé is “moving fast” and appeals to both sexes. Noye says that rosé has “leveled off” to a steady share, although Zachys anticipates increased interest in rosé and all vintage-dated Champagne due to the highly-touted 2002 vintage. The other merchants see Champagne purchases driven mainly by brand reputation rather than vintage. Image is certainly a potent force shaping consumer attitudes in all segments, especially the high end. Dom Pérignon, virtually unrivaled in terms of prestige, “is still very strong,” says Morrell, a consensus view. Roederer, Cristal, Krug, Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame and Bollinger Grande Année are also mentioned. It might seem counterintuitive given the glamour of these names, but the average annual sales of luxury cuvées in the U.S. were higher in the 1990s, and the share of this segment has been cut nearly in half to about 7%. Whatever their reason for buying Champagne—gift giving, celebration or discovery—most consumers are satisfied with a standard NV at a fraction of the price of a luxury bottling.
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he U.S. Champagne market, like the famed beverage’s signature bubbles, is on a upward trajectory. This, no doubt, is welcome imagery for the Champenois after the region’s namesake bubbly plummeted in 2009 to its lowest level since the mid 1990s. Total shipments dropped to a mere 12.6 million bottles in 2009, a decline of 26.7% after falling by 20.8% in 2008 in the doldrums of the worldwide financial crisis.
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SPANISH BUBBLES BOOM Known for value, Cava promotes its premium side BY KRISTEN BIELER
Riper Grapes Bring Lower Dosage Another development of note is the reduction in dosage. Earlier harvests and riper grapes have reduced the sugar addition needed to produce well-balanced Champagne. Dosage requirements for Brut have been lowered to a maximum of 12 grams per liter (g/l) from 15 and to 12-17 g/l for Extra Dry. Higher maturity indices have also engendered cuvées with little or no dosage labeled Extra Brut and and Brut Nature or Zero. Morrell is “not a fan” of these styles, which Battipaglia claims are “for aficionados.” Some palates may find the less successful ones meager and severe. Nonetheless, there are excellent examples from Pol Roger, Tarlant, Pierre Gimonnet and René Geoffroy that have garnered critical acclaim. Even Dom Pérignon and Cristal could be considered low-dosage cuvées. The niche is likely to grow when, as expected, a major house such as Roederer enter the bone-dry competition. How consumers respond to this phenomenon will make for an interesting study in the coming years. ■ Roger C. Bohmrich MW is a consultant and educator who has enjoyed a lengthy career as a wine importer and retailer. He is one of America’s first Masters of Wine.
Compared with Champagne’s ancient origins, Cava is a relative newcomer. Codorníu founder Josep Raventós created the process in the 1870s in the Penedès region after spending time in Champagne learning the traditional method. This is still what makes Cava stand out amongst all other inexpensive sparkling wines: By law, Cavas must be produced in the far more expensive and time-consuming traditional method—or méthode Champenoise— whereby the secondary fermentation takes place in the bottle. Which is not to say Cava tastes like Champagne. A big reason is the grapes. Though some Pinot Noir and Chardonnay is now planted, Catalan producers primarily use the indigenous Spanish varieties native to the Catalonia region; Macabeo, Xarel-lo and Parellada impart pronounced fresh green apple and mineral flavors, with less sharp acidity. It actually wasn’t until the 1980s, however, that Cava became a protected name and labeling became more strictly defined (basic Cavas must be aged for 9 months, Reserva Cavas aged 15 months and Gran Reservas 30 months).
A Boost from the Economy Cava has morphed into an 18 million case category and one of the Spanish wine industry’s most important calling cards internationally (only 7 million of those cases are consumed domestically). Longtime category leader Freixenet USA owns two of the top three brands in the U.S.—Freixenet and Segura Viudas—and is responsible for most of the 1.3 million cases of Cava that Americans now consume annually. The company’s largest brand, Cordon Negro in the widely recognized satin black bottle, sells 550,000 cases a year in the U.S.— but that represents less than 10% of its volume production. According to Freixenet USA President Tom Burnet, the category’s “very nice” growth over the last three years has coincided with the economic downturn, but he is uncertain how closely the two trends are linked. Vince Friend, president of CIV USA, which imports Cristalino, the number-two Cava brand in the U.S. and the fastest-growing, believes the economy has been an undeniable boon for the category
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While shipments of vintage Champagnes to the U.S. have declined steadily over the last 15 years, rosés have been on the rise, now representing one out of ten bottles sold here
hile most eyes have been on Prosecco and Champagne sales, charting the dramatic ups and downs over the last five years, Cava has been quietly chugging along at a steady climb. In 2010, Cava sales officially surpassed Champagne in the U.S., and the Spanish sparkler shows no sign of slowing down.
Positioning Cava as an accessible everyday wine is a goal for producers.
and predicts that Cava will become a 2 million case brand in the U.S. within the next three years. Melanie Pyne, Spanish Brand Director for Aveníu Brands, importer of Anna de Codorníu, agrees: “Outside of the high-end French Champagnes and lowerend super-value brands, sparkling wine has seen fantastic growth, specifically Spanish sparkling wines. According to Nielsen, the last 52 weeks, Spanish sparkling wine in the $11-$15 price segment (where our brand is positioned) has grown 34% in volume and 36% in price with no discounting required.”
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Value Reputation—a Blessing and a Curse “I can’t think of any other category that delivers on its price-quality ratio as much as Cava does,” says Burnet. “The good news is that consumers view the category as offering superb taste for the price.” The bad news? “There is an expectation in consumers’ minds that Cava remain inexpensive.” (Freixenet hit the U.S. market in the 1980s around $5 or $6 a bottle, and it’s risen with inflation to approach $10 today.) Cava sales are indeed squeezed into a narrow price window—between about $6 and $10 “is where the category lives,” Burnet believes. Freixenet does have higherpriced bottlings—Segura Viudas’s top offering, the Reserva Heredad, is around $20 and the company’s recently launched Elyssia brand is positioned in the midteens—but volumes are very small. Cava at higher price points still delivers great value, believes Pyne. Codorníu launched its Anna de Codorníu brand— around $15 a bottle—in the U.S. two
Overcoming stereotypes as value-driven and highly seasonal remains a challenge for Cava
years ago and it’s been showing strong sales ever since. “In lieu of on-premise occasions, consumers are trading up to higherpriced segments—a sweet spot for Anna de Codorníu,” says Pyne. (Ironically, although Codorníu is credited with inventing Cava, it is one of the least traditional when it comes to grape varieties today; the winery was the first to include Chardonnay in the blend and in 2004, it released the first ever 100% Pinot Noir Rosé Cava.)
Cava as Fine Wine? There are a small but growing number of boutique producers entering the category. One of the most celebrated
is Raventós i Blanc, founded by descendents of Codorníu creator Josep Raventós. Big believers in terroir and local grape varieties, Raventós has been producing since 1986 from estate-owned land divided into 46 individual plots with unique soil types. The estate is in the process of organic certification. “Cava is becoming a more known and high-quality alternative to Champagne, although most people still think of Cava as a value-only proposition,” says Francesc Escala, export director for Raventós i Blanc. “When it comes to spending over $12, sales are very limited to the more sophisticated markets where distributors really understand the brands and know how to position them—New York, Chicago and San Francisco.” Another challenge for Cava: Sparkling wines are still highly seasonal products and people don’t buy them every week. “Anything with bubbles has December has written all over it,” says Burnet. “Half of our annual depletions ship out in the last three months of the year. If you don’t have a good OND, it was not a good year,” he concludes. Several of the larger producers have launched direct-to-consumer promotions that position Cava as an accessible, everyday wine for a younger demographic. For example, Freixenet USA developed a Freixenet Tastings & Tapas Truck to promote Cava’s versatility. “The imagery of tapas and home entertaining are very consistent with the Spanish lifestyle,” describes Burnet. “We are confident it’s a lifestyle that is very appealing and timely for the American consumer right now.” ■
AS CONSUMERS AGAIN EMBRACE PREMIUMS, ANSWERS THE CALL WITH A NEW WAVE OF LUXURY GOODS
BY KRISTEN BIELER
he numbers tell the story. Diageo’s North American organic sales were up 3% for their fiscal 2011, however, brands like Buchanan’s and Cîroc were up 41% and 128% respectively. It’s safe to say that luxury—at least in some way—is back. With consumers ready and willing to trade up again, Diageo has ramped up attention to the premium and super premium arenas, says Olivia McNeal, the company’s Vice President of Technical Innovation. “Diageo continues to be very focused on delivering premium brands to consumers,” she explains, adding
that while the economy is far from perfect, “people are still willing to pay a premium for unique drinking experiences.” “Premiumization is alive and kicking and occurring at all levels of price positioning,” says Andrea Segara, Global Brand Director, Tequila Don Julio. “The super-premium segment is the fastest growing segment in the North American market.” Consumers are again moving up the price ladders, Segara observes, but adds that it can be very “category specific.” Which is why identifying the growth areas is the critical first-step for Diageo’s innovation strategy, says McNeal: “We want to find pockets of consumer opportunity and then develop products that are truly special.” Scotch is an example of one of these growth categories, and Johnnie Walker continues to take
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advantage of consumer appetite for new expressions, most recently with Johnnie Walker Double Black. Don Julio is another example. The brand recently rolled out the Don Julio 70, the industry’s first and only clear añejo tequila. “It celebrates the history of this iconic brand and is something completely unique with an entirely different taste profile,” says McNeal.
Flavors in general are a huge growth driver, and an area where industry-wide innovation will be coming from in future years. “The flavor world is booming and there is no limit to the possibilities, particularly in the premium category,” says McNeal. “Our Cîroc Peach posted impressive numbers right out of the gate. Flavors are going to be with us for a very long time.”
Blender Jim Beveridge set out to “create a blend that remained true to the Johnnie Walker style of whisky, but was clearly different.” To do so, he started with Johnnie Walker Black Label liquid and “explored the characteristics that define this beloved blend and thought how can we offer a new perspective on it?” he explains. Beveridge (who has access to the world’s most diverse stocks of aged whisky) combined rich, peaty single malts with whiskies matured in deeply
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charred oak barrels. “The result is similar
“We want to identify exactly who our consumer is for each innovation we bring to market, and figure out exactly how to speak to them,” says McNeal. Take Qream, an ultrapremium liqueur launched over the summer. Created in collaboration with musician Pharrell Williams, Qream—available in strawberry and peach flavors—is aimed at a very specific market. “We had the female consumer in mind from the moment we began creating this product,” says McNeal. “The beautiful bottle with French detail is very similar to a fragrance bottle; it possesses all the quality cues that encourage people to pay more.”
When it comes to consumer behavior, McNeal is optimistic: “We see people returning to the on-premise and returning to the clubs, and premium spirits brands represent an affordable celebration.” Is there a price ceiling? Not necessarily, she believes; it depends entirely on the target consumer and the individual product (consider Jose Cuervo’s latest $2,250 offering). “We see many opportunities across the price spectrum.” Even in this economy, spirits are still viewed as affordable luxuries and consumers are willing to trade up depending on the brand, the experience and the occasion.
to Black Label but with slightly smokier flavors, which comes from the West Coast whiskies,” he describes. “I had to adjust the different proportions of casks to get the right balance between smokiness and sweetness. It’s a good entry into Islay whiskies because the smoke is more moderate, but it’s still distinctive.” Double Black first appeared in Duty Free shops globally, and after countless inquiries from consumers, it debuted in October. But it won’t be here for long: Its limited supply is expected to run out by the end of the holiday season. (SRP: $40)
Riding the Flavor Wave: Cîroc Peach
volume and value growth,” says Mc-
There are hot brands, and then there
Neal, adding that the flavors have been
are brands “on fire,” which fall into a
an important factor in gaining share for
growth category of their own. Cîroc—
the overall brand and base brand as
with a triple-digit increase in volume
well. (Flavored vodka accounts for 26%
over the prior year—falls securely in
of vodka sales in the on-premise and
the latter. On the heels of the success-
in the ultra-premium category, it is con-
ful Cîroc Red Berry and Cîroc Coconut
tributing 59% growth to the category,
flavors comes the newest addition:
according to NABCA.) Diageo’s vodka
Cîroc Peach. “Cîroc is delivering both
portfolio grew by 15%, led by Cîroc.
“Diageo works hard at identifying the opportunities that will unlock new occasions for premiumseeking consumers,” says McNeal. Indeed, opting for a luxury beverage can bring immediate reward to a consumer with relatively little investment compared with, say, trading up when purchasing a car, electronics or even clothing. Plus, going luxe brings consumers added benefits in terms of status in social situations, whether that involves impressing colleagues having a drink after work, a date, or perhaps a gift recipient. In nightclubs, for instance, fullbottle sales are a fertile territory for high-end spirits; ordering the bottle lets peers see what you are drinking and sharing, whereas a single drink using a high-end spirit will look just like a regular rail drink. Smart bars know that visibility for luxury brands can spur sales. For Diageo, each of the offerings detailed here does a good job of declaring its luxury status visually, encouraging impulse orders.
DOLLARS & SENSE Where appropriate, Diageo is “premiumizing and innovating against current brands by providing a more unique sensory experience,” says McNeal. “This can be in the form of a new liquid like Johnnie Walker Double Black which is priced slightly above the Johnnie Walker Black Label. This liquid amplifies the signature style of Black Label, including its hallmark smoky flavor, to produce a bold blend of extraordinary depth, richness and character.” McNeal adds that “packaging also enhances a premium experience. This can be seen in the elegant design of the Qream bottle inspired by royalty which complements the decadent liquid inside.” She notes, too, that celebratory occasions represent a time when consumers are willing to pay more and trade up: “This can be a celebration in a club or a gathering at home and Cîroc Peach, for example, fits perfectly into this space.” ■
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Upgrades at Delta: Luxury Offerings with Diageo In a very strong indicator of the consumer trade-up trend, Delta has partnered with Diageo to create new “Luxury Bars” in all Delta Sky Clubs, where visitors can enjoy ultra-premium spirits, wines and cocktails for purchase, in addition to current complimentary ones. The Delta Sky Club Luxury Bar will offer Diageo’s complete portfolio of Reserve spirits. “It’s an amazing partnership and we are thrilled to be showcasing our Luxury Bar portfolio in the Delta Sky Clubs. Our goal is to provide travelers an innovative and unique experience,” notes Jeff Parrott, Director, Marketing Capabilities, Diageo.
Tequila Reimagined: Don Julio 70 What do you get if you combine the fresh taste of blanco
It’s been two and a half centuries since the Jose Cuervo
tequila with the bold richness of an añejo? Don Julio 70,
family began crafting tequila, and they have never made a
an entirely unique spirit created in honor of the distillery’s
tequila quite like this one. In honor of their 250th birthday,
70th anniversary. It’s made by taking an añejo tequila aged
the distillery has produced a very limited release, Jose
for 18 months in American White Oak barrels that is then
Cuervo 250 Aniversario, which will be available
“filtered to restore the clear color and crisp agave
in select markets for $2,250 per bottle. Created
flavor typically found in Don Julio Blanco,”
exclusively from Cuervo’s estate-grown blue
explains Andrea Segara, Global Brand Director,
agave plants cultivated from the original land
Tequila Don Julio. “This combines the flavor of an
obtained in 1758, the Aniversario is a blend of
añejo with the bold agave notes and clarity of a
añejos, which are aged in toasted new American Oak barrels for a minimum of three years. It is then finished for 10 months in Sherry casks. Packaged in
blanco/silver. It is the world’s first clear añejo and a true representation of the evolution of añejo tequila.” Created by Master Distiller Enrique de Colsa, the taste profile is equal
an historic, hand-blown decanter, each
parts rich vanilla, honey and toasted oak
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SA É Steps Up, Branches Out It’s New, It’s Different, It’s Catching On BY LAURA HOLMES HADDAD
rom P.F. Chang’s to The French Laundry and from BevMo to specialty wine retailers, saké is establishing a place on beverage lists and retail shelves around the country. Given the beverage’s flexibility—served straight up before or with dinner or mixed into cocktails—it’s no wonder importers have seen doubledigit increases in saké sales. First, a few saké basics. A brewed alcoholic beverage made of rice, water, yeast, and a mold called Koji-Kin, saké generally has a 14.5 to 15 percent alcohol content and may or may not contain distilled alcohol, depending on the type of saké. Saké is usually packaged in glass bottles (180ml, 250ml, 300ml, 720ml, and 1.8L) with size availability dependent upon whether it’s for on- or off-premise account. Saké finds itself in a unique position floating among the beer, wine, and spirits
categories. Saké without added distilled alcohol is taxed as a wine and treated like a wine under U.S. regulatory laws, but saké with distilled alcohol is considered a spirit. Saké is classified as a beer while being made in an American brewery but turns into a wine once it leaves the warehouse. Despite the gray-area of its definition, sales remain strong. Currently the U.S. retail saké category is valued at about $300 million, with the premium segment
(over $10 per bottle retail) representing nearly half the value. “These numbers are only fractionally off from two years ago when many categories went down quickly in sales due to the economy,” says Dewey Weddington, VP of marketing at SakéOne in Oregon. “Saké has maintained its overall sales in the U.S. with high-priced imports being the only area that seemed impacted by the economic challenges. The great news for saké in the U.S. is that despite a seemingly slow economic turnaround, the saké category is enjoying a steady increase this year with 20 percent growth year to date for the first four months of 2011.” Ed Lehrman, president of Vine Connections in Sausalito, California, who has been importing saké since 1999 and currently imports 30 sakés from 14 brewers, has seen similar growth: “2010 was the biggest year ever for dollar value for saké
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Creating saké-based cocktails has been an important way for on-premise accounts to promote saké.
coming into the U.S.,” he says. “Some of that was due to the exchange rate effect, but volumes were the second largest after 2008. It was a nice rebound after a tough 2009 in the restaurant business.” Lehrman also notes that saké sales have been increasing every year in the U.S., “with perhaps an exception around 2009 due to the economy.”
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Part of the growth in saké may be attributed to the fact that while saké established a foothold in the U.S. through Japanese, Asian and fusion restaurants, it’s slowly moving into mainstream restaurants. Claudio LoCascio, saké brand manager for Winebow in New York, has seen a sales pattern in major cities and says his sales remain primarily on-premise. (Winebow started a saké portfolio in 2008 and imports saké from six Japanese breweries.) “First it starts in Japanese and fusion restaurants who see it as central to their identity, and there you reach a critical volume of customers who are interested in saké,” says LoCascio. “And then liquor stores increase their saké selections around that area.” LoCascio says it’s also common to see saké move to specialty seafood restaurants like oyster bars. “You don’t see steakhouses taking it on, which I see as a shame,” he says.
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ADDING SAKÉ IS AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR BEER/WINE-ONLY RESTAURANTS TO OFFER ANOTHER ALCOHOLIC OPTION FOR DINERS LoCascio also notes that success onpremise depends on whether the beverage manager considers it a wine or a spirit. “Wine is closest to saké in terms of how it’s consumed, but some people see it as more of their bar program,” says LoCascio. “They won’t have it on their wine list but it will be on the cocktail list.” For Kurtis Wells, beverage manager at Toranoko of Los Angeles, saké sales come down to educating the customer and treating it like a wine. “My approach is to make saké simple,” says Wells. “I have it by the glass and I have customers taste through the different sakés; that helps a lot. Once people get educated about why things are pricier, and equate it to wine, people understand.” Wells also notes that the restaurant offers a half-price saké night on Mondays, “which makes it easier to sell,” he says. “Education and service,
that’s what it comes down to.” Toranoko’s saké list ranges from a $10 180ml up to a $300 bottle; there are four by the glass and two saké cocktails. For restaurants considering adding saké to their beverage list, Wells suggests they start by pairing one dish with one sake: “If they have a dish that has an Asian influence and pair it with one glass of saké, that is a huge step in the right direction. Even Italian places can offer saké to pair with a dish like crudo.” Adding saké is an excellent opportunity for beer and wine-only licensees who want to offer another alcoholic option. The other advantage to adding saké to a beverage list is its shelf life. Saké can be kept at room temperature for one to two years from the shipping date (which is printed on the label), according to John Gauntner, an acclaimed saké expert. And
Besides the novel flavor profile, saké has added appeal because it is gluten-free.
once it’s opened, it doesn’t spoil as quickly as wine. “If you open a bottle of saké you can keep it in the refrigerator for three to four weeks,” says Weddington. Offering sake in a variety of ways—by the glass, by the bottle, in a flight, and in cocktails— allows on-premise accounts to expose their customers to a wider range of saké.
MIXING IT UP
Creating saké-based cocktails has been an important way for on-premise accounts to promote saké to their customers. While in Japan saké is never used as a mixer, bartenders and mixologists in the U.S. have embraced it, and the saké cocktail craze shows no sign of slowing. “We do supply some saké to accounts using it for everything from Asian Pear Martinis to Mojitos,” says Lehrman. “These tend to be quality-oriented accounts so we are less worried about any ‘cheapening’ effect that may result. In fact, it may be the opposite.” Weddington sees similar enthusiasm from his accounts. “Just when we thought the cocktail craze was tapering off it’s picked up in the last three to five months,” says Weddington. “This time around, people are embracing saké cocktails because they’re gluten- and sulfite-free and typically lower in alcohol than a cocktail made with a spirit.” Creating saké cocktails is yet another option for the beer and wine-only licensees who want to offer mixed drinks. “Saké cocktails started as a way for people who didn’t have a hard alcohol license to offer mixed drinks,” says LoCascio. He notes that while the subtleties of some types of saké can be lost in a cocktail, a
Quality starts with the rice: the more the rice is milled, the finer the saké.
WHILE THE SUBTLETIES OF SOME TYPES OF SAKÉ CAN BE LOST IN A COCKTAIL, A GOOD BARTENDER KNOWS HOW TO USE IT good bartender knows how to use it: “At craft cocktail bars you have bartenders who really understand the beverage and can allow the saké to express its characteristics.”
With consumer awareness of saké growing, off-premise accounts are stocking their shelves with more saké selections for their customers. Melissa Lavrinc Smith, saké buyer for K&L Wine Merchants with three locations in California, carries about 40 saké selections ranging from $6 to $70. “We are committed to having only limited saké on hand to ensure that the turnover is great,” she says. Smith only brings in six bottles of each product at a
Kir Toranoko From Restaurant Toranoko, Los Angeles, CA
2 Fresh Strawberries (plus strawberry for garnish) ¼ oz. simple syrup 2 oz. saké (Junmai) Champagne Hand blend two strawberries, the simple syrup, and saké together and pour into a Champagne glass. Top with Champagne and garnish with the extra strawberry.
time and sees sales at all price levels. “We sell more of our top two most expensive sakés than anything else, but there is some saké in the $15 to $20 range that we sell a good amount of,” she says. “The customers that have the most interest in quality and variety are buying in the $25 to $45 range.” K&L offers four saké tastings a year, and Smith also tells customers about the gluten-free aspect of saké: “It’s good for people with gluten allergies as an alternative to beer.” Steven Bowles, the saké specialist at Astor Wines & Spirits in New York City, notes that most of his saké sales hover around the $20 price point. Astor carries about 120 different sakés. Binny’s Beverage Depot in Chicago started a saké program seven years ago when Brett Ponponi, the specialty spirits buyer, noticed an increase in Asian and sushi restaurants in the Chicago area. Binny’s stocks between 30 and 40 selections in their stores. Ponponi points to packaging as the initial barrier to higher sales. “There was a language barrier, literally, with Japanese characters on the labels,” says Ponponi. “But SakéOne and Vine Connections did a nice job with the back labels, and those were huge selling points for us. They explained things like the rice grind, the brewing time, and the sweetness level.”
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ecause saké is still relatively new to the U.S. drinking mindset, training and consumer outreach are important. Gekkeikan, the volume leader in the market, has been especially active in this regard, with VP and National Sales Manager Yoshi Yumoto traveling extensively to work with both stores and restaurants. Interestingly, based on restaurant feedback, the company created a Gekkeikan tap handle, which is used by bars to serve saké perfectly chilled through existing apparatus. He also notes an upswing in sakébased cocktails, especially with the sparkling, low-alcohol (7%) Zipang. He reports that both the Zipang and the brand’s gently sweet Nigori are up 20% in sales this year.
Of course, merchants and restaurant staffs can’t count on having an expert on hand to make sense of saké to customers. Gekkeikan has developed a takeaway card that succinctly covers the distinct classifications of saké. (As a rule of thumb, the more the rice is milled, the better the saké; Junmai is 30% milled, Junmai-Ginjo is 40% milled, Junmai-Daiginjo is 50% milled.) There is quite a bit of good background online as well; JFC International’s site—sakeexpert. com—and hirosake.com are both thorough and user-friendly. Another byproduct of the category’s relative novelty: New brands have been able to make considerable inroads in the U.S. TY KU Saké is craft-brewed in Nara, Japan, home of the world’s first saké brewery dating back to 680 A.D., yet the brand has only been available in nationwide in the U.S. since 2009. Brand Director Tara Fougner points out that about 75% of the saké consumed in the U.S. is made domestically. The hot ticket from TY KU of late is the Silver Junmai,
introduced at the beginning of 2011. Buoyed by a friendly price point (SRP $15 for 720ml) and its easy-to-pronounce name, TY KU is aiming to become a “house premium saké,” according to Fougner. Doubling down on the contemporary look, TY KU has just introduced the Silver in a 1.8L pouch. Besides keeping the saké fresh for weeks, the pouch chills in about 14 minutes, less than half the time needed for a bottle. One characteristic of saké that surprises many people more familiar with wine, beer and spirits is its food-friendliness. According to Tetsuya Runato, marketing manager of Ozeki—which opened America’s first sake brewery in 1979—saké’s delicacy, relative to wine, makes it ideal for pairing with seafood. He recommends the Ozeki’s dry, creamy Karatanba with raw oysters, for example, and the lightly ex sweet swee Daiginjo with scallops. In general, he credits the fact gen that saké is low in acidity and s high in i umami (the so-called fifth taste), making the drink go ta especially well with seafood espec and other savory dishes. o
Many brand managers, restaurateurs and retailers alike have found that sampling is the best way to demonstrate that saké can be enjoyed chilled.
But Ponponi also notes that staff training was key to moving product. For Ponponi’s customers, “under $30 is the sweet spot,” although “720ml people are willing to spend $30 to 50 a bottle.” In addition to saké sales in wine and liquor stores, three specialty retailers in the U.S. are devoted only to saké, including True Saké in San Francisco and Sakaya in New York City. Rick Smith opened Sakaya in December 2007 and has seen steady sales growth. Sakaya stocks 150 different premium, artisanal sakes (with more available online), ranging from $17.99 to $135. He offers weekly saké tastings for customers, often with the importer or producer pouring. “Saké is sort of where wine was 25 years ago,” says Smith. “All people knew was that there was red and there was white. Through a group of people who took wine and demystified it, the appreciation for wine expanded. Saké is in the infant stage of that process.” While attitudes toward saké are definitely changing, merchants should still bear in mind current perceptions. Interestingly, Hiro Saké is prepared to help resellers handle both sides of the saké’s identity. Hiro Red—a Junmai saké with red-accented packaging—nods to the past, as it is brewed to be served warm or with Japanese food. Hiro Blue, with cool blue detailing, is a new super-premium JunmaiGinjo that bridges the heritage of the past with the way we drink today. It has the character and body to be enjoyed chilled, over ice or in cocktails. Both versions were inspired by the ancient recipe of Hiroemon Takeda, a renowned Samurai and saké connoisseur, and use only specially polished rice from the Murakami plain in the Niigata Region. ■
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A new offering from Kahlúa captures the American fondness for cinnamon—Kahlúa Cinnamon Spice is a varation on the classic taste fans of Kahlúa know and appreciate. This new portfolio addition is inspired by the traditional Mexican Café de Olla, which is a blend of coffee, cinnamon and brown sugar. Kahlúa Cinnamon Spice is a blend of rum, 100% Arabica coffee and traditional Mexican spices. SRP: $20
With a racy label featuring a motorcycle, the Motos Liberty wine brand has been on the fast track for the past couple years. The approachable package envelopes delicious wines such as the Motos Liberty Pinot Noir. Motos Liberty winemaker John Allbaugh says that the Pinot Noir has the classic red color of the varietal as well as complex aromas of raspberry and strawberry with hints of vanilla.
The hand-crafted Hiro Japanese Sakés are Junmai (Hiro Red) and Junmai Ginjo (Hiro Blue). Hiro Saké is inspired by Hiroemon Takeda, renowned Samurai and connoisseur who more than 200 years ago worked with skilled master brewers to develop his own Japanese saké. Hiro Blue is intended to be drunk cold or mixed in cocktails; Hiro Red is designed to be served more traditionally. SRP, Hiro Red: $29.99; SRP, Hiro Blue: $39.99
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The newest flavor from California’s Hangar One Vodka is Maine Wild Blueberry. The fifth flavor in the Hangar One portfolio, it mixes the juice of fresh wild blueberries from small farms in eastern Maine with Hangar One Vodka. A taste of a lazy summer day in a bottle, Maine Wild Blueberry is recommended in simple preparations, with fruit or alone. SRP: $32.99
Dr. McGillicuddy’s, a line of flavorsome spirits, has unveiled four new additions: Apple Pie, Root Beer, Wild Grape and Ice Mint. Dr. McGillicuddy’s low-alcohol products (30 to 60 proof) are meant to be enjoyed as shots alongside beers and mixed drinks. Celebrating the launch, the Dr. McGillicuddy’s “Stick It Out Tour” is under way to promote the “Best Tasting Shot Ever,” hitting sporting events across the country. SRP: $14.99
Luneau USA Inc. has introduced Tavernello, an authentic, fruit-forward and easy-drinking Italian line of table wines that includes two classic styles—a white blend of Trebbiano and Pinot Bianco, and a Sangiovese. Italian families have enjoyed Tavernello wines for over 25 years, and the affordability of the wines make them an everyday drinking value in the U.S. SRP: $4.99
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Winemaker Larry Rocha says that the Rutherford Vintners Sauvignon Blanc from Napa Valley has notes of melon, citrus, apple and lemongrass with a lingering soft finish. It pairs well with roast turkey, grilled Ahi tuna or Coquille St. Jacques and its versatility recommends the wine for the holiday table.
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SakéOne has reintroduced their core Oregon craft saké brand, Momokawa. The brand has a new label design by designer Jeffrey Caldewey, and the design points to subtle changes in the brewing process that result in enhanced flavor and body. The new flavor profiles are meant to be more appealing to American palate. SRP: $12
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It’s been 25 years since the launch of Bombay Sapphire, and the House of Bombay is marking the milestone with something new. Bombay Sapphire East maintains the standards of a London Dry Gin while paying homage to the exotic flavors of Asia. The two new featured botanicals in Bombay Sapphire East are Thai lemongrass and spicy Vietnamese black peppercorn. SRP: $22.99
Bar Tools The bartender’s best friends behind the stick BY BRANDY RAND We asked the country’s busiest bartenders to give us their must-have bar tools—easy to use, sturdy enough to withstand the weekend slam, and functionally superior to the basics. Here are some of their favorite items so you can pour, measure, muddle, stir, shake, strain and squeeze with ease. 1. KORIKO WEIGHTED MIXING TIN
Though there are a thousand shakers on the market, these earn high praise from bartenders for a big performance: self-sealing, no sticking and a high velocity (and noisy) shake. The small is 18 ounces and large is 28; and because they are stainless steel, durability is a done deal. $7.95 for small, $8.95 for large at cocktailkingdom.com
2. PUG! MUDDLER Despite the proliferation of plastic and metal muddlers, most bartenders agree that an un-varnished wooden one is the way to go. PUG! muddlers are deemed some of the best as they are handmade and available in a variety of hardwoods: maple, cherry and jatoba. $40 at thebostonshaker.com
3. OXO MINI ANGLED MEASURING CUP A “why didn’t anyone do this sooner” measuring cup that has cocktailsize ounce, milliliter and tablespoon measurements on the inside so you can read from the top as you pour. The angled spout eliminates spills and clear plastic with brightly colored markings makes it easy to read in dimly lit bars. $3.99 at oxo.com
4. RSVP ENDURANCE LEMON & LIME SQUEEZER It’s all in the squeeze with a handle ergonomically designed to provide leverage for a good juicing. Made for use with both limes and lemons with a sturdy stainless steel construction that holds up to a solid press. Though aluminum enamel-coated versions are the norm (and much less expensive), it literally pays to trade up to a tool that can withstand the pressure. $36.95 at cheftools.com
5. PROFLOW™ SPEED POURER The Australian company ÜberBar Tools confidently named themselves after the German word meaning “the best of the best.” Refined via relentless testing, the ProFlow speed pourer isn’t your typical bottle pourer. With claims of no leakage, breakage, hygiene or evaporation issues, as well as a two-year warranty, this super pourer measures a four-count volume pour to ensure maximum profitability. $9.95 at uberbartools.com
6. KOMACHI KNIVES Available in citrus, paring or serrated, these colorful knives have a highcarbon stainless blade that retains its sharpness over time. Coated with non-stick resin to slice easily and resist corrosion, but dishwasher safe. Because they are lightweight with a hand-friendly grip, there’s no midshift slicing fatigue. $6.95-$9.95 at amazon.com
7. WMF LOFT HAWTHORNE STRAINER One requisite function of the Hawthorne strainer is that it must fit snugly in a variety of Boston shakers and mixing glasses. The flexible spring coil on this WMF model keeps ice out of drinks with ease. German-designed with a sleek European flair and matte stainless finish, it makes an attractive piece for the bar. $18.50 at thebostonshaker.com
8. CB2 STAINLESS STEEL COCKTAIL STIRRER A relative bargain (and formidable competitor) to the popular Japanese bar spoons, this CB2 stirrer with round spoon has sturdy stainless steel construction and a weighted, smooth handle. At 11.75 inches it’s long enough to tackle a pitcher or a pint glass with ease. (The CB2 stirrer was spotted at Longman & Eagle and the Whistler in Chicago and word is spreading fast.) $2.95 at cb2.com
9. ROSLE FINE PEELER Lefties take note: this peeler is sharpened on both sides, which allows you to peel both toward and away from the body. Made of stainless steel, dishwasher-safe and a lifetime warranty; an exceptional peeler for citrus twists. $24 at surlatable.com 11
10. TAG LEWIS BAG With ice an important ingredient in so many drinks, having an ice-crushing bag gives bartenders the chance to chip and crack with control. The TAG Lewis bag is a product from mixologist Tony Abou-Ganim that works great with his muddler too. $15 at themodernmixologist.com
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While a Kold-Draft ice machine is the ultimate powerhouse when it comes to cubes, sometimes space is an issue. That is where these compact, do-it-yourself Tovolo silicon trays come in: they give you perfectly square 1.25" cubes designed to melt slowly in handcrafted cocktails. $15 at thebostonshaker.com
12. COCO MESH COCKTAIL CONE STRAINER
Designed by bartenders to work high-volume magic, the conical shape drains quickly without overflow. Each strainer accommodates one cocktail. $6.95 at cocktailkingdom.com
13. YARAI MIXING GLASS 14
When it’s time to stir instead of shake, nothing beats the beauty of a Yarai mixing glass. Classically cut with a heavy bottom to hold the stir without a slide, these come in a 500ml or 540ml seamless size with pour spout. $39.95 or $52.95 at cocktailkingdom.com
14. MOORE & GILES WAXWEAR BAR TOOL ROLL-UP As far as fine leather goes, Moore & Giles leads the pack with slick design and innovation. No wonder, then, why Jim Meehan of New York’s famed PDT decided to partner with them to create a bar tool roll-up unlike no other. With compartments to organize essential tools and a waxwear finish to protect from the hazards of everything from simple syrup to melting ice, it’s the perfect thing for behind the bar or on the road. Bacardi Brand Master Juan Coronado hand-selected these (along with a variety of tools) to give to the 12 finalists at the Bacardi Legacy Cocktail Competition nationals in Miami in January. $150 at mooreandgiles.com
Volt: A Celebrity Bar Greg Voss, Frederick, MD BY ALIA AKKAM
Leave it to Top Chef to make charming Frederick, MD, a culinary hotspot. Volt, the restaurant from Season #6 finalist Bryan Voltaggio, has been known for its inventive modern American cuisine since it opened, but the popular TV show has certainly spiked interest among the daytripping foodie set. While Voltaggio’s cooking gets most of the glory, the upbeat bar is also destination-worthy. Here, Greg Voss—who got his start working at a chain restaurant at age 21, “learning how to make vodka tonics and Tom Collins”—churns out cocktails that echo what happens in the kitchen. THE BEVERAGE NETWORK: Based on your drink list, it looks as if a cocktail scene, like much of the country, has blossomed in Frederick, MD. GREG VOSS: Absolutely. A cocktail craze is going on and people want to know what’s new and exciting. TBN: Among your drinks, I really enjoyed the Spiced Apple Fizz (with Buffalo Trace Bourbon, apple, cardamom, lemon and ginger beer) and the Cherry Gin Sour (with Bluecoat Gin, Luxardo Maraschino Liqueur, lemon juice, lime juice and egg white). Do you have a favorite? GV: Right now I’m changing up the list for the colder months, and working on a twist on Hot Buttered Rum with fatwashed butter and flavored with great spices like cinnamon, clove and nutmeg, topped off with brown sugar and simple
syrup. I also really enjoy the Concord Cup, with Hendrick’s and Concord grapes. It’s so floral and the grapes really do complement the gin. It’s kind of a girlie drink, but delicious and the green herb micro-shiso takes on flavors of mint. TBN: So, like Chef Voltaggio, you also enjoy using what’s in season? GV: A lot of the greens used in the back are in the cocktails, too. The cardamom we use in the Spiced Apple Fizz is also found in our carrot cake, for example; we try to utilize ingredients that are fresh, complementary and already in the kitchen. Just like with pastry, where things need to be done precisely, you have to have a very good set-up with cocktails. Yet we can always change up drinks with different ingredients. The Concord Cup, for instance, used to use Cava and now it’s lemon soda. TBN: Beyond Volt’s kitchen, where do you look for inspiration? GV: I get a lot from cookbooks. I’ll look at a dessert cookbook, see the ingredients listed in a recipe and then try to integrate them into a cocktail.
TBN: How do you get customers to try these instead of the usual? GV: As a bartender, you have to carry Grey Goose and Bombay Sapphire,
but I try to educate guests on other stuff out there, like CapRock organic gin from Colorado, or Smooth Ambler Spirits, a distillery in West Virginia. I try to get people to look beyond the norm. TBN: I think because Volt provides such a distinctive dining experience, overall guests are prepared for a more unusual list. GV: When people come to Volt they want something different, whether that’s trying a boutique bourbon or a craft beer. A lot of our clientele does come from DC, and that city is getting more and more recognized as a cocktail mecca. Seeing inspiring mixologists in a city so close to us inspires bartenders here. Frederick is now more on the map as a place to get away and take a road trip to. TBN: Bryan Voltaggio is, of course, at the core of the restaurant. What is it like working with him? GV: You come to Bryan with an idea, and it’s so fun to see how his mind works; it’s genius. Through trial and error he already knows if certain things will work and he helps me get from A to B with new flavors and textures. It’s a collaborative effort. ■
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Ohio Wholesale Price List December 2011 Division of Liquor Control Price List D = 1.75 liter L = liter B = 750 ml Please note: All the following information is provided for reference only, please contact your spirits wholesaler to confirm all information. STANDARD
BLEND 0026D 0026L 0113B 0113D 0113L 0122B 0122D 0122L 0152B 0152D 0152L 0199D 0199L 2100D 2137D 3701L 3972D 3972L 4089D 4089L 5378B 6343L 8890B 8891B
OLD THOMPSON OLD THOMPSON KESSLER KESSLER KESSLER BEAMS EIGHT STAR BEAMS EIGHT STAR BEAMS EIGHT STAR SEAGRAMS 7 CROWN SEAGRAMS 7 CROWN SEAGRAMS 7 CROWN SENATORS CLUB BBN SENATORS CLUB BBN CALVERT EXTRA BLENDED WSKY IMPERIAL GOLD AWARD BLENDED WSKY HALLERS S R S BLN WSKY HALLERS S R S BLN WSKY GUCKENHEIMER GUCKENHEIMER KESSLER TRAVELER MC CORMICK BLENDED SEAGRAMS 7 DARK HONEY SEAGRAMS 7 CRW STONE CHERRY
0014B 0014D 0014L 0035D 0035L 0059B 0059D 0067B 0067D 0073B 0073D 0073L 0075D 0075L 0087D 0087L 0104D 0104L 0108B 0108D 0144B 0144D 0163D 0163L 0171D
ANCIENT AGE KY STR BBN ANCIENT AGE KY STR BBN ANCIENT AGE KY STR BBN ANCIENT ANCIENT AGE KY ANCIENT ANCIENT AGE KY EARLY TIMES EARLY TIMES JTS BROWN 4YR JTS BROWN 4YR OLD GRAND DAD 4YR OLD GRAND DAD 4YR OLD GRAND DAD 4YR ECHO SPRINGS 4YR ECHO SPRINGS 4Y R KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN TEN HIGH 4YR TEN HIGH 4YR OLD FORESTER 4YR OLD FORESTER 4YR JIM BEAMS CHOICE 5YR JIM BEAMS CHOICE 5YR MATTINGLY AND MOORE 4YR MATTINGLY AND MOORE 4YR MARK TWAIN
$ 12.55 $ 7.15 $ 8.75 $ 17.60 $ 12.30 $ 6.60 $ 13.00 $ 7.90 $ 9.95 $ 19.95 $ 13.30 $ 13.65 $ 7.95 $ 16.95 $112.55 $ 3.80 $ 13.90 $ 7.95 $ 13.00 $ 7.15 $ 8.75 $ 7.65 $ 11.70 $ 11.70
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 71.0 71.0
0171L 0850B 0850D 0891B 0911B 1497B 1497D 1497L 1499B 1499D 1650E 1816B 1816D 1816L 2089D 2089L 2094B 2094D 2094L 2099B 2099D 2099L 2105B 2919B 2939B 2946B 2948B 2948D 2948L 2949B 2949D 2949L 2955B 3073B 3074B 3075B 4065D 4065L 4116B 4116D 4116E 4116L 5086B 5087B 5104B 5110B 5110D 5110L 5112B 5122B 5483B 6845L 6880B 7680B 8355B 8356B 8375B 8375D 8375L 8435B 9600B 9632B 9632D 9635B 9636B 9637B 9638B 9638D 9638L 9676L 9680B
46 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY DECEMBER 2011
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
8.75 17.10 10.50 19.70 11.40 9.65 21.05 4.80 17.10 11.45 25.50 17.85 17.95 10.60 15.35 8.75 16.00 9.45 13.40 26.70 9.05 32.55 9.70 8.85 13.15
80.0 80.0 80.0 90.0 90.0 80.0 80.0 86.0 86.0 86.0 86.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 86.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
MARK TWAIN BENCHMARK BOURBON 8 YEAR BENCHMARK BOURBON 8 YEAR BIRD DOG BLACKBERRY WHSKY BLANTON BBN BULLEIT BBN FRONTIER WHSKY BULLEIT BBN FRONTIER WHSKY BULLEIT BBN FRONTIER WHSKY BUFFALO TRACE BOURBON BUFFALO TRACE BOURBON JIM BEAM 200ML 4YR WILD TURKEY 101 BBN WILD TURKEY 101 BBN WILD TURKEY 101 BBN BOURBON SUPREME RARE BLND BOURBON SUPREME RARE BLND KENTUCKY TAVERN 4YR KENTUCKY TAVERN 4YR KENTUCKY TAVERN 4YR OLD CROW 3YR OLD CROW 3YR OLD CROW 3YR JTS BROWN 100 ELIJAH CRAIG 12YR E H TAYLOR JR SNGL BARREL EVAN WILLIAMS MILLENIUM EVAN WILLIAMS BBN EVAN WILLIAMS BBN EVAN WILLIAMS BBN EZRA BROOKS EZRA BROOKS EZRA BROOKS EZRA 101 7YR FOUR ROSES YELLOW LABEL FOUR ROSES 90 FOUR ROSES 100 HEAVEN HILL OLD STYLE 4YR HEAVEN HILL OLD STYLE 4YR JIM BEAM 4YR JIM BEAM 4YR JIM BEAM 4YR JIM BEAM 4YR JEFFERSON’S PRESIDENT SELECT JEFFERSON’S JEREMIAH WEED CHERRY MASH JIM BEAM BLACK 8YR JIM BEAM BLACK 8YR JIM BEAM BLACK 8YR JIM BEAM TRAVELER 4YR JIM BEAM DEVIL'S CUT KNOB CREEK SNGL BAREL RSV OLD CHARTER 8YR OLD CROW TRAVELER 3YR OLD WHISKEY RIVER REBEL YELL REBEL RESERVE 4YR RED STAG RED STAG RED STAG RIDGEMONT RESERVE 1792 8YR WHITETAIL CARAMEL FLV WHISKEY WILD TURKEY 80 BBN WILD TURKEY 80 BBN WILD TURKEY 101 TRVLR WILD TURKEY RUSSELLS RESV 10YR WILD TURKEY KY SPT SNG BRL WILD TURKEY 81 WILD TURKEY 81 WILD TURKEY 81 WOODFORD RSV DERBY WOODFORD RSV MST COLL MAPL
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
9.30 7.90 15.80 16.85 39.50 19.55 43.90 21.95 19.50 43.25 5.25 18.45 33.65 28.05 14.90 9.65 7.30 16.20 9.65 7.90 16.70 9.65 9.25 19.50 53.75 18.00 10.80 20.55 13.25 8.75 21.45 12.25 12.25 13.90 23.75 29.80 19.70 11.10 15.85 32.55 9.90 21.10 86.40 26.35 14.60 19.35 37.85 15.40 15.85 22.85 36.95 15.15 7.90 22.05 12.25 16.90 18.45 37.85 25.50 26.35 16.85 14.30 31.05 19.35 28.25 36.50 15.80 32.55 19.40 34.15 77.95
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 93.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 80.0 101.0 101.0 101.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 100.0 94.0 100.0 86.6 86.0 86.0 86.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 101.0 80.0 90.0 100.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 94.0 82.3 90.0 86.0 86.0 86.0 80.0 90.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 86.0 80.0 90.6 80.0 80.0 80.0 93.7 80.0 80.0 80.0 101.0 90.0 101.0 81.0 81.0 81.0 90.4 90.4
$ 36.95 $ 32.55 $ 46.65 $ 27.35 $ 24.60 $ 23.90 $ 45.75 $ 29.05 $ 52.80 $ 35.20 $ 22.00 $ 46.65 $ 14.60 $ 33.45 $ 32.55 $ 77.80 $ 30.85 $ 29.10 $ 59.85 $ 34.15 $ 77.95 $ 88.07
107.0 80.0 126.6 88.0 90.0 86.6 90.2 100.0 100.0 100.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 90.0 94.0 101.0 110.0 90.4 90.4 90.4 100.4 94.0
SPECIALTY BOURBON 0460B 0575B 1370B 2305B 2880B 2947B 5089B 5482B 5482D 5482L 6060B 6060D 6060E 6060L 6064B 9617B 9627B 9674B 9674D 9674L 9679B 9670B
BAKERS BASIL HAYDENS BOOKERS CORNER CREEK RESERVE EAGLE RARE SINGLE BARREL EVAN WILLIAMS SINGLE BARREL JEFFERSON’S RESERVE KNOB CREEK KNOB CREEK KNOB CREEK MAKER’S MARK MAKER’S MARK MAKER’S MARK MAKER’S MARK MAKER’S MARK 46 WILD TURKEY 15YR TRIBUTE RARE BREED WOODFORD RESERVE WOODFORD RESERVE WOODFORD RESERVE WOODFORD RESERVE SEASON OAK WOODSTONE MICRO-BOURBON
PERMANENT SALE ITEM(S) EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 1, 2011 CODE
0031B 0034B 0036B 0098B 0103B 0201B 0524B 0539D 0705B 0840B 0877L 0908B 1337B 1483B 1520B 1565B 1570B 1853B 1856B 1859B 2074B 2076D 2105D 2268B 2317B 2348B 2625B 2645B 2652B 2776B 2956L 3003B 3026B 3029B 3631B 3632B 3635B 3636B 4000B 4990B 4995B 5230B 5240L 5260B 5386B 5387B 5486D
Aberfeldy 12 Alchemia Chocolate Absolut Kurant Appleton Estate 21 Ardmore Pinch Haig Rhum Barbancourt Myers Dark Getreode Kml Belvedere 1X Bertagnolli Grappini Black Bush Bombora Boyd & Blair Bushmills Cabana Cachaca Cabin Fever Celtic Crossing Centenario Anejo Centanario Rosangl Clontarf Cluny Scotch JTS Brown Connemara Corzo Reposado Courvoisier Exclusif Dekuyper Rootbeer Dekuyper Melon Romama Black McGillicuddy Eristoff Vod Feckin Irish Firefly Raspberry Florentino Glenfarclas 105 Glenfarclas Glenfarclas 21 Glenmore Astr Harlem Liq Jack Daniels Lucchesi Jack Daniels 160th BD J Walker Swing Cuervo Black Junior Johnson Hall of Fame Khortytsa Honey Pepper Khortytsa Platnum Korbel Brandy
Wholesale Wholesale Oct. Nov. SAVE! $44.10 $30.95 $13.15 $20.40 $14.75 $5.65 $16.90 $12.20 $4.70 $97.60 $74.10 $23.50 $36.10 $26.70 $9.40 $29.70 $20.75 $8.95 $18.65 $13.95 $4.70 $32.25 $22.85 $9.40 $11.65 $ 3.65 $8.00 $34.35 $24.00 $10.35 $22.00 $15.40 $6.60 $31.00 $21.60 $9.40 $16.90 $12.65 $4.25 $28.70 $20.20 $8.50 $35.45 $25.10 $10.35 $25.70 $19.10 $6.60 $16.85 $13.10 $3.75 $19.35 $13.70 $5.65 $47.45 $33.35 $14.10 $20.90 $14.30 $6.60 $17.60 $12.90 $4.70 $20.15 $10.75 $9.40 $26.50 $17.65 $8.85 $36.60 $29.10 $7.50 $43.30 $32.00 $11.30 $34.35 $24.00 $10.35 $10.55 $7.55 $3.00 $10.55 $7.55 $3.00 $20.00 $14.35 $5.65 $10.80 $7.05 $3.75 $13.20 $9.40 $3.80 $16.90 $13.15 $3.75 $14.30 $10.05 $4.25 $8.75 $4.05 $4.70 $69.00 $54.90 $14.10 $93.45 $69.95 $23.50 $103.95 $80.45 $23.50 $64.90 $46.10 $18.80 $16.40 $11.70 $4.70 $18.65 $13.95 $4.70 $23.90 $17.30 $6.60 $57.60 $41.65 $15.95 $26.95 $18.95 $8.00 $21.25 $15.60 $5.65 $25.40 $20.70 $4.70 $24.60 $19.90 $4.70 $20.55 $12.10 $8.45
5510B 5532B 5929B 6110B 6428B 6582B 6584B 6586B 6615L 6651B 6655B 6660B 6705L 6708B 7897L 7901B 7978B 7979B 7982D 8187B 8329B 8500B 8502B 8632B 8717B 8884B 8923B 9073B 9093B 9123B 9137B 9139B 9142B 9158B 9159B 9170B 9184B 9195L 9196L 9197L 9199L 9222B 9224B 9378B 9445B 9488L 9535B 9604B 9605B 9606B 9607B 9657B
TENNESSEE WHISKEY 0066B 0066D 0066E 0066L 2110B 2110D 3513B 3513D 3513L 3515B 3515B 3523B 3524B 4988B 4988L 4997B
JACK DANIEL'S BLACK JACK DANIEL'S BLACK JACK DANIEL'S BLACK JACK DANIEL'S BLACK JACK DANIEL'S GREEN JACK DANIEL'S GREEN GENTLEMAN JACK GENTLEMAN JACK GENTLEMAN JACK GEORGE BICKEL OLD 48 GEORGE RICKEL OLD #8 GEORGE DICKOL 12 GEO. DICKEL BARREL SELECT JACK DANIEL'S TENN HONEY JACK DANIEL'S TENN HONEY JACK DANIEL'S SINGLE BARREL
Lairds Rare Landy VS Liquor Strega Margaritaville Lime Medea Milagro Sbr Anejo Milagro Anejo Milagro Sbr Lozova Rakij Mt Gay Extra Mt Gay 1703 Moon Mtn Citrus Vod Nassau Royal Navan 80 Paramount Sweet Tea Paramount Melon Partida Reposado Partida Blanco Patron Anejo Phillips Vanilla Pyrat 1623 Ron Matusalem Gran Reserva Ron Matusalem Plata RumpleMinz Berry Cien Anos Blanco Seagrams Apple Vod Seagram VO Traveller Smooth Ambler Vod Stawski Vodka Strathisla Stoli Applik Stoli Pommegran Suntori Yamazaki Sweet Carolina Lemonade Vod Carolina Raspberry Tarantula Reposado 30-30 Tequila Reposado 3 Island Gin 3 Island vodka 3 Island Rum 3 Island Tequila Tierra Anejo Tierra Reposado Ursus Punch Van Gogh Acia blueberry Wasabe Sake Wellers Reserve Whitley Neil Gin Wild Scotsman Wild Scotsman Black Wild Sctsmn Royal Loch Wiser's Delux
$56.15 $18.65 $30.85 $10.80 $38.70 $73.15 $34.35 $47.45 $24.95 $34.35 $86.65 $16.95 $18.75 $34.80 $10.70 $9.05 $44.80 $43.05 $110.05 $23.15 $220.10 $25.60 $12.55 $20.45 $15.85 $9.05 $11.75 $25.60 $14.30 $38.70 $16.90 $16.90 $43.05 $12.55 $12.55 $13.45 $19.30 $9.75 $10.60 $7.10 $9.75 $29.95 $27.35 $7.00 $16.00 $28.95 $19.65 $21.10 $51.80 $58.15 $67.50 $39.70
$40.20 $13.95 $21.45 $8.00 $27.45 $54.35 $24.45 $33.35 $17.40 $23.05 $63.15 $12.25 $14.05 $24.45 $7.40 $6.20 $31.65 $28.95 $86.55 $15.60 $154.30 $18.10 $8.80 $14.30 $11.15 $6.70 $8.45 $18.10 $10.05 $29.30 $12.20 $12.20 $30.85 $8.80 $8.80 $9.70 $13.65 $7.40 $8.25 $4.75 $7.40 $18.70 $19.35 $4.65 $11.30 $22.35 $14.95 $16.40 $37.70 $43.10 $47.75 $28.40
$15.95 $4.70 $9.40 $2.80 $11.25 $18.80 $9.90 $14.10 $7.55 $11.30 $23.50 $4.70 $4.70 $10.35 $3.30 $2.85 $13.15 $14.10 $23.50 $7.55 $65.80 $7.50 $3.75 $6.15 $4.70 $2.35 $3.30 $7.50 $4.25 $9.40 $4.70 $4.70 $12.20 $3.75 $3.75 $3.75 $5.65 $2.35 $2.35 $2.35 $2.35 $11.25 $8.00 $2.35 $4.70 $6.60 $4.70 $4.70 $14.10 $15.05 $19.75 $11.30
RYE WHISKEY $ 16.90 $ 42.15 $ 14.45 $ 29.80 $ 16.90 $ 33.65 $ 25.60 $ 46.75 $ 34.15 $ 15.90 $ 15.90 $ 20.20 $ 20.20 $ 16.90 $ 29.80 $ 34.35
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 90.0 86.0 70.0 70.0 94.0
0090B 1503B 5117B 9631B 9833B
OLD OVERHOLT BULLEIT 95 RYE JIM BEAM WILD TURKEY RYE WHISKEY RUSSELS RESERVE
0026D 0026L 0113B 0113D 0113L 0122B 0122D 0122L 0152B
OLD THOMPSON OLD THOMPSON KESSLER KESSLER KESSLER BEAM'S EIGHT STAR BEAM'S EIGHT SLAR BEAM'S EIGHT STAR SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN
$ 13.20 80.0 $ 19.55 90.0 $ 16.70 80.0 $ 19.35 101.0 $ 25.50 90.0
BLENDED WHISKEY $ 12.55 $ 7.15 $ 8.75 $ 17.60 $ 12.30 $ 6.60 $ 13.00 $ 7.90 $ 9.95
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
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0152D 0152L 0199D 0199L 2100D 2137D 3701L 3972D 3972L 4089D 4089L 5266B 5378B 6343L 8887B 8890B
SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN SENATOR'S CLUB SENATOR'S CLUB CALVERT EXLRA IMPERIAL GOLD AWARD HAILER'S S.R.S. HALTERS S.R.S. GUCKENHEIMER GUCKENHEIMER JR JOHNSON MID MOON STRAWB KESSLER TRAVELER MCCORMICK SEAGRAM'S 7 TRAVELER SEAGRAM'S 7 DARK HONEY
0281B 0281D 0281B 0282B 0282L 0908B 1519B 1520B 2074B 2268B 3003B 4895B 5075B 5079B 5081B 5083B 5085B 5212B 5384B 5388B 6574B 6576B 7721L 8294B 6383B 8384B 9026B 9317B 9317L
JAMESON JAMESON JAMESON BUSHMILLS BUSHMILLS BLACK BUST( BUSHMILLS 16 YR. SINGLE MALT BUSHMILLS LOYR. SINGLE MALT CLONLARF CONNEMA RA SINGLE MALT FECKIN IRISHMAN ORIGINAL CLAN JAMESON GOLD JAMESON VINTAGE RES. JAMESON 18 YR. JAMESON 12 YR. JAMESON TIN JOHN POWER & SON GOLD KILBEGGAN KNAPPOGUE CASTLE 12 MIDLETON MICHAEL COLLINS BLENDED PADDY POWERS REDBREAST REDBREAST 12 SLANE CASTLE TULLAMORE DEW TULLAMORE DEW
$ 19.95 $ 13.30 $ 13.65 $ 7.95 $ 16.95 $ 112.55 $ 5.70 $ 13.90 $ 7.95 $ 13.00 $ 7.15 $ 17.75 $ 8.75 $ 7.70 $ 9.95 $ 12.60
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 100.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 71.0
4699L 5073D 7726D 8050B 8431B 8431D 8894B 8894D 8894E 8894L 8922B 8923B 9648B 9652B 9652D 9652L 9656B
IRISH WHISKEY $ 18.65 $ 39.75 $ 28.95 $ 20.15 $ 28.00 $ 21.60 $ 58.65 $ 25.10 $ 12.90 $ 29.10 $ 13.15 $ 14.80 $ 51.80 $261.15 $ 75.35 $ 34.30 $ 18.65 $ 16.00 $ 17.20 $ 32.85 $117.20 $ 16.90 $ 28.05 $ 30.00 $ 43.05 $ 64.90 $ 20.35 $ 18.65 $ 25.45
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 90.0 80.0 92.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 92.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
$ 11.75 $ 23.55 $ 17.40 $ 14.50 $ 7.00 $ 14.90 $ 8.85 $ 8.75 $ 19.30 $ 12.25 $ 16.65 $ 1165 $ 22.30 $ 9.25 $ 16.75 $ 7.90 $ 17.55 $ 8.60 $ 11.40 $ 7.90 $ 11.40 $ 22.30 $ 16.85 $ 13.60 $ 8.70 $ 6.60 $ 12.75 $ 14.05 $ 11.45 $ 14.05 $ 8.60 $ 16.70 $ 6.45 $ 14.05 $ 8.60 $ 6.75 $ 9.25 $ 17.60 $ 24.80 $ 51.10 $ 70.25 $114.15 $ 40.40 $ 14.50 $ 8.45 $ 12.70
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 82.6 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 90.0 90.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
CANADIAN WHISKEY 0076B 0076D 0076L 0169D 0170B 0170D 0170L 0174B 0174D 0174L 0175D 0176B 0176D 0176E 0176L 0189B 0189D 0189E 0189L 0909B 0920B 0920D 1570B 1704D 1704D 1716B 1716D 1725B 1729B 1730D 1730L 1731B 1733B 1735D 1735L 1748B 1749D 2055B 2389B 2389D 2391B 2393B 2397B 4041D 4041L 4699D
SEAGRAMS VO SEAGRAMS VO SEAGRAMS VO LORD CALVERT MCMASTER'S MCMASTER'S MCMASTER'S CANADIAN MIST CANADIAN MIST CANADIAN MIST MACNAUGHTON CANADIAN CLUB CANADIAN CLUB CANADIAN CLUB CANADIAN CLUB BLACK VELVET BLACK VELVET BLACK VELVET BLACK VELVET BLACK VELVET TRAVELER BLACK VELVET RESERVE BLACK VELVET RESERVE CABIN FEVER MAPLE FLV. CANADIAN BAY CANADIAN BAY CANADA HOUSE CANADA HOUSE CANADIAN CLUB RESERVE 10 CANADIAN CLUB TRAVELER CANADIAN GOLD CANADIAN GOLD CAN. CLUB SHERRY CASK CANADIAN HUNTER TRAVELER CANADIAN LTD. CANADIAN LTD. CANADIAN MIST TRAVELER CANADIAN RESERVE CLASSIC 12 CROWN ROYAL BLACK CROWN ROYAL BLACK CROWN ROYAL CASK NO.16 CROWN ROYAL EXTRA RARE CROWN ROYAL RESERVE HARWOOD HARWOOD NORTHERN LIGHT
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NORTHERN LIGHT JAMES FOXE PARAMOUNT PENDLETON RICH & RARE RICH & RARE CROWN ROYAL CROWN ROYAL CROWN ROYAL CROWN ROYAL V.0. GOLD SEAGRAM'S V.0. TRAVELER WINDSOR TRAVELER WINDSOR SUPREME WINDSOR SUPREME WINDSOR SUPREME WISER'S DELUXE
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
8.45 12.55 14.45 21.25 7.00 13.60 22.15 47.90 28.50 29.25 14.75 11.75 7.90 7.90 17.60 11.45 12.25
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
SCOTCH WHISKEY 0201B 0202B 0202D 0202E 0202L 0204B 0204D 0204L 0206D 0208B 0208D 0208L 0212B 0212D 0213D 0213L 0215B 0215D 0215L 0225B 0225D 0225L 0227B 0232B 0232D 0232L 0238B 0238D 0238L 0239B 0239D 0239L 0241D 0241L 0246D 0246L 0249D 0253B 1490B 1491B 1655E 2004B 2005B 2006B 2052D 2052L 2078B 2496B 2672B 2673B 2674B 2999B 3609B 5145B 5220B 5225B 5229B 6395B 7980D 8327D 8327L 8853D 9188B 9188D
PINCH 15 YR. DEWAR'S DEWAR'S DEWAR'S DEWAR'S JOHNNIE WALKER RED JOHNNIE WALKER RED JOHNNLE WALKER RED USHER'S GREEN LAUDER'S LAUDER'S LAUDER'S GRANT'S GRANT'S OLD SMUGGLER ODSMUGGLER CHIVAS REGAL 12 YR. CHIVAS REGAL 12 YR. CHIVAS REGAL 12 YR. CULLY SARK CULTY SARK CUTTY SARK WHITE HORSE JOHNNIE WALKER BLACK JOHNNIE WALKER BLACK JOHNNIE WALKER BLACK J&B RARE J&B RARE J&B RARE GRAND MACNISH GRAND MACNISH GRAND MACNISH HIGHLAND MIST HIGHLAND MIST INVER HOUSE INVER HOUSE J.W. DANT BALLANLINE'S BUCHANAN DELUXE BUCHANAN SPECIAL RESERVE MAKERS MARK 200ML CHIV REGAL SALUTE 21 YR CHIV REGAL 25 CHIVAS REGAL 18 YR. CLAN MACGREGOR CLAN MACGREGOR CLYNELISH DALMORE 15 DEWAR'SFOUNDERS RESERVE DEWAR'S SIGNATURE DEWAR'S SP. RES. 12 YR. FAMOUS GROUSE 12 YR. GLEN GRANT JOHN BARR RED JOHNNIE WALKER BLUE JOHNNIE WALKER BKL.100 ANNIV. JOHNNIE WAIKER GOLD MCLVOR PASSPORT QUEEN ANNE QUEEN ANNE SCORESBY FAMOUS GROUSE 80 FAMOUS GROUSE 80
0019B 0020B 0031B 0032B 0103B 0107B 0375B 0377B 0379B 0493B
ABERLOUR 12 YR. ABERLOUR ABUNADH ABERFELDY ABERFELDY 21 ARDMORE ARDBEG 10 YR. AUCHENLOSHAN3WOOD AUCHENLASHAN CLASSIC AUCHROISK BALVENIE SINGLE BARREL 15 YR.
$ 29.70 80.0 $ 20.25 80.0 $ 41.45 80.0 $ 21.15 80.0 $ 27.35 80.0 $ 22.05 80.0 $ 43.25 80.0 $ 28.25 80.0 $ 22.25 80.0 $ 8.30 80.0 $ 18.00 80.0 $ 10.65 80.0 $ 14.25 80.0 $ 31.90 80.0 $ 19.50 80.0 $ 11.95 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 59.85 80.0 $ 38.55 80.0 $ 16.85 80.0 $ 33.55 80.0 $ 21.10 80.0 $ 12.55 80.0 $ 33.35 80.0 $ 70.05 80.0 $ 42.40 80.0 $ 18.95 86.0 $ 40.65 86.0 $ 25.60 86.0 $ 8.15 80.0 $ 17.50 80.0 $ 10.60 80.0 $ 17.10 80.0 $ 9.95 80.0 $ 17.35 60.0 $ 11.00 60.0 $ 10.80 80.0 $ 13.40 80.0 $ 26.35 80.0 $ 66.75 80.0 $ 7.00 80.0 $156.85 80.0 $ 200.10 80.0 $ 56.15 80.0 $ 17.10 80.0 $ 10.60 80.0 $ 49.85 92.0 $ 82.30 80.0 $ 70.60 80.0 $ 189.75 86.0 $ 29.10 80.0 $ 23.90 80.0 $ 38.70 80.0 $ 12.55 80.0 $ 208.85 80.0 $ 36.85 80.0 $ 72.10 80.0 $ 11.65 80.0 $ 22.30 80.0 $ 18.45 80.0 $ 9.75 80.0 $ 17.45 80.0 $ 16.45 80.0 $ 37.15 80.0
SINGLE MALT / SCOTCH $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
31.70 60.50 30.95 150.00 36.10 38.70 51.80 26.50 24.75 59.65
86.0 119.4 80.0 80.0 92.0 92.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 95.0
0497B BALVENIE DOUBLEWOOD 12 YR. $ 44.90 86.0 0504B BALVENIE PORTWOOD 21 YR. $ 137.55 86.0 1481B BOWMORE LEGEND $ 21.25 80.0 1488B BUNNAHEBHAIN $ 47.45 80.0 1498B BRUICHLADDICH ROCKS $ 48.50 92.0 1751B CAOL ILA 12-YR. $ 46.95 86.0 1759B CARDHU $ 37.75 86.0 2355B CRAGGANMORE $ 45.85 80.0 2491B DELMORE STILLMAN 28 YR. $ 117.60 90.0 2495B DALMORE 12 YR. $ 38.70 80.0 2498B DALWHINNIE $ 55.30 66.0 2500B DALWHINNIE DISTILL EDITION $ 65.90 86.0 3606B GLENLIDDICH 12 YR. RESERVE $ 34.35 80.0 3607B GLEN GARIOCH $ 16.35 86.0 3611B GLENKINCHIE 12 YR. $ 48.30 86.0 3615B GLEN SPEY $ 162.55 86.0 3620B GLENLIDDICH SOLERA 15 YR. $ 43.95 80.0 3625B GLENLIDDICH ANCIENT 18 YR. $ 60.50 86.0 3632B GLENFARCLAS 17 YR. $ 69.65 86.0 3634B GLENLIDDICH 15 DISTILLERY ED. $ 51.80 102.0 3635B GLENFARCLAS 21 YR. $ 80.45 86.0 3640B GLENLIVET 18 YR. $ 69.25 86.0 3640B GLENLIVET 18 YR. $ 63.15 86.0 3641B GLENLIVET 12 YR. $ 34.35 80.0 3641D GLENHIVEL $ 68.55 80.0 3641L GLENLIVEL12 YR. $ 44.65 80.0 3643B GLENLIVET ARCHIVE 21 YR. $ 121.60 86.0 3645B GLENMORANGIE 10 YEAR OLD $ 34.35 86.0 3646B GLENLIVET FRENCH OAK 15 YR. $ 43.05 80.0 3647B GLENLIVEL NADURRA 16 YR. $ 51.80 112.4 3649B GLENMORANGIELASANLA $ 38.70 92.0 3654B GLENLIVELLDADURRATRIUMPH $ 69.25 96.0 3655B GLENMORANGIE FINEALTA $ 69.25 86.0 3656B GLENMORANGIE QUINTA RUBAN $ 43.05 92.0 3658B GLENMORANGTENECTAR D'OR $ 56.15 92.0 3697B GLENROTHES SELECT RESERVE $ 40.45 80.0 3699B GLENROTHES $ 67.75 86.0 4291B HIGHLAND PARK $ 36.10 86.0 4296B HIGHLAND PARK 18 $ 86.70 86.0 5207B J. MCDOUGALLS BLADNOCH $ 44.55 111.6 5231B JOHNNIE WALKER GREEN $ 48.05 86.0 5507B LAGAVULIN DISTILLERS ED. $ 86.90 86.0 5508B LAGAVULIN $ 75.60 86.0 5542B LAPHROAIG 18 $ 61.60 96.0 5543B LEPHROAIGCASK STRENGTH $ 55.45 115.6 5544B LAPHROALG $ 37.85 86.0 6012B MACALLAN CASK STRENGLH $ 56.15 117.6 6013B MACALLAN 12 YR. $ 45.70 86.0 6013D MACALLAN 12 YR. $ 90.35 86.0 6016B MACALLAN 18 YR. $ 131.20 86.0 6017B MACALLAN FINE OAK 10 YR. $ 37.25 80.0 6016B MACALLAN FINE OAK 15 YR. $ 69.75 86.0 6024B MACALLAN ANNIVERSARY $ 623.20 86.0 6025B MACALLAN 30 YR. $1,104.05 86.0 6344B MCCLELLANDS ISLAY $ 20.85 80.0 6346B MCCLELLANDS HIGHLAND $ 20.65 80.0 6747B OBAN DISTILLERS ED. $ 78.20 86.0 6748B OBAN $ 63.25 86.0 7700B OYO WHISKEY $ 39.85 92.0 8983B SINGLETON $ 34.40 80.0 9063B SPEYBURN $ 16.90 86.0 9064B SPEYBURN BRADEN ORACH $ 15.15 80.0 9145B TALISKER $ 53.80 91.6 9148B TALISKER DISTILLER EDITION $ 60.65 91.6 9150B TAMDHU $ 19.50 80.0 9150B TAMDHU $ 19.50 80.0 9240B TOMATIN SCOTCH 12 $ 19.50 80.0 9606B WILD SCOTSMAN BLACK LABEL $ 58.15 94.0 9671B WOODSTONE CREEK SINGLE PEATED MALT WHSKY $ 103.95 93.0 OTHER WHISKEY 0876B 1840B 3526B 5255B
BERNHEIM ORIGINAL WHEAT CAKFADDY CAROLINA MOONSHINE GEORGIA MOON CORN WHISKEY JR. JOHNSONS MIDNIGHT MOON
0051B 0084B 0089B 0341B 0453B 0456B 0461B 0461D 0461E 0461L 0462B 0463B 0463D 0463E 0463L 0464B 0464D
ALIZE COGNAC VS ANSAC VS COGNAC BELA OSA ASBACH URALT BRANDY METAXA FIVE STAR BRANDY COURVOISIER VSOP COGNAC 4YR HENNESSY V S HENNESSY V S HENNESSY V S HENNESSY V S MARTELL VS COGNAC REMY MARTIN VSOP COGNAC REMY MARTIN VSOP COGNAC REMY MARTIN VSOP COGNAC REMY MARTIN VSOP COGNAC ST REMY VSOP AUTHENTIC BDY ST REMY VSOP AUTHENTIC BDY
$ $ $ $
25.60 17.75 10.10 17.75
90.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
16.90 17.75 7.05 24.05 18.65 29.00 27.35 64.20 24.00 35.90 23.90 34.35 85.15 27.75 47.25 9.90 17.35
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 76.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
0469B 0469D 0469L 0470B 0470D 0470L 0479B 0480B 0480D 0480L 0481B 0481D 0481L 0482B 0482D 0482L 0483B 0483D 0488B 0488D 0488L 0490B 0668B 0682B 0696B 0711B 0863B 0874B 0877L 1577B 1618E 1623B 1623E 1625E 1629E 1630E 1642E 1644E 1665E 1666E 1669E 1670E 1671E 2018B 2020B 2023B 2265B 2335B 2348B 2349B 2350B 2728B 2850B 2871B 2871D 2871L 2873B 2873D 2873L 2875B 2876B 2877B 2954B 4011B 4074B 4074L 4076B 4080B 4084E 4087B 4092B 4092L 4103B 4944B 4998B 5001B 5486B 5486D 5509B 5510B 5512B 5532B 5871B 6072L 6095B 6259B 6267B 6270B 6525B 6545B 6603B 7816B 7976B 7976D 7993B 8354B 8386B 8389B 8394B
PAUL MASSON GRAND AMBER 3YR $ 10.80 80.0 PAUL MASSON GRAND AMBER 3YR $ 19.90 80.0 PAUL MASSON GRAND AMBER 3YR $ 12.80 80.0 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BRANDY $ 10.60 80.0 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BRANDY $ 19.70 80.0 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS BRANDY $ 12.35 80.0 LAIRDS APPLE JACK 6YR $ 15.15 80.0 COURVOISIER V S COGNAC 2YR $ 25.60 80.0 COURVOISIER V S COGNAC 2YR $ 48.40 80.0 COURVOISIER V S COGNAC 2YR $ 33.40 80.0 CORONET VSQ $ 8.15 80.0 CORONET VSQ $ 17.95 80.0 CORONET VSQ $ 11.50 80.0 PARAMOUNT BLACKBERRY BRNDY $ 9.65 75.0 PARAMOUNT BLACKBERRY BRNDY $ 19.70 75.0 PARAMOUNT BLACKBERRY BRNDY $ 11.25 75.0 PARAMOUNT CHERRY BRANDY $ 9.65 75.0 PARAMOUNT CHERRY BRANDY $ 10.85 75.0 PARAMOUNT APRICOT BRANDY $ 9.65 75.0 PARAMOUNT APRICOT BRANDY $ 19.70 75.0 PARAMOUNT APRICOT BRANDY $ 11.25 75.0 DEKUYPER BLACKBERRY BRANDY $ 10.55 70.0 ARROW BLACKBRRY BDY $ 7.90 60.0 DEK APRICOT BDY $ 10.55 70.0 PARAMOUNT PEACH BDY $ 9.65 75.0 MR BOSTON BLACKBERRY BRNDY $ 6.45 70.0 NAVIP SLIVOVITZ 8YR $ 18.25 100.0 REMY MARTIN LOUIS X111 $ 1953.60 80.0 BERTAGNOLLI GRAPPINO $ 15.40 84.0 CALVADOS BLD GRND APPL BDY $ 36.75 80.0 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS AMBER 200ML $ 2.95 80.0 CONJURE COGNAC $ 27.10 80.0 CONJURE COGNAC $ 8.55 80.0 COURVOISIER VS 200ML 2YR $ 6.40 80.0 E & J VS 2 200ML $ 2.90 80.0 E & J VSOP 200ML $ 3.15 80.0 HENNESSY VSOP 200ML $ 11.60 80.0 HENNESSY VS FLASK $ 7.70 80.0 PAUL MASSON VS 200 3YR $ 2.90 80.0 PAUL MASSON VSOP 200ML 4YR $ 3.30 80.0 REMY MARTIN VS 200ML $ 6.80 80.0 REMY MARTIN VSOP 200ML $ 9.45 80.0 REMY MARTIN 1738 ACCOR $ 12.90 80.0 CHRISTIAN BROS FROST WHITE $ 10.60 70.0 CHRISTIAN BRO GRN RSV VSOP $ 10.80 80.0 CHRISTIAN BRO HONEY $ 11.65 70.0 CONJURE COGNAC $ 28.25 80.0 COURVOISIER XO COGNAC $ 88.05 80.0 COURVOISIER EXCLUSIF 4YR $ 24.00 80.0 COURVOISIER 12 $ 43.05 80.0 COURVOISIER 21 $217.55 80.0 DON PEDRO RESERVA ESPECIAL $ 5.80 80.0 DUJARDIN VSOP $ 19.85 80.0 E & J SUPERIOR RSV VSOP $ 11.65 80.0 E & J SUPERIOR RSV VSOP $ 23.20 80.0 E & J SUPERIOR RSV VSOP $ 13.70 80.0 E & J $ 10.50 80.0 E & J $ 21.65 80.0 E & J $ 12.35 80.0 E & J SUPERIOR RS VSOP TRAVELER $ 10.65 80.0 E & J TRAVELER BDY $ 10.35 80.0 E & J XO $ 13.40 80.0 EXCELLENTIA GOLD SLIV BRANDY $ 20.40 80.0 HARDY VS $ 25.20 80.0 HENNESSY BLACK $ 34.35 86.0 HENNESSY BLACK $ 44.65 86.0 HENNESSY RICHARD $2971.70 86.0 HENNESSY PARADIS $ 597.90 86.0 HENNESSY V S 200ML $ 8.60 80.0 HENNESSY VS HISTORIC $ 27.35 80.0 HENNESSY VSOP COGNAC $ 38.70 80.0 HENNESSY VSOP COGNAC $ 56.00 80.0 HENNESSY X O $130.30 80.0 J C COGNAC VSOP $ 21.25 80.0 JACQUE CARDIN GRAPE FRANCE $ 9.05 80.0 POLI PO TRAMINAR GRAPPA $ 28.45 80.0 KORBEL $ 9.05 80.0 KORBEL $ 12.10 80.0 LAIRDS APPLE BRANDY 100 $ 20.40 80.0 LAIRDS RARE APPLE BRANDY $ 40.20 80.0 LAIRDS OLD APPLE BRANDY 90MO $ 22.15 80.0 LANDY VS COGNAC $ 13.95 80.0 LEROUX POLISH BLACKBERRY $ 9.55 70.0 MANASTIRKA $ 29.55 90.0 MARASKA SLIVOVITZ KOSHER $ 22.10 80.0 MARTELL CORDON BLEU COGNAC $ 95.40 80.0 MARTELL XO 12YR $112.85 80.0 MARTELL VSOP $ 31.75 80.0 MEUKOW V.S. $ 19.50 80.0 METAXA AMPHORA 7 STAR $ 24.50 80.0 MOLETTO GRAPPA D'NEBBIOLO $ 30.00 80.0 PARAMOUNT GINGER BRANDY $ 7.40 65.0 PAUL MASSON GRND AMBR VSOP 4YR $ 12.10 80.0 PAUL MASSON GRND AMBR VSOP 4YR $ 24.05 80.0 PRESIDENTE BRANDY $ 11.65 80.0 RAYNAL NAPOLEON VSOP $ 11.65 80.0 REMY MARTIN EXTRA $ 342.85 80.0 REMY MARTIN 1738 ACCORD $ 43.05 80.0 REMY MARTIN XO EXCELLENCE $112.85 80.0
DECEMBER 2011 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY 49
8405B 8648B 9736B
REMY MARTIN VS GRAND CRU SALIGNAC ZUTA OSA
0193L 0303D 0304D 0304L 0305D 0305E 0305L 0308B 0308D 0308L 0313B 0313D 0313E 0313L 0319D 0319L 0320D 0322B 0322D 0322L 0326B 0326D 0326E 0326L 0327D 0327L 0329D 0330D 0330L 0339B 0339D 0339L 0340L 0563D 0563L 0962B 1324B 1327B 1327D 1327L 1369B 1495B 1522B 1659E 1660E 1673E 1680E 1760B 3555B 3728B 3780B 4073B 4073D 6379D 6062B 6379D 6379L 6444D 6690L 6716B 6716D 6716L 7868D 7868L 8235B 8235D 8274B 8436B 8883B 8889B 8889D 8900B 8902B 8905B 8905D 8905L 8914B 8995B 8995D 8995L 9072B 9153B 9157B 9195L 9504B 9604B 9669B 9669E
ARISTOCRAT GIN FLEISCHMANNS GIN CRYSTAL PALACE GIN CRYSTAL PALACE GIN SEAGRAMS EXTRA DRY GIN SEAGRAMS EXTRA DRY GIN SEAGRAMS EXTRA DRY GIN GORDONS GIN GORDONS GIN GORDONS GIN BEEFEATER GIN BEEFEATER GIN BEEFEATER GIN BEEFEATER GIN PARAMOUNT 90 GIN PARAMOUNT 90 GIN CALVERT GIN BOMBAY GIN BOMBAY GIN BOMBAY GIN TANQUERAY GIN TANQUERAY GIN TANQUERAY GIN TANQUERAY GIN GLENMORE GIN GLENMORE GIN BOOTHS GIN HALLERS GIN HALLERS GIN GILBEYS GIN GILBEYS GIN GILBEYS GIN SENATORS CLUB GIN 4YR BARTON GIN BARTON GIN BLUECOAT GIN BOMBARDIER MILITARY BOMBAY SAPPHIRE GIN BOMBAY SAPPHIRE GIN BOMBAY SAPPHIRE GIN BOODLES BRITISH GIN BROKERS GIN BURNETTS GIN TRAVELER PARAMOUNT GIN NEW AMSTERDAM 200ML SEAGRAMS EXTRA DRY 200 TANQUERAY GIN 200ML CAORUNN GIN GILBEYS GIN TRAVELER NOLETS SILVER GIN GORDONS TRAVELER HENDRICK'S GIN HENDRICK'S GIN MC CORMICK GIN MAGELLAN MC CORMICK GIN MC CORMICK GIN MEIERS NO 94 GIN MR BOSTON ENGLISH MRKT GIN NEW AMSTERDAM GIN NEW AMSTERDAM GIN NEW AMSTERDAM GIN PARAMOUNT GIN 80 PARAMOUNT GIN 80 PINNACLE GIN PINNACLE GIN PLYMOUTH GIN RIGHT GIN SEAGRAMS APPLE TWST GIN SEAGRAMS DISTILLERS RSV SEAGRAMS DISTILLERS RSV SEAGRAM EXTRA DRY GN TRV SEAGRAM'S GRAPE GIN SEAGRAMS LIME TWISTED GIN SEAGRAMS LIME TWISTED GIN SEAGRAMS LIME TWISTED GIN SEAGRAMS ORANGE TWIST GIN BURNETTS WHITE SATIN GIN BURNETTS WHITE SATIN GIN BURNETTS WHITE SATIN GIN SMOOTH AMBLER GREENBRIER TANQUERAY NO 10 TANQUERAY RANGPUR 3 ISLANDS GIN WATERSHED DISTILLERY GIN WHITLEY NEILL GIN WOODSTONE CREEK GIN WOODSTONE CREEK GIN
$ 25.60 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 29.35 90.0
50 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY DECEMBER 2011
$ 7.10 80.0 $ 12.70 80.0 $ 12.30 80.0 $ 7.10 80.0 $ 17.95 80.0 $ 6.50 80.0 $ 12.35 80.0 $ 9.75 80.0 $ 19.85 80.0 $ 12.35 80.0 $ 15.15 94.0 $ 33.65 94.0 $ 7.55 94.0 $ 9.40 94.0 $ 16.15 90.0 $ 8.95 90.0 $ 14.95 80.0 $ 15.00 86.0 $ 30.00 86.0 $ 22.05 86.0 $ 17.80 94.6 $ 38.10 94.6 $ 17.05 94.6 $ 24.25 94.6 $ 12.30 80.0 $ 7.00 80.0 $ 19.85 90.0 $ 12.30 80.0 $ 7.10 80.0 $ 7.70 80.0 $ 16.70 80.0 $ 10.65 80.0 $ 4.05 80.0 $ 12.30 80.0 $ 7.20 80.0 $ 21.25 94.0 $ 5.75 86.0 $ 17.65 94.0 $ 40.60 94.0 $ 26.45 94.0 $ 14.30 90.4 $ 15.15 94.0 $ 6.90 80.0 $ 4.20 80.0 $ 2.95 80.0 $ 3.30 80.0 $ 4.15 94.6 $ 28.25 84.0 $ 7.70 80.0 $ 42.65 85.2 $ 3.25 80.0 $ 29.10 88.0 $ 59.85 88.0 $ 12.85 80.0 $ 26.45 88.0 $ 12.85 80.0 $ 7.45 80.0 $ 16.50 94.4 $ 7.00 80.0 $ 10.80 80.0 $ 21.45 80.0 $ 15.00 80.0 $ 12.85 80.0 $ 7.85 80.0 $ 9.05 80.0 $ 17.95 80.0 $ 22.95 82.4 $ 23.90 82.4 $ 9.05 70.0 $ 10.80 94.0 $ 20.55 94.0 $ 9.05 80.0 $ 9.05 70.0 $ 9.05 70.0 $ 17.95 70.0 $ 8.20 70.0 $ 9.05 70.0 $ 6.90 80.0 $ 15.35 80.0 $ 10.20 80.0 $ 21.25 80.0 $ 25.60 94.6 $ 19.40 82.6 $ 9.75 94.0 $ 24.65 88.0 $ 16.40 80.0 $ 28.70 94.0 $ 5.70 94.0
0065B ADMIRAL NELSON SPICED RUM 0065D ADMIRAL NELSON SPICED RUM 0065L ADMIRAL NELSON SPICED RUM 0077B ADMIRAL NELSON CHERRY 0094B APPLETON ESTATE EXTRA 12YR 0095B APPLETON WHITE RUM 0096B APPLETON ESTATE RESERVE 0097B APPLETON SPECIAL GOLD RUM 0098B APPLETON ESTATE 21 0099B APPLETON VX 0099D APPLETON VX 0197L ARISTOCRAT RUM 0355B ATLANTICO 0390B BACARDI 8 RUM 8YR 0392B BACARDI ARCTIC GRAPE 0394B BACARDI BIG APPLE 0397B BACARDI GOLD RESERVE 0400B BACARDI COCO RUM 0401B BACARDI SELECT RUM 0401L BACARDI SELECT RUM 0402B BACARDI GOLD TRAVELER 0405B BACARDI DRAGONBERRY 0405D BACARDI DRAGONBERRY 0412B BACARDI LIMON RUM 0412D BACARDI LIMON RUM 0412L BACARDI LIMON RUM 0420B BACARDI O RUM 0420L BACARDI O RUM 0422B BACARDI OAKHEART 0425B BACARDI PEACH RED 0432B BACARDI RAZZ RUM 0439B BACARDI SUPERIOR TRAVELER 0441B BACARDI GRAND MELON 0444E BACARDI MULTI-FLAVORED PAK 0447B BACARDI TORCHED CHERRY 0448B BACARDI ROCK COCONUT 0501D MR BOSTON LIGHT 0501L MR BOSTON LIGHT 0502D MR BOSTON DARK 0502L MR BOSTON DARK 0510B BACARDI 151 RUM 0510L BACARDI 151 RUM 0512B BACARDI GOLD RUM 0512D BACARDI GOLD RUM 0512L BACARDI GOLD RUM 0524B BARBANCOURT RES. SPECIALE 0536D RONRICO GOLD RUM 0536L RONRICO GOLD RUM 0537B RONRICO SILVER RUM 0537D RONRICO SILVER RUM 0537L RONRICO SILVER RUM 0539B MYERS ORIGINAL DARK RUM 0539D MYERS ORIGINAL DARK RUM 0539L MYERS ORIGINAL DARK RUM 0544B BACARDI SUPERIOR LIGHT 0544D BACARDI SUPERIOR LIGHT 0544E BACARDI SUPERIOR LIGHT 0544L BACARDI SUPERIOR LIGHT 0869B BACARDI ANEJO 0899B BLACK BEARD SPICED RUM 0947B BLACKHEART PREM SPICED RUM 0965D BOCADOR WHITE RUM FLORIDA 0965L BOCADOR WHITE RUM FLORIDA 1010B 10 CANE RUM 1010E 10 CANE RUM 1494B BRUGAL ANEJO RUM 1550L CALICO JACK SPICED RUM 1565B CABANA CACHACA 1656E LADY BLIGH SPICED 1755B CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICE RUM 1755D CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICE RUM 1755E CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICE RUM 1755L CAPTAIN MORGAN SPICE RUM 1757B CAPT MORGAN SPICED 100 1757D CAPT MORGAN SPICED 100 1758B CAPT MORGAN SPICED 100 TRVL 1762B CAPTAIN MORGAN TRAVELER RUM 1763B CAPTAIN MORGAN LIME BITE 1766L CAPT MORGAN PARROT BAY COCONT 1768B CAPTAIN MORGAN SLVR SPICE 1769B CAPTAIN MORGAN PVT STOCK 1772L CAPTAIN MORGAN TATTOO 1827D CASTILLO GOLD LABEL 1827L CASTILLO GOLD LABEL 1829B CASTILLO SILVER RUM 1829D CASTILLO SILVER RUM 1829L CASTILLO SILVER RUM 1838B CASTILLO SPICED RUM 1838L CASTILLO SPICED RUM 2067B CLEMENT CREOLE SHRUBB 2069B CLEMENT VSOP 2315B CORUBA SPICED 2388B CRUSOE ORGANIC SPICED RUM 2398L CRUZAN 151 PRF RUM 2400L CRUZAN BLACK CHERRY 2401L CRUZAN BANANNA 2402L CRUZAN PINEAPPLE 2403L CRUZAN BLACKSTRAP 2415B CRUZAN ESTATE DIAMOND
$ 6.45 70.0 $ 13.60 70.0 $ 8.00 70.0 $ 7.05 60.0 $ 19.65 80.0 $ 11.40 80.0 $ 19.50 80.0 $ 14.05 80.0 $ 74.10 86.0 $ 14.25 80.0 $ 24.95 80.0 $ 7.50 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 17.65 80.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 7.50 70.0 $ 14.80 80.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 10.55 80.0 $ 16.75 80.0 $ 10.55 80.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 24.70 70.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 24.70 70.0 $ 17.65 70.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 17.65 70.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 10.55 80.0 $ 12.35 70.0 $ 4.95 70.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 13.20 70.0 $ 13.60 80.0 $ 7.50 80.0 $ 13.60 80.0 $ 7.50 80.0 $ 17.65 151.0 $ 22.80 151.0 $ 10.55 80.0 $ 22.05 80.0 $ 16.75 80.0 $ 13.95 80.0 $ 16.70 80.0 $ 11.25 80.0 $ 8.75 80.0 $ 19.35 80.0 $ 11.45 80.0 $ 15.70 80.0 $ 22.85 80.0 $ 20.05 80.0 $ 10.55 80.0 $ 22.05 80.0 $ 8.80 80.0 $ 16.75 80.0 $ 15.85 80.0 $ 12.50 86.0 $ 12.55 93.0 $ 14.40 80.0 $ 8.20 80.0 $ 21.25 80.0 $ 10.75 80.0 $ 17.75 80.0 $ 8.00 70.0 $ 19.10 80.0 $ 3.80 72.5 $ 14.50 70.0 $ 28.05 70.0 $ 8.75 70.0 $ 18.30 70.0 $ 17.70 100.0 $ 30.75 100.0 $ 17.70 100.0 $ 14.50 70.0 $ 14.50 70.0 $ 17.55 90.0 $ 14.50 70.0 $ 19.15 80.0 $ 17.75 70.0 $ 16.30 80.0 $ 8.65 80.0 $ 7.05 80.0 $ 16.30 80.0 $ 8.65 80.0 $ 6.50 70.0 $ 8.65 70.0 $ 29.95 80.0 $ 34.30 80.0 $ 4.25 80.0 $ 29.45 151.0 $ 17.45 151.0 $ 6.80 55.0 $ 6.80 55.0 $ 6.80 55.0 $ 14.25 80.0 $ 14.95 80.0
2416L 2417B 2418B 2419L 2421L 2422B 2423B 2423D 2424L 2425B 2734B 3787B 5209B 5488B 5488D 5493L 5495L 5498B 5499B 5499D 5499L 5500L 5502L 5503L 5504L 5505B 6068B 6069B 6069D 6069L 6360D 6360L 6441D 6441L 6442D 6442L 6643D 6651B 6652B 6652D 6653B 6654B 6699L 7692B 7722B 7730L 7788L 7835B 7835D 7835L 7836B 7836D 7836L 7839L 8326B 8330B 8331B 8332B 8333B 8475B 8500B 8502B 8533D 8645B 8645D 8645L 8646B 8881B 8882B 9065B 9229B 9230B 9307L 9570B 9675B 9729B
CRUZAN MANGO CRUZAN ESTATE SNGL BRL RUM CRUZAN JUNKANU CITRIS CRUZAN COCONUT CRUZAN VANILLA CRUZAN ESTATE DARK CRUZAN ESTATE LIGHT CRUZAN ESTATE LIGHT CRUZAN GUAVA CRUZAN 9 DON Q CRISTAL GOSLINGS BLACK SEAL JOHN MCCULLOCH RUM KRAKEN BLACK SPICED KRAKEN BLACK SPICED LADY BLIGH BANANA LADY BLIGH CHERRY LADY BLIGH SPICED TRAVELER LADY BLIGH SPICED LADY BLIGH SPICED LADY BLIGH SPICED LADY BLIGH COCONUT LADY BLIGH MANGO LADY BLIGH PINEAPPLE$ LADY BLIGH VANILLA LADY BLIGH 151 RUM MALIBU BLACK MALIBU RUM MALIBU RUM MALIBU RUM MC CORMICK RUM MC CORMICK RUM MEIERS GD LABEL V ISLANDS MEIERS GD LABEL V ISLANDS MEIERS WH LAB V ISLND RUM MEIERS WH LAB V ISLND RUM MONTEGO BAY SILVER MT GAY XTRA OLD RUM MT GAY ECLIPSE MT GAY ECLIPSE MT GAY ECLIPSE SILVER MT GAY BLACK MYERS'S PLATINUM ORONOCO PLATINUM RESERVE PANAMA JACK SPICED PARAMOUNT 151 PARAMOUNT DRAGON FRUIT PARAMOUNT GOLD LBL PARAMOUNT GOLD LBL PARAMOUNT GOLD LBL PARAMOUNT WHITE LBL PARAMOUNT WHITE LBL PARAMOUNT WHITE LBL PARAMOUNT WHIPT CREME PYRAT X O RESERVE PUCKER CITRUS SQUEEZE PUCKER GRAPE GONE WILD PUCKER SOUR APPLE SASS PUCKER WILD CHERRY TEASE ROGUE RON MATUSALEM GRAN RESERVA RON MATUSALEM PLATINO RONRICO CLIPPER SPICED RUM SAILOR JERRY SPIC NAVY RUM SAILOR JERRY SPIC NAVY RUM SAILOR JERRY SPIC NAVY RUM SAILOR JERRY SPICED TRAVLR SEAGRAMS BRAZIL CITRUS RUM SEAGRAMS BRAZILIAN SPICED JACK NO 94 TOMMY BAHAMA GOLDEN SUN TOMMY BAHAMA WHITE SAND TRADER VICS PRIV SEL SILVR WHALER'S VANILLA WRAY & NEPHEW WH OVERPROOF ZAYA RUM
$ 6.80 55.0 $ 18.45 80.0 $ 9.85 70.0 $ 6.80 55.0 $ 6.80 55.0 $ 9.90 80.0 $ 9.90 80.0 $ 21.10 80.0 $ 6.80 55.0 $ 12.75 80.0 $ 9.65 80.0 $ 14.40 80.0 $ 22.10 80.0 $ 16.90 94.0 $ 24.95 94.0 $ 8.90 48.0 $ 8.90 48.0 $ 7.30 72.5 $ 7.30 72.5 $ 15.35 72.5 $ 9.30 72.5 $ 8.90 48.0 $ 8.90 48.0 $ 8.90 48.0 $ 8.90 48.0 $ 13.40 151.0 $ 12.55 70.0 $ 11.65 48.0 $ 22.30 48.0 $ 16.70 48.0 $ 14.00 80.0 $ 8.00 80.0 $ 14.45 80.0 $ 8.25 80.0 $ 14.45 80.0 $ 8.25 80.0 $ 14.05 80.0 $ 23.05 86.0 $ 15.15 80.0 $ 24.95 80.0 $ 13.40 80.0 $ 21.25 80.0 $ 9.25 80.0 $ 34.40 80.0 $ 25.40 70.0 $ 19.40 151.0 $ 10.70 80.0 $ 7.30 80.0 $ 14.45 80.0 $ 8.25 80.0 $ 7.30 80.0 $ 14.45 80.0 $ 8.25 80.0 $ 10.70 80.0 $ 21.85 80.0 $ 12.55 70.0 $ 12.55 70.0 $ 12.55 70.0 $ 12.55 70.0 $ 27.35 80.0 $ 18.10 80.0 $ 8.80 80.0 $ 14.05 70.0 $ 15.15 92.0 $ 28.40 92.0 $ 18.45 92.0 $ 15.15 92.0 $ 3.45 70.0 $ 3.45 80.0 $ 12.55 94.0 $ 9.15 80.0 $ 9.15 80.0 $ 10.60 80.0 $ 6.20 60.0 $ 16.00 126.0 $ 25.60 80.0
SCOTCH 0018B 0019B 0020B 0031B 0032B 0103B 0107B 1474B 0201B 0202B 0202D 0202E 0202L 0204B 0204D 0204L 0206D 0208B 0208D
ABERLOUR 18 YR ABERLOUR 12 YR SM ABERLOUR A'BUNADH ABERFELDY 12 YR ABERFELDY 21 YR ARDMORE SCOTCH ARDBEG 10YR SINGLE MALT BOWMORE 12 YR PINCH - HAIG 15 YR DEWARS DEWARS DEWARS DEWARS JOHNNIE WALKER RED 12 YR JOHNNIE WALKER RED 12 YR JOHNNIE WALKER RED 12 YR USHERS GREEN STRIPE LAUDERS 3 YR LAUDERS 3 YR
$ 69.25 86.0 $ 30.00 86.0 $ 54.55 119.0 $ 44.10 80.0 $150.00 80.0 $ 26.70 92.0 $ 38.70 92.0 $ 39.55 80.0 $ 29.70 80.0 $ 19.40 80.0 $ 39.70 80.0 $ 21.15 80.0 $ 27.35 80.0 $ 21.15 80.0 $ 42.40 80.0 $ 27.35 80.0 $ 22.25 80.0 $ 8.05 80.0 $ 17.10 80.0
0208L 0212B 0212D 0213D 0213L 0215B 0215D 0215L 0225B 0225D 0225L 0227B 0232B 0232D 0232L 0238B 0238D 0238L 0239B 0239D 0239L 0241D 0241L 0246D 0246L 0249D 0253B 0281B 0281D 0281L 0282B 0282L 0375B 0377B 0493B 0496B 0497B 0504B 0908B 1481B 1486B 1488B 1490B 1498B 1519B 1520B 1636E 1648E 1751B 2004B 2005B 2006B 2052D 2052L 2074B 2078B 2355B 2491B 2495B 2498B 2673B 2674B 2999B 3003B 3606B 3607B 3611B 3620B 3625B 3633B 3634B 3640B 3641B 3641D 3641L 3643B 3645B 3646B 3647B 3649B 3650E 3654B 3656B 3658B 3697B 3699B 4291B 4296B 4895B 4895L 5075B 5079B 5081B 5083B 5145B 5145D 5207B 5212B 5220B
LAUDERS 3 YR GRANTS STAND FAST GRANTS STAND FAST OLD SMUGGLER OLD SMUGGLER CHIVAS REGAL CHIVAS REGAL CHIVAS REGAL CUTTY SARK CUTTY SARK CUTTY SARK WHITE HORSE JOHNNIE WALKER BLACK 12 YR JOHNNIE WALKER BLACK 12 YR JOHNNIE WALKER BLACK 12 YR J & B RARE J & B RARE J & B RARE GRAND MACNISH 3 YR GRAND MACNISH 3 YR GRAND MACNISH 3 YR HIGHLAND MIST 3 YR HIGHLAND MIST 3 YR INVERHOUSE 3 YR INVERHOUSE 3 YR J W DANT SCOTCH BALLANTINES JAMESON IRISH WHSKY JAMESON IRISH WHSKY JAMESON IRISH WHSKY BUSHMILLS IRISH WSKY BUSHMILLS IRISH WSKY AUCHENTOSHAN 3 WOOD SMS AUCHENTOSHAN CLASSIC SMS BALVENIE SINGLE 15YR BALVENIE 14 CARIBBEAN CASK BALVENIE DOUBLEWOOD 12 YR BALVENIE PORTWOOD 21 YR BLACK BUSH IRISH WHSKY BOWMORE LEGEND SMS BUNNAHABHAIN RED SEAL BUNNAHABHAIN 12 YR BUCHANAN DELUXE 12 SCOTCH BRUICHLADDICH ROCKS BUSHMILLS 16 YR SINGLE MALT BUSHMILLS 10 YR IRISH GLENFIDDICH 45 COMBO JAMESON IRISH WHSKY CAOL ILA 12 YR SCOTCH CHIVAS REGAL SALUTE 21YR CHIVAS REGAL 25 CHIVAS REGAL 18 YR CLAN MACGREGOR SCOTCH CLAN MACGREGOR SCOTCH CLONTARF CLASSIC BLEND CLYNELISH CRAGGANMORE SNGL MALT SCOT 12 YR DALMORE STILLMAN 28 YR DALMORE 12 DALWHINNIE SNGL MALT SCOTC 15 YR DEWAR'S SIGNATURE DEWARS SPEC RSV 12 YR BLN SCOTCH FAMOUS GROUSE 12 YR FECKIN IRISH WHSKY GLENFIDDICH SPEC RES 12 YR GLEN GARIOCH GLENKINCHIE 12 YR GLENFIDDICH SOLER RSV 15 YR GLENFIDDICH ANCNT RSV 18 YR GLENFIDDICH GRAND RESERVA GLENFIDDICH 15YR DISTLY EDITION GLENLIVET 18 YEAR GLENLIVET SINGLE MALT 12 YR GLENLIVET SINGLE MALT 12 YR GLENLIVET SINGLE MALT 12 YR GLENLIVET ARCHIVE 86 21 YR GLENMORANGIE 10 YR GLENLIVET FRENCH OAK 15 YR GLENLIVET NADURRA 16 YR GLENMORANGIE LASANTA GLENMORANGIE 10 YR - 100ML GLENLIVET NADURRA TRIUM 91 GLENMORANGIE QUINTA RUBAN GLENMORANGIE NECTAR D OR GLENROTHES SELECT RESERVE GLENROTHES SCOTCH HIGHLAND PARK SNGL MALT 12YR HIGHLAND PARK 18Y IRISHMAN ORIGINAL CLAN WHISKEY IRISHMAN ORIGINAL CLAN WHISKEY JAMESON GOLD JAMESON VINTAGE RES. JAMESON 18 YR JAMESON 12 YR JOHN BARR RED JOHN BARR RED J. MCDOUGALS BLADNOCH JOHN POWER & SON IRISH GLD JOHNNIE WALKER BLUE
$ 10.35 $ 14.25 $ 31.90 $ 18.80 $ 11.45 $ 25.60 $ 58.10 $ 38.55 $ 16.85 $ 33.55 $ 21.10 $ 12.55 $ 33.35 $ 69.15 $ 43.00 $ 18.95 $ 36.35 $ 23.70 $ 8.15 $ 17.50 $ 10.60 $ 16.65 $ 9.55 $ 16.50 $ 10.35 $ 11.75 $ 12.55 $ 19.50 $ 44.10 $ 29.80 $ 17.55 $ 28.90 $ 49.20 $ 24.75 $ 60.50 $ 51.80 $ 44.90 $137.55 $ 31.00 $ 23.00 $ 87.80 $ 47.45 $ 29.20 $ 48.50 $ 58.65 $ 35.45 $ 42.80 $ 6.80 $ 44.30 $156.85 $218.90 $ 43.05 $ 16.20 $ 10.60 $ 17.60 $ 31.05 $ 48.30 $ 117.60 $ 36.10 52.70 $189.75 $ 26.45 $ 23.90 $ 16.90 $ 34.35 $ 16.35 $ 46.60 $ 43.95 $ 60.50 $ 139.00 $ 51.80 $ 60.50 $ 31.75 $ 68.55 $ 43.75 $120.70 $ 34.35 $ 41.35 $ 47.40 $ 43.05 $ 18.35 $ 69.25 $ 43.05 $ 56.15 $ 38.80 $ 67.75 $ 37.85 $107.00 $ 17.65 $ 27.95 $ 56.15 $ 173.90 $ 77.95 $ 36.95 $ 11.40 $ 24.90 $ 77.45 $ 16.90 $203.95
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 86.0 80.0 95.6 86.0 86.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 92.0 80.0 80.0 82.0 80.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 92.0 80.0 90.0 80.0 86.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 86.0 86.0 80.0 86.0 80.0 102.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 86.0 86.0 80.0 112.4 92.0 89.2 96.0 92.0 92.0 80.0 86.0 86.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 92.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 111.6 80.0 80.0
DECEMBER 2011 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY 51
5222B 5225B 5229B 5231B 5384B 5507B 5508B 5542B 5543B 5544B 6012B 6013B 6013D 6016B 6017B 6018B 6024B 6025B 6344B 6346B 6395B 6574B 6576B 6747B 6748B 7480B 7721L 7980D 8327D 8327L 8480B 8383B 8853D 8983B 9026B 9063B 9064B 9145B 9150B 9188B 9188D 9317B 9317L 9605B 9606B
JOHNNIE WALKER DOUBLE BLACK $39.50 80.0 JOHNNY WALKER BLK 100 ANNIVESARY $ 36.85 80.0 JOHNNIE WALKER GOLD 18 YR $ 74.60 80.0 JOHNNIE WALKER GRN $ 41.65 86.0 KILBEGGAN $ 14.30 80.0 LAGAVAULIN DISTILLERS ED. $ 86.90 86.0 LAGAVAULIN SINGLE MALT 16 YR $ 71.35 86.0 LAPHROAIG 18 YR $ 61.60 96.0 LAPHROAIG CASK STRENGTH 10 YR $ 55.45 115.6 LAPHROAIG SINGLE MALT 10 YR $ 34.30 86.0 MACALLAN CASK STRENGTH SMS $ 51.80 117.6 MACALLAN 12 YR SINGLE MALT $ 43.05 86.0 MACALLAN 12 YR SINGLE MALT $ 86.00 86.0 MACALLAN 18 YR SINGLE MALT $131.20 86.0 MACALLAN FINE OAK 10 YR $ 34.35 80.0 MACALLAN FINE OAK 15 YR $ 71.85 86.0 MACALLAN 25 YR $686.05 86.0 MACALLAN 30 YR $1217.60 86.0 MCCLELLANDS ISLAY $ 20.15 80.0 MCCLELLANDS HIGHLND $ 20.15 80.0 MCIVOR SCOTCH $ 12.55 80.0 MIDLETON $ 120.30 80.0 MICHAEL COLLINS BLENDED $ 21.25 80.0 OBAN DISTILLERS ADDITION $ 69.45 86.0 OBAN SINGLE MALT 14 $ 60.70 86.0 OLD PULTENEY 12 YR $ 25.60 86.0 PADDY IRISH WHISKEY $ 28.05 80.0 PASSPORT SCOTCH $ 22.30 80.0 QUEEN ANNE $ 18.45 80.0 QUEEN ANNE $ 9.75 80.0 ROGUE MALT WHISKEY $ 36.10 80.0 REDBREAST IRISH WHISKEY 12 YR $ 43.05 80.0 SCORESBY SCOTCH $ 17.45 80.0 SINGLETON SINGLE MALT 12 YR $ 34.40 80.0 SLANE CASTLE $ 20.35 80.0 SPEYBURN SINGLE MALT 10 YR $ 20.40 86.0 SPEYBURN BRADAN ORACH $ 16.90 80.0 TALISKER SINGLE MALT 10 YR $ 51.10 91.6 TAMDHU SCOTCH WHISKEY 10 YR $ 19.50 80.0 FAMOUS GROUSE $ 19.80 80.0 FAMOUS GROUSE $ 37.15 80.0 TULLAMORE DEW - IRELAND $ 20.40 80.0 TULLAMORE DEW - IRELAND $ 28.05 80.0 WILD SCOTSMAN 15 YR $ 37.70 92.0 WILD SCOTSMAN BLACK LABEL $ 43.10 94.0 TEQUILA
0038L 0039B 0040B 0048B 0050B 0093L 0371B 0372B 0373B 0374B 0487B 1544B 1545B 1546B 1628E 1662E 1664E 1674E 1676E 1810B 1846B 1847B 1848B 1857B 1858B 1859B 1860B 1862B 2280B 2281B 2282B 2306B 2317B 2318B 2410B 2410D 2410E 2410L 2411B 2411D 2411L 2721B 2721E 2722B 2722D 2724B 2725B 2726B 2760B 2761B
AGAVALES TEQUILA GOLD 110 AGAVERO ORANGE TEQUILA AGAVE LOCO AGAVALES GOLD 80 ALIEN TEQUILA SILVER AQUI VAMOS TEQ BLANCO ASOMBROSO SILVER AVION ANEJO AVION REPOSADO AVION SILVER BALUARTE TEQUILA CABO WABO ANEJO CABO WABO BLANCO CABO WABO REPOSADO CUERVO ESPECIAL SILVER 200 PATRON ANEJO PATRON SILVER 200ML SAUZA HORNITOS PLATA PATRON REPOSADO CASA NOBLE CRYSTAL CAZADORES ANEJO CAZADORES BLANCO CAZADORES REPOSADO CENTENARIO PLATA CENTENARIO REPOSADO CENTENARIO ROSANGEL CENTENARIO TENAMPA AZUL CHAMUCOS REPOSADO ESP TEQ CORAZON TEQUILA ANJEO CORAZON BLANCO CORAZON REPOSADO CORONADO TEQUILA CORZO REPOSADO CORZO SILVER CUERVO ESPECIAL CUERVO ESPECIAL CUERVO ESPECIAL CUERVO ESPECIAL 1800 REPOSADO TEQ 1800 REPOSADO TEQ 1800 REPOSADO TEQ DON JULIO ANEJO DON JULIO ANEJO DON JULIO BLANCO DON JULIO BLANCO DON JULIO REPOSADO DON JULIO REAL DON JULIO 70TH ANNIVERSARY DOS LUNAS SILVER DOS MANOS BLANCO
52 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY DECEMBER 2011
$ 15.55 64.0 $ 18.65 110.0 $ 25.75 71.0 $ 12.55 80.0 $ 45.30 80.0 $ 9.50 80.0 $ 19.30 80.0 $ 47.45 80.0 $ 43.05 80.0 $ 38.70 80.0 $ 19.55 80.0 $ 38.70 80.0 $ 30.00 80.0 $ 34.30 80.0 $ 5.50 80.0 $ 16.40 80.0 $ 14.65 80.0 $ 5.25 80.0 $ 15.50 80.0 $ 19.30 80.0 $ 34.95 80.0 $ 22.05 80.0 $ 26.45 80.0 $ 18.35 80.0 $ 21.05 80.0 $ 14.30 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 42.65 80.0 $ 31.50 80.0 $ 22.00 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 10.70 90.0 $ 32.00 80.0 $ 35.50 80.0 $ 16.10 80.0 $ 30.10 80.0 $ 11.95 80.0 $ 21.70 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 36.30 80.0 $ 29.80 80.0 $ 21.95 80.0 $ 26.65 80.0 $ 43.70 80.0 $ 79.05 80.0 $ 45.20 80.0 $263.50 80.0 $ 61.50 80.0 $ 31.75 80.0 $ 13.40 80.0
2883B 2884B 2885B 2891B 2899B 2900B 2903B 2903D 2903L 2905B 2907B 2908B 2909B 2910B 2911B 2914B 2916B 2916D 2917B 2917D 2926B 2926D 2926L 2927B 2927D 2927L 2937B 2940B 2996B 2997B 3820B 4109B 4114B 4115B 5240L 5243B 5244B 5247B 5247D 5247E 5247L 5249L 5250L 5253B 5254L 5497B 5497D 5497L 5501B 5501D 5501L 6001B 6002B 6003B 6004B 6005B 6058B 6110B 6112B 6117B 6118B 6119B 6119D 6345L 6580B 6584B 6585B 6586B 6588B 6642B 6645L 6647L 6649L 6731B 6863B 6864B 6865B 6866B 6867B 6868B 7979B 7982B 7982D 7984B 7984D 7985B 8063B 8280B 8281B 8440D 8440L 8442L 8717B 8718B 8719B 8719L 8721B 8722B 8723B
EL ARCO ANEJO EL ARCO BLANCO EL ARCO REPOSADO EL CABALLO ESTRELLA MIXTO EL CHARRO REPOSADO EL CHARRO SILVER 1800 TEQUILA SILVER 1800 TEQUILA SILVER 1800 TEQUILA SILVER 1800 SELECT SILVER EL GRADO BLANCO 1800 COLLECTION EXTRA ANEJO EL MAYOR ANEJO EL MAYOR BLANCO EL MAYOR REPOSADO EL JIMADOR ANEJO EL JIMADOR BLANCO EL JIMADOR BLANCO EL JIMADOR REPOSADO EL JIMADOR REPOSADO EL TORO GOLD EL TORO GOLD EL TORO GOLD EL TORO SILVER EL TORO SILVER EL TORO SILVER ESPOLON BLANCO ESPOLON REPOSADO FAMILIA CAMARENA REPOSADO FAMILIA CAMARENA SILVER GRAN PATRON PLATINUM TEQ HERRADURA ANEJO HERRADURA REPOSADO HERRADURA SILVER CUERVO BLACK MEDALLION CUERVO TRADICIONAL 1800 ANEJO CUERVO ESPECIAL SILVER CUERVO ESPECIAL SILVER CUERVO ESPECIAL SILVER CUERVO ESPECIAL SILVER JUAREZ SILVER JUAREZ GOLD CUERVO PLATINO JUAREZ GOLD DSS LA PRIMA WHITE LA PRIMA WHITE LA PRIMA WHITE LA PRIMA GOLD TEQ LA PRIMA GOLD TEQ LA PRIMA GOLD TEQ LUNA NUEVA ANEJO LUNA NUEVA REPOSADO LUNA NUEVA SILVER LUNAZUL BLANCO LUNAZUL REPOSADO MAESTRO DOBEL MARGARITAVILLE ISLAND LIME MARGARITAVILLE TROP TANGER MARGARITAVILLE LAST MANGO MARGARITAVILLE TEQ SILVER MARGARITAVILLE TEQ GOLD MARGARITAVILLE TEQ GOLD MATADOR GOLD TEQ MILAGRO SILVER MILAGRO ANEJO MILAGRO REPOSADO MILAGRO SBR REP MILAGRO SBR SILVER MONTE ALBAN TEQUILA MONTEZUMA BLUE MONTEZUMA WHITE - MEXICO MONTEZUMA GOLD – MEXICO 901 SILVER TEQUILA VOODOO TIKI ANEJO VOODOOTIKI BLUE DRAGON VOODOOTIKI DESERT ROSE VOODOOTIKI GREEN DRAGON VOODOOTIKI PLATINUM VOODOOTIKI RAPOSADO PARTIDA BLANCO PATRON ANEJO PATRON ANEJO PATRON SILVER PATRON SILVER PATRON REPOSADO PEPE LOPEZ GOLD PORFIDIO PLATA PORFIDIO SILVER RIO GRANDE SILVER RIO GRANDE SILVER RIO GRANDE GOLD CIEN ANOS BLANCO CIEN ANOS REPOSADO SAUZA BLANCO SAUZA BLANCO SAUZA TRES GEN PLATA TEQ. SAUZA TRES GENER ANEJO SAUZA EXTRA GOLD
$ 50.75 $ 43.70 $ 50.75 $16.00 $12.55 $12.55 $ 24.60 $ 36.30 $ 29.80 $ 30.00 $ 33.95 $ 1556.30 $ 30.00 $ 16.20 $ 17.10 $ 21.25 $ 16.00 $ 29.30 $ 16.00 $ 29.30 $ 12.55 $ 23.15 $ 15.80 $ 12.55 $ 16.65 $ 15.80 $ 18.65 $ 18.65 $ 17.40 $ 17.40 $173.55 $ 40.45 $ 34.35 $ 34.35 $ 18.95 $ 18.60 $ 28.10 $ 16.10 $ 30.10 $ 6.30 $ 21.70 $ 9.85 $ 9.85 $ 41.95 $ 7.95 $ 9.25 $ 17.40 $ 9.75 $ 5.30 $ 17.40 $ 9.75 $ 40.55 $ 32.65 $ 30.00 $ 15.15 $ 15.15 $ 43.05 $ 8.00 $ 6.95 $ 11.65 $ 10.80 $ 10.80 $ 23.20 $ 10.25 $ 23.85 $ 24.45 $ 25.60 $ 33.35 $ 43.05 $ 15.60 $ 7.15 $ 9.75 $ 9.75 $ 34.35 $ 47.10 $ 16.55 $ 21.25 $ 16.55 $ 29.00 $ 33.55 $ 28.95 $ 49.80 $ 86.55 $ 42.80 $ 92.45 $ 43.70 $ 10.55 $ 47.25 $ 24.50 $ 17.40 $ 9.75 $ 9.75 $ 11.15 $ 9.05 $ 13.20 $ 19.40 $ 60.90 $ 39.60 $ 13.20
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 100.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 50.0 70.0 70.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 67.0 67.0 67.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
8723D 8723L 8727B 8733B 8734B 8734D 8737B 8739L 8860B 8861B 8862B 8863B 8931B 8932B 8942B 9169B 9170B 9171B 9172B 9173B 9176B 9177B 9178B 9179B 9180B 9181B 9184B 9199L 9222B 9223B 9224B 9252L 9253L 9308B 9309B 9363B 9364B 9737B
SAUZA EXTRA GOLD SAUZA EXTRA GOLD SAUZA CONMEMORATIVO SAUZA HORNITOS ANEJO SAUZA HORNITOS PLATA SAUZA HORNITOS PLATA SAUZA BLUE SILVER SAUZA GIRO SILVER SCORPIAN MEZCAL ANEJO 1 YR SCORPIAN MEZCAL ANEJO 3 YR SCORPIAN MEZCAL REPOSADO SCORPIAN MEZCAL SILVER SENOR FROGS PLATA SENOR FROGS REPOSADO SEMENTIAL SILVER TEQ TARANTULA AZUL TARANTULA REPOSADO TARANTULA LIME TARANTULA STAWBERRY SAUZA HORNITOS REPOSADO TEQUILA REPOSADO TEQUILA SILVER TEQ OCHO PLATA LAS POMEZ TEQ OCHO REPOSADO LAS POMEZ TEQ OCHO ANEJO EXT EL VEGL TEQ OCHO ANEJO SAN AUGUSTN TEQUILA 30 - 30 REPOSADO 3 ISLAND WHITE TEQUILA TIERRA'S ANEJO TIERRA'S BLANCO TIERRA'S REPOSADO TORTILLA SILVER TORTILLA GOLD TRES RIOS SILVER TRES RIOS REPOSADO TWO FINGERS TEQUILA GOLD TWO FINGERS TEQUILA WHITE ZAPOPAN REPOSADO
$ 26.40 80.0 $ 19.40 80.0 $ 17.60 80.0 $ 22.00 80.0 $ 19.35 80.0 $ 33.65 80.0 $ 16.00 80.0 $ 9.30 80.0 $ 17.35 80.0 $ 35.85 80.0 $ 14.85 80.0 $ 16.15 80.0 $ 12.35 80.0 $ 14.10 80.0 $ 38.45 80.0 $ 15.00 70.0 $ 9.70 80.0 $ 12.75 70.0 $ 12.75 70.0 $ 21.10 80.0 $ 32.60 80.0 $ 30.00 80.0 $ 43.05 80.0 $ 47.45 80.0 $130.35 80.0 $51.80 80.0 $ 13.65 80.0 $ 7.40 80.0 $ 18.70 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 19.35 80.0 $ 8.35 80.0 $ 8.35 80.0 $ 19.60 80.0 $ 20.15 80.0 $ 12.55 80.0 $ 11.65 80.0 $ 7.65 80.0
VODKA 0027B 0028B 0028D 0028L 0034B 0036B 0042B 0042L 0049B 0052B 0054B 0054L 0056B 0057B 0057D 0057E 0057L 0060B 0060L 0061B 0062L 0063E 0064B 0064D 0064L 0068L 0069B 0069L 0070L 0074L 0194D 0194L 0450B 0194L 0737B 0737D 0737L 0832B 0834B 0835B 0838B 0838D 0838L 0840B 0841B 0842B 0846B 0946B 0847B 0953B 0958B 0958D 1390B 1426B 1426D 1483B 1523B
ABSOLUT WILD TEA ABSOLUT CITRON ABSOLUT CITRON ABSOLUT CITRON ALCHEMIA CHOCOLATE ABSOLUT KURANT VDK ABSOLUT APEACH ABSOLUT APEACH ABSOLUT ORIENT APPLE ABSOLUT BERRI ACAI ABSOLUT 100 BLACK ABSOLUT 100 BLACK ABSOLUT SAN FRANCISCO ABSOLUT 80 ABSOLUT 80 ABSOLUT 80 ABSOLUT 80 ABSOLUT PEARS ABSOLUT PEARS ABSOLUT PEPPAR VDK ABSOLUT RUBY RED ABSOLUT MINI BAR ABSOLUT MANDRIN VDK ABSOLUT MANDRIN VDK ABSOLUT MANDRIN VDK ABSOLUT RASPBERRI ABSOLUT VANILA ABSOLUT VANILA ABSOLUT & CITRON TWIN PACK ABSOLUT MANGO ARISTOCRAT ARISTOCRAT BACKON ARISTOCRAT PARAMOUNT CHERRY PARAMOUNT CHERRY PARAMOUNT CHERRY BELVEDERE BLDY MARY BELVEDERE PINK GRAPEFRUIT BELVEDERE BLACK RASPBERRY BELVEDERE VDK BELVEDERE VDK BELVEDERE VDK BELVEDERE IX BELVEDERE CYTRUS BELVEDERE ORANGE BELVEDERE INTENSE BLAVOD THE BLACK BELVEDERE INTENSE UNFILTERED BLUE ANGEL VODKA BLUE ICE VDK BLUE ICE VDK BOMBORA VDK BORU ORIGINAL VDK BORU ORIGINAL VDK BOYD & BLAIR BURNETTS ESPRESSO
$ 16.90 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 29.30 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 14.75 80.0 $ 12.20 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 17.25 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 20.40 100.0 $ 17.60 100.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 33.65 80.0 $ 18.90 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 15.35 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 6.75 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 29.30 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 42.20 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 11.85 80.0 $ 7.10 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 7.10 80.0 $ 8.20 65.0 $ 14.85 65.0 $ 10.70 65.0 $ 22.15 80.0 $ 22.15 80.0 $ 22.15 80.0 $ 22.15 80.0 $ 46.75 80.0 $ 34.15 80.0 $ 24.00 80.0 $ 22.15 80.0 $ 22.15 80.0 $ 25.60 100.0 $ 20.95 80.0 $ 23.90 80.0 $ 17.35 80.0 $ 14.30 80.0 $ 24.95 80.0 $ 9.00 80.0 $ 9.95 80.0 $ 20.20 80.0 $ 20.20 80.0 $ 5.15 70.0
1525B 1525D 1525L 1526B 1527B 1528B 1529B 1530B 1531B 1533B 1534B 1536B 1539B 1540B 1611E 1640E 1641E 1643E 1661E 1675E 1676E 1678E 1852B 2009B 2012B 2048B 2048D 2048L 2050B 2050L 2051B 2053B 2053D 2053L 2358L 2385B 2392D 2392L 2444B 2444D 2455B 2456B 2457B 2458B 2452B 2452D 2658B 2659B 2778B 2782B 2893B 2895B 2896B 2897B 2898B 2952B 3011B 3011D 3011L 3014B 3016B 3016D 3019B 3020B 3023B 3025B 3026B 3028B 3031B 3086B 3072L 3079B 3080B 3084B 3084D 3084L 3088B 3089B 3097B 3579B 3586B 3586D 3691B 3692B 3783B 3888B 3907B 3907D 3907L 3909L 3910L 3912L 3919E 3968B 3971B 3973B 3975B 3976B 3977B
BURNETTS BURNETTS BURNETTS BURNETTS PINK LEMONADE BURNETTS RASPBERRY BURNETT'S VANILLA BURNETT'S FRUIT PUNCH BURNETTS SOUR APPLE BURNETTS CHERRY BURNETTS BLUEBERRY BURNETTS STRAWBERRY BURNETTS ORANGE CREME VODKA BURNETTS WATERMELON BURNETTS WHIPPED CREAM BURNETTS VODKA GREY GOOSE 200ML GREY GOOSE L'ORANGE GREY GOOSE LE CITRON PARAMOUNT 100 VODKA SKYY 200 SMIRNOFF 100 SVEDKA TRAVELER 200 CHAMBORD FLAVORED VODKA CHOPIN CHOPIN RYE VODKA CIROC SUPER PREMIUM CIROC SUPER PREMIUM CIROC SUPER PREMIUM CIROC COCONUT CIROC COCONUT CIROC PEACH CIROC RED BERRY CIROC RED BERRY CIROC RED BERRY CRAV VODKA CRISTALL SIGNATURE SERIES CROWN RUSSE 80 PROOF VDK CROWN RUSSE CRYSTAL HEAD CRYSTAL HEAD CUPCAKE CHIFFON VODKA CUPCAKE DEVILS FOOD VODKA CUPCAKE FROSTING VODKA CUPCAKE ORIGINAL VODKA CRYSTAL SPIRITS BUCKEYE VODKA CRYSTAL SPIRITS BUCKEYE VODKA DENAKA DENAKA BLACK CHERRY DOUBLE CROSS VODKA DOWNUNDER ED HARDY EFFEN CUCUMBER EFFEN BLACK CHERRY EFFEN EFFEN RASPBERRY EVERCLEAR FINLANDIA 80 FINLANDIA 80 FINLANDIA 80 FINLANDIA GRAPEFRUIT FIREFLY SWEET TEA FIREFLY SWEET TEA FINLANDIA MANGO FUSION FINLANDIA TANGERINE FUSION FIRESTARTER VODKA FIREFLY MINT TEA FIREFLY RASPBERRY TEA VDK FIREFLY SKINNY TEA FINLANDIA RASPERRY FROZEN GHOST VODKA 42 BELOW PURE 44 NORTH HUCKLEBERRY VODKA 44 NORTH NORTH RAINER VODKA FRIS FRIS FRIS FUZZY FRIS BLUEBERRY VODKA GALENS GILBEY’S TRVLR 80 GILBEY'S VDK 100 GILBEY'S VDK 100 GODIVA CHOCOLATE GODIVA CHOCOLATE GORDONS TRAVELER GRAND TOURING VODKA GREY GOOSE GREY GOOSE GREY GOOSE GREY GOOSE LA POIRE GREY GOOSE L'ORANGE GREY GOOSE LE CITRON GREY GOOSE 50ML MULTI-PACK HAMMER & SICKLE VDK HANGAR ONE STRAIGHT HANGAR ONE CHIPOTLE CHILI HANGAR ONE KAFFIR LIME VDK HANGAR ONE MANDARIN HANGAR ONE BLUEBERRY
$ 8.15 80.0 $ 13.60 80.0 $ 9.75 80.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 2.95 80.0 $ 9.50 80.0 $ 9.50 80.0 $ 9.50 80.0 $ 4.20 100.0 $ 4.20 80.0 $ 5.25 100.0 $ 3.30 80.0 $ 21.25 75.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 31.30 80.0 $ 61.45 80.0 $ 35.05 80.0 $ 31.30 70.0 $ 34.40 70.0 $ 31.30 70.0 $ 31.30 70.0 $ 61.45 70.0 $ 34.40 70.0 $ 28.70 80.0 $ 13.40 80.0 $ 1165 80.0 $ 6.85 80.0 $ 43.05 80.0 $ 86.00 80.0 $ 13.40 70.0 $ 13.40 70.0 $ 13.40 70.0 $ 13.40 70. $ 16.85 80.0 $ 30.15 80.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 7.30 70.0 $ 34.30 80.0 $ 7.40 80.0 $ 23.85 80.0 $ 21.25 75.0 $ 21.25 75.0 $ 21.25 80.0 $ 21.25 80.0 $ 14.05 190.0 $ 12.55 80.0 $ 24.95 80.0 $ 19.30 80.0 $ 12.55 75.0 $ 16.90 70.0 $ 24.95 70.0 $ 12.55 75.0 $ 13.15 75.0 $ 18.65 80.0 $ 5.80 70.0 $ 10.05 70.0 $ 16.90 60.0 $ 12.55 75.0 $ 25.00 80.0 $ 21.15 84.0 $ 21.25 70.0 $ 21.25 70.0 $ 8.15 80.0 $ 16.20 80.0 $ 10.60 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 11.70 151.0 $ 12.55 151.0 $ 7.40 80.0 $ 8.20 100.0 $ 18.45 100.0 $ 26.35 60.0 $ 26.35 60.0 $ 8.20 80.0 $ 16.45 80.0 $ 28.20 80.0 $57.35 80.0 $ 34.40 80.0 $ 34.40 80.0 $ 34.40 80.0 $ 34.40 80.0 $ 8.45 80.0 $ 22.15 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0
DECEMBER 2011 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY 53
4869B 5000D 5000L 5004D 5004L 5013D 5015D 5015L 5016B 5016D 5016L 5018B 5018D 5018L 5020B 5020D 5020L 5021B 5021D 5021E 5021L 5025D 5028D 5028L 5029B 5030L 5033L 5036D 5036L 5038B 5038D 5038L 5039B 5039D 5039L 5040B 5040D 5040L 5074B 5090B 5106B 5106D 5210B 5258B 5261B 5308B 5308D 5308L 5309B 5309D 5310L 5311L 5313B 5382B 5382D 5382E 5382L 5383D 5383L 5385L 5386B 5387B 5489B 5490B 5490D 5490L 5492B 5882B 6008B 6008D 6391D 6391L 6428B 6460L 6591B 6620B 6659B 6660B 6661B 6718L 6741B 7336L 7698B 7699B 7701B 7716B 7728L 7834L 7834D 7837L 7846D 7846L 7897L 7921B 7990B 7991B 7992B 7994B 7995B 7996B
ICEBURG VDK $ 7.85 80.0 GILBEY'S VDK 80 $ 14.70 80.0 GILBEY'S VDK 80 $ 9.15 80.0 CRYSTAL VDK 80 $ 11.85 80.0 CRYSTAL VDK 80 $ 7.10 80.0 FLEISCHMANN ROYAL $ 11.55 80.0 WOLFSCHMIDT $ 14.50 80.0 WOLFSCHMIDT $ 8.05 80.0 SMIRNOFF #57 100 $ 13.00 100.0 SMIRNOFF #57 100 $ 26.35 100.0 SMIRNOFF #57 100 $ 17.25 100.0 GORDONS 80 $ 8.20 80.0 GORDONS 80 $ 16.25 80.0 GORDONS 80 $ 9.70 80.0 PARAMOUNT 80 $ 7.00 80.0 PARAMOUNT 80 $ 14.45 80.0 PARAMOUNT 80 $ 8.70 80.0 SMIRNOFF NO. 21 80 $ 11.40 80.0 SMIRNOFF NO. 21 80 $ 20.20 80.0 SMIRNOFF NO. 21 80 $ 7.85 80.0 SMIRNOFF NO. 21 80 $ 13.75 80.0 MR BOSTON RIVA 100 $ 13.60 100.0 BARTON VDK $ 11.75 80.0 BARTON VDK $ 7.00 80.0 BARTON TRAVELER $ 11.60 80.0 HALLERS 80 $ 6.85 80.0 TAMIROV 100 $ 4.95 100.0 NIKOLAI $ 13.60 80.0 NIKOLAI $ 7.00 80.0 PARAMOUNT 100 $ 9.05 100.0 PARAMOUNT 100 $ 17.10 100.0 PARAMOUNT 100 $ 10.20 100.0 PARAMOUNT 90 $ 7.50 90.0 PARAMOUNT 90 $ 15.95 90.0 PARAMOUNT 90 $ 7.10 90.0 POPOV 80 $ 6.90 80.0 POPOV 80 $ 13.65 80.0 POPOV 80 $ 8.05 80.0 JAMES RIVER PLANT SWEET VODKA $ 17.00 70.0 JEAN MARC XO VDK $ 28.30 80.0 JEREMIAH WEED SWEET TEA $ 16.95 70.0 JEREMIAH WEED SWEET TEA $ 24.95 70.0 JOHN MCCULLOCH $ 11.90 80.0 JR JOHNSONS MIDNIGHT MOON $ 17.75 80.0 JR JOHNSONS MIDNIGHT MOON APPLE PIE $ 17.75 80.0 KAMCHATKA 80 $ 6.45 80.0 KAMCHATKA 80 $ 13.65 80.0 KAMCHATKA 80 $ 7.85 80.0 KAMCHATKA 90 $ 8.90 90.0 KAMCHATKA 90 $ 16.20 90.0 KAMCHATKA CHERRY $ 9.95 70.0 KAMCHATKA GRAPE $ 9.95 70.0 KAMCHATKA TRAVELER $ 6.45 80.0 KETEL ONE $ 20.20 80.0 KETEL ONE $ 40.65 80.0 KETEL ONE $ 20.70 80.0 KETEL ONE $ 28.95 80.0 KETEL ONE CITROEN $ 40.65 80.0 KETEL ONE CITROEN $ 28.95 80.0 KETEL ONE ORANJE $ 28.95 80.0 KHORTYTSA HONEY PEPPER $ 20.70 80.0 KHORTYTSA PLATINUM $ 19.90 80.0 KORSKI TRAVELER $ 6.50 80.0 KORSKI $ 6.50 80.0 KORSKI $ 11.85 80.0 KORSKI $ 7.10 80.0 KUTSKOUA $ 8.90 80.0 LEVEL $ 25.60 80.0 LUKSUSOWA $ 9.90 80.0 LUKSUSOWA $ 23.20 80.0 MC CORMICK $ 13.00 80.0 MC CORMICK $ 7.35 80.0 MEDEA $ 27.45 80.0 MEIER'S VDK PLASTIC $ 7.40 80.0 KRU VODKA $ 16.85 82.0 MONOPOLOWA POTATO $ 12.55 80.0 MOON MOUNTAIN VODKA $ 16.95 70.0 MOON MTN COASTAL CITRUS $ 12.25 70.0 MOON MTN WILD RASPBERRY $ 16.95 70.0 NEW AMSTERDAM VODKA $ 13.25 70.0 OCEAN VODKA $ 28.25 70.0 MR BOSTON VODKA $ 6.75 80.0 OYO $ 27.90 80.0 OYO HONEY VANILLA BEAN $ 28.85 80.0 OYO STONE FRUIT $ 28.70 80.0 NUTLIQUOR PEANUT BUTTER $ 30.80 80.0 PARAMOUNT ORANGE FLV VDK $ 10.70 65.0 PARA ULTRA BUBBLE $ 10.70 65.0 PARA ULTRA BUBBLE $ 15.35 65.0 PARAMOUNT VANILLA $ 10.70 65.0 PARAMOUNT GRAPE $ 14.85 65.0 PARAMOUNT GRAPE $ 10.70 65.0 PARAMOUNT SWEET TEA $ 7.40 65.0 PARAMOUNT 100 TRVLR $ 8.85 100.0 PEACHKA $ 3.30 70.0 PEARL $ 9.90 80.0 PEARL POMEGRANATE $ 9.90 70.0 PEARL CUCUMBER VDK $ 9.90 70.0 PEARL BLUEBERRY VDK $ 5.20 70.0 PEARL COCONUT VDK $ 9.90 70.0
54 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY DECEMBER 2011
7997B 8074B 8234B 8236B 8237B 8238B 8239B 8241B 8242B 8243B 8243D 8243L 8244B 8244D 8245B 8246B 8248B 8250B 8251B 8252B 8253B 8253D 8254B 8254D 8255B 8256B 8257B 8283B 8285B 8291B 8293B 8295B 8321B 8323B 8325B 8338B 8338D 8413B 8488B 8490B 8492B 8627D 8631B 8631D 8880B 8880D 8880L 8884B 8885B 8886B 8896D 8896L 8908B 8910B 8915B 8915D 8930L 8934B 8937B 9006L 9007L 9008E 9009L 9010L 9011L 9012B 9012D 9012E 9012L 9014D 9014L 9016L 9017L 9018L 9022B 9024B 9024L 9025B 9027B 9028B 9029B 9030e 9032B 9032D 9032L 9033B 9033L 9034B 9034D 9034L 9035B 9036B 9037B 9038B 9038D 9038L 9039B 9039D 9039L 9040B
PEARL PLUM PEUREUX PINNACLE COCONUT PINNACLE CAKE PINNACLE COTTON CANDY PINNACLE CITRUS PINNACLE BERRY PINNACLE LE DOUBLE EXPRESSO PINNACLE KIWI STRAWBER PINNACLE PINNACLE PINNACLE PINNACLE CHERRY VDK PINNACLE CHERRY VDK PINNACLE RASPBERRY PINNACLE GRAPE PINNACLE MANGO PINNACLE VANILLA PINNACLE TROPICAL PUNCH PINNACLE 100 PINNACLE WHIPPED PINNACLE WHIPPED PINNACLE CHOCOLATE WHIPPED PINNACLE CHOCOLATE WHIPPED PINNACLE ORANGE WHIPPED PINNACLE GUMMY PINNACLE MARSHMALLOW PLAYERS EXTREME CARAMEL PLAYERS EXTRM CHERRY VDK POPOV TRAVELER PRAIRIE ORGANIC KOSHER VDK PRAVDA PROOF 105 PURUS PROOF 110 RAIN ORGANICS RAIN ORGANICS REYKA VDK ROKK CITRUS ROKK ORANGE ROKK RUSKOVA GENUINE RUSSIAN VD RUSSIAN STANDARD ORIGINAL RUSSIAN STANDARD ORIGINAL SEAGRAMS EXTRA SMOOTH VDK SEAGRAMS EXTRA SMOOTH VDK SEAGRAMS EXTRA SMOOTH VDK SEAGRAMS APPLE SEAGRAMS BLACK CHERRY SEAGRAMS CITRUS SKOL SKOL SEAGRAMS RASBERRY SEAGRAM'S SWEET TEA SEAGRAMS PLATINUM SEAGRAMS PLATINUM SENATORS CLUB VDK SEVERKA SEVEN BROTHERS VODKA SKYY INFUSIONS BLOOD ORANG SKYY INFUSIONS DRAGON FRUIT SKYY INFUSIONS RAINBOW PAC SKYY INFUSION PINEAPPLE SKYY INFUSION PASSIONFRUIT SKYY INFUSION RASPBERRY SKYY SKYY SKYY SKYY SKYY INFUSION CITRUS SKYY INFUSION CITRUS SKYY INFUSION CHERRY SKYY INFUSIONS GINGER VDK SKYY INFUSION GRAPE SMIRNOFF BLACK CHERRY SMIRNOFF BLUEBERRY SMIRNOFF BLUEBERRY SMIRNOFF CRANBERRY SMIRNOFF DARK ROASTED ESPR SMIRNOFF MELONTWIST SMIRNOFF LIME SMIRNOFF FLAVOR TWIST 5 PACK SMIRNOFF SILVER SMIRNOFF SILVER SMIRNOFF SILVER SMIRNOFF GREENAPPLE SMIRNOFF GREENAPPLE SMIRNOFF CITRUS SMIRNOFF CITRUS SMIRNOFF CITRUS SMIRNOFF POMEGRANATE TWIST SMIRNOFF TRAVELER SMIRNOFF PASSION FRUIT SMIRNOFF ORANGE SMIRNOFF ORANGE SMIRNOFF ORANGE SMIRNOFF RASPBERRY SMIRNOFF RASPBERRY SMIRNOFF RASPBERRY SMIRNOFF VANILLA
$ 9.90 70.0 $ 25.60 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 9.65 80.0 $ 17.95 80.0 $ 12.35 80.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 18.80 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 12.55 100.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 18.80 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 18.80 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.40 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 12.85 70.0 $ 12.85 70.0 $ 6.90 80.0 $ 15.60 80.0 $ 17.50 80.0 $ 8.20 105.0 $ 16.90 80.0 $ 8.25 110.0 $ 14.30 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 21.30 80.0 $ 9.65 70.0 $ 9.65 70.0 $ 9.65 80.0 $ 16.20 80.0 $ 15.15 80.0 $ 24.95 80.0 $ 9.05 80.0 $ 18.80 80.0 $ 12.35 80.0 $ 6.70 80.0 $ 6.25 70.0 $ 9.05 80.0 $ 13.00 80.0 $ 6.75 80.0 $ 9.05 80.0 $ 9.90 70.0 $ 10.80 100.0 $ 21.45 100.0 $ 4.95 80.0 $ 9.60 80.0 $ 28.30 80.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 5.00 70.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 14.20 80.0 $ 22.30 80.0 $ 14.40 80.0 $ 18.40 80.0 $ 22.30 70.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 15.85 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 14.60 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 13.00 100.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 3.85 70.0 $ 12.85 90.4 $ 24.45 90.4 $ 16.40 90.4 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 14.60 70.0 $ 24.85 70.0 $ 24.85 70.0 $ 14.60 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 11.40 80.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 24.85 70.0 $ 14.60 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0 $ 24.85 70.0 $ 14.60 70.0 $ 11.95 70.0
9040D 9040L 9041B 9042B 9043B 9044B 9044L 9045B 9046B 9046D 9046L 9047B 9048L 9049B 9050L 9051L 9057L 9060L 9066B 9066L 9067B 9068B 9073B 9074B 9075B 9076B 9093B 9114B 9116L 9128B 9128L 9129B 9130B 9131D 9131B 9131L 9133B 9134B 9135B 9135D 9135L 9136B 9137B 9139B 9143B 9144B 9144L 9144D 9149B 9149L 9151B 9154B 9154D 9154L 9156B 9156D 9156L 9158B 9159B 9160B 9160D 9161B 9162B 9163B 9164B 9164D 9164L 9165B 9166B 9175B 9186B 9193L 9196L 9197L 9200B 9201B 9201D 9201L 9202B 9203B 9204B 9205B 9205D 9205L 9207B 9208B 9208D 9208L 9209B 9210B 9210D 9210L 9211B 9213B 9215B 9216B 9217B 9219B 9220B 9227B
SMIRNOFF VANILLA SMIRNOFF VANILLA SMIRNOFF STRAWBERRY SMIRNOFF PEAR TWIST SMIRNOFF PINEAPPLE TWIST SMIRNOFF WATERMELON SMIRNOFF WATERMELON SMIRNOFF WHITEGRAPE SOBIESKI SOBIESKI SOBIESKI SMIRNOFF SPICED ROOT BEER SOBIESKI CYNAMON SOBIESKI VDK(GLASS) SOBIESKI VANILIA SOBIESKI CYTRON SOBIESKI KARAMEL SOBIESKI ORANGE SOBIESKI RASPBERRY SOBIESKI RASPBERRY SQUARE ONE BASIL SQUARE ONE BOTANICAL SMOOTH AMBLER WHITEWATER SMIRNOFF COCONUT SMIRNOFF FLUFFED MARSHMALLOW SMIRNOFF WHIPPED CREAM STAWSKI SVEDKA TRAVELER SYN STOLICHNAYA BLUEBERI VDK STOLICHNAYA BLUEBERI VDK STOLICHNAYA CHOC RAZBERI STOLICHNAYA CITROS FLV VDK STOLICHNAYA OHRANJ STOLICHNAYA OHRANJ LIMITD ED STOLICHNAYA OHRANJ STOLICHNAYA 100 STOLICHNAYA ELIT STOLICHNAYA STOLICHNAYA STOLICHNAYA STOLICHNAYA WILD CHERRY STOLICHNAYA GALA APPLIK VD STOLI WHITE POMEGRANIK VDK STOLICHNAYA PEACHIK PLATINUM 7X VDK PLATINUM 7X VDK PLATINUM 7X VDK STOLICHNAYA RAZBERI STOLICHNAYA RAZBERI STOLICHNAYA STRASBERI STOLICHNAYA VANIL STOLICHNAYA VANIL STOLICHNAYA VANIL TANQUERAY STERLING TANQUERAY STERLING TANQUERAY STERLING SWEET CAROLINA LEMONAD VDK SWEET CAROLINA RASP TEA VDKA SWEET CAROLINA SWEET TEA VODKA SWEET CAROLINA SWEET TEA VODKA SVEDKA RASPBERRY SVEDKA VANILLA VDK SVEDKA VANILLA VDK SVEDKA SWEDISH SVEDKA SWEDISH SVEDKA SWEDISH SVEDKA CLEMENTINE SVEDKA GRAPE VODKA SVEDKA CHERRY TETON GLACIER JEWEL OF RUSSIA ULTRA 3 ISLANDS VODKA 3 ISLANDS VODKA 3 OLIVE CAKE 3 OLIVE BUBBLE 3 OLIVE BUBBLE 3 OLIVE BUBBLE 3 OLIVE BERRY 3 OLIVE CITRUS 3 OLIVE ROOTBEER 3 OLIVE GRAPE 3 OLIVE GRAPE 3 OLIVE GRAPE 3 OLIVE ORANGE 3 OLIVE CHERRY VDK 3 OLIVE CHERRY VDK 3 OLIVE CHERRY VDK 3 OLIVE RASPBERRY 3 OLIVE 3 OLIVE 3 OLIVE 3 OLIVE CHOCOCLATE 3 OLIVE VANILLA 3 OLIVE WATERMELON 3 OLIVE POMEGRANTE 3 OLIVE MANGO FLV 3 OLIVE TRIPLE SHOT ESPRESSO 360 3 OLIVES RANGTANG
$ 24.85 $ 14.60 $ 11.95 $ 11.95 $ 11.95 $ 11.95 $ 14.60 $ 11.95 $ 8.15 $ 16.20 $ 11.50 $ 13.00 $ 11.50 $ 8.15 $ 11.50 $ 11.50 $ 11.50 $ 11.50 $ 11.50 $ 11.50 $ 11.50 $ 30.00 $ 18.10 $ 11.95 $ 11.95 $ 11.95 $ 10.05 $ 9.85 $ 9.45 $ 16.00 $ 25.45 $ 16.00 $ 16.00 $ 23.40 $ 16.90 $ 25.45 $ 17.80 $ 51.80 $ 16.00 $ 33.65 $ 25.45 $ 16.00 $ 16.00 $ 16.00 $ 10.30 $ 8.15 $ 10.60 $ 16.20 $ 16.00 $ 25.45 $ 16.00 $ 16.00 $ 19.65 $ 25.45 $ 11.40 $ 22.85 $ 14.00 $ 8.80 $ 8.80 $ 12.55 $ 11.50 $ 9.95 $ 9.95 $ 9.95 $ 9.95 $ 18.80 $ 13.15 $ 9.95 $ 9.90 $ 9.85 $ 16.45 $ 87.65 $ 8.25 $ 4.75 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 24.95 $ 24.60 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 16.89 $ 24.95 $ 24.60 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 24.95 $ 24.60 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 24.95 $ 24.60 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 16.90 $ 15.40 $ 16.90
70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 100.0 70.0 80.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 80.0 80.0 70.0 60.0 60.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 70.0 70.0 75.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 100.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 75.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 75.0 75.0 75.0 80.0 80.0 100.0 80.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 70.0 80.0 70.0
9227D 9228B 9232B 9232D 9232L 9235B 9235D 9236B 9367B 9370B 9371B 9371D 9372B 9372D 9372L 9373B 9374B 9375B 9376B 9377B 9378B 9380B 9381B 9382B 9385B 9428B 9446B 9448B 9449B 9450D 9456B 9456D 9738B 9467B 9472B 9472D 9472L 9505B 9565B 9672B 9673B 9738B
3 OLIVES RANGTANG 360 DOUBLE CHOCOLATE TITO'S HANDMADE TITO'S HANDMADE TITO'S HANDMADE 3 OLIVE DUDE VODKA 3 OLIVE DUDE VODKA 360 MANDARIN ORANGE ULTIMAT VDK U V CAKE VODKA U V BLUE RASPBERRY U V BLUE RASPBERRY UV UV UV U V GRAPE VDK U V PINK LEMONADE U V CHERRY U V 103 U V COCONUT VDK URSUS PUNCH UV SWEET GREEN TEA URSUS BLUE RASPBERRY URSUS ORIGINAL VAMPYRE RED VESICA VODKA VAN GOGH DUTCH CARAMEL VAN GOGH DOUBLE ESPRESSO VAN GOGH ESPRESSO VIKINGFJORD VAN GOGH VAN GOGH ZODIAC VOLI VODKA LYTE VOX VOX VOX WATERSHED DISTILLERY VODKA WHITE DIAMOND CINCINNATI MICRO-VODKA CINCINNATI VODKA 100 ZODIAC
$ 24.95 70.0 $ 15.40 70.0 $ 16.00 80.0 $ 27.55 80.0 $ 20.20 80.0 $ 16.90 70.0 $ 24.95 70.0 $ 16.85 70.0 $ 34.30 80.0 $ 9.90 60.0 $ 9.90 60.0 $ 14.45 60.0 $ 8.15 80.0 $ 14.45 80.0 $ 10.60 80.0 $ 9.90 60.0 $ 9.90 60.0 $ 9.90 60.0 $ 11.50 103.0 $ 9.90 60.0 $ 4.65 60.0 $ 9.90 60.0 $ 7.85 80.0 $ 7.00 80.0 $ 21.25 80.0 $ 10.80 80.0 $ 16.00 70.0 $ 16.00 70.0 $ 16.00 70.0 $ 17.95 80.0 $ 14.30 80.0 $ 18.35 80.0 $ 9.20 80.0 $ 21.30 60.0 $ 18.65 80.0 $ 33.65 80.0 $ 24.60 80.0 $ 22.00 80.0 $ 10.80 80.0 $ 16.65 80.0 $ 32.10 100.0 $ 15.75 80.0
CORDIAL 0017B 0029B 0041B 0041L 0053B 0071B 0124B 0125B 0551B 0552B 0557D 0557L 0565B 0580L 0583L 0600B 0608B 0662B 0664B 0666B 0672B 0673B 0674B 0675B 0691B 0701B 0705B 0707B 0717B 0717D 0717L 0721B 0798B 0881B 0887B 0893B 0893D 0893L 0910B 0948B 1188B 1501B 1637E 1783B 1784B 1815B 1840B 1853B 1855B 1914B 2098B 2098D 2098L 2101B
ACHAIA CLAUSS OUZO ABSENTE LIQUEUR DI SARONNO AMARETTO DI SARONNO AMARETTO AMARETTO GOZIO AMARITO AMARETTO ROOT SNAP PARAMOUNT ROCK & RYE BARENJAGER HONEY LIQUEUR BARTON LONG ISLAND ICE TEA BARTON LONG ISLAND ICE TEA BENEDICTINE D.O.M. PARAMOUNT SLOE GIN DEK SLOE GIN CORDIAL B & B D O M CORDIAL DRAMBUIE DEK CREME DE CACA0 DARK DEK CREME DE MENTHE GREEN DEK CREME DE CACAO WHITE PARAMOUNT CREM D MEN WHITE PARAMOUNT CRM D CACAO DARK PARAMOUNT ANISETTE PARAMOUNT CREM D MEN GREEN DEK CREME DE MENTHE WHITE PARAMOUNT CRM D CACAO WHIT GETREIDE KUMMEL CAMPARI APERITIVO ITALY PARAMOUNT TRIPLE SEC PARAMOUNT TRIPLE SEC PARAMOUNT TRIPLE SEC SOUTHERN COMFORT BECHEROVKA PERNOD ANIS –FRANCE TIA MARIA COFFEE KAHLUA COFFEE KAHLUA COFFEE KAHLUA COFFEE BLACK DUCK CRANBERRY BLACKMAKER ROOTBEER BOLS BLUE CURACAO BUCKEYE RASPBERRY LIQUOR GRAND MARNIER ROUGE CARAVELLA LIMONCELLO ORIG CARAVELLA ORANGECELLO CASONI LEMONCELLO CATDADDY CAROLINA MOONSHINE CELTIC CROSSING LIQUEUR CHAMBORD ROYALE CORD CHARTREUSE GREEN GRAND MARN CORDON ROUGE GRAND MARN CORDON ROUGE GRAND MARN CORDON ROUGE GALLIANO L'AUTENTICO
$ 15.15 92.0 $ 35.20 110.0 $ 17.65 56.0 $ 25.55 56.0 $ 10.40 48.0 $ 5.55 56.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 11.30 50.0 $ 24.35 70.0 $ 13.25 75.0 $ 7.45 75.0 $ 28.20 80.0 $ 10.00 50.0 $ 9.55 60.0 $ 28.20 80.0 $ 32.65 80.0 $ 10.55 54.0 $ 10.55 60.0 $ 10.55 54.0 $ 9.65 50.0 $ 9.65 50.0 $ 9.65 50.0 $ 9.65 50.0 $ 9.90 60.0 $ 9.65 50.0 $ 3.65 70.0 $ 23.90 48.0 $ 7.05 50.0 $ 14.40 50.0 $ 7.40 50.0 $ 14.05 70.0 $ 20.40 76.0 $ 25.60 80.0 $ 19.50 53.0 $ 15.15 43.0 $30.15 43.0 $ 22.85 43.0 $ 16.00 43.0 $ 16.90 70.0 $ 11.25 48.0 $ 23.65 48.0 $ 10.30 80.0 $ 18.65 64.0 $ 16.80 60.0 $ 16.90 62.0 $ 17.75 80.0 $ 13.70 60.0 $ 29.85 46.0 $ 52.10 110.0 $ 30.40 80.0 $ 72.90 80.0 $ 43.90 80.0 $ 30.00 84.6
DECEMBER 2011 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY 55
2108B 2274B 2405B 2405L 2503B 2528B 2529B 2566B 2605B 2613L 2614B 2624B 2624L 2644B 2645B 2649B 2652B 2690B 2690L 2691B 2944B 2950B 3024B 3077B 3092B 3093B 3602B 3630B 3821B 3851B 3852B 3860B 3864B 3902B 4000B 4003B 3602B 4914B 5054D 5054L 5105B 5251L 5254L 5303B 5315B 5566B 5571B 6000B 6334B 6567B 6705L 6708B 6720L 6734B 6735B 6736B 6739B 7713B 7715B 7723B 7724B 7729B 7729D 7729L 7735B 7824L 7870D 7870L 7901B 7981L 7986B 8228B 8249L 8282B 8302B 8324L 8639B 8670B 8673B 8852L 8892B 9214B 9311B 9354B 9410B 9630B 9630L 9707B 9733B
IRISH MIST COPA DE ORO MEX COFFEE LIQ LICOR 43 LICOR 43 DANNY DEVITOS LIMONCELLO DEK BLUE CURACAO CORDIAL DEK CREME DE BANANA CORD DEK CREME DE ALMOND CORD DEK HAZELNUT CORD DEK ORANGE CURACAO CORDIAL DEK PEACH BRANDY DEK TRIPLE SEC CORD DEK TRIPLE SEC CORD DEK 03 ORANGE DEK MELON CORDIAL DEK WILD STRAWBERRY CORDIAL ROMANA BLACK COINTREAU LIQUEUR COINTREAU LIQUEUR COINTREAU NOIR EVAN WILLIAMS CHERRY RESV EVAN WILLIAMS HONEY RESV FIREBALL CINNAMON WHISKEY FRAGOLI LIQUEUR W/STRAWBRY AMARETTO DI AMORE GANTOUS & ABOURAAD GLAROS OUZO GLENGOYNE 10 GRANGALA TRIPLE ORANGE GRAND MARNIER CENTCINQUANT GRAND MARNIER CUVEE CENTNR GRAND MURIEL ORANGE LIQUER GRANDE ABSENTE GREEN MOON HARLEM LIQUEUR HARLEQUIN GLAROS OUZO ISLE OF JURA SUPERSTITION JAGERMEISTER JAGERMEISTER JEREMIAH WEED LIQUEUR JUAREZ TRIPLE SEC JUAREZ GOLD DSS KAHLUA ESPECIAL COFFEE KAMORA COFFEE LQR LEBLON CACHACA LE TOURMENT VERT LUCID ABSINTHE MATA HARI ABSINTHE BOHEMIA METAXA OUZO GREECE NASSAU ROYALE NAVAN 80 N Y LONG ISLAND ICED TEA 99 APPLES 99 BANANAS 99 GRAPES 99 PEACHES NUMBER 12 OUZO NV LA FEE ABSINTHE VERTE PALLINI LIMONCELLO PALLINI LIMONCELLO GIFT PARAMOUNT AMARETTO PARAMOUNT AMARETTO PARAMOUNT AMARETTO PARAMOUNT CREME DE BANANA PARAMOUNT SOUR APPLE PARA LONG ISLND ICE TEA PARA LONG ISLND ICE TEA PARAMOUNT MELON PATRON CITRONGE PATRON X O CAFE PIMMS CUP #1 GIN SLING ENG PITU CACHACA PLOMARI QUZO PRICHARDS SWEET LUCY BBN PUNCH ABRUZZO SABROSO DI CAFE COFFEE LIQ SAMBUCA DI AMORE SAMBUCA ROMANA SCHWARTZHOG KRAUTER LIQUER SCHWARTZHOG KRAUTER LIQUER THUNDER 101 PEPPERMT SCHNP TUACA DEMI SEC TY KU SUPER PREMIUM SOJU VEEV ACAI LIQUEUR WILD TURKEY AMERICAN HONEY WILD TURKEY AMERICAN HONEY YOKAICHI MUGI ZWACK
0010B 0676B 0681L 0697D 0697L 0917B 0917L
AFTER SHOCK CINNAMON ARROW PEPPERMINT DEK PEPPERMINT SNP PARAMOUNT PEPPERMINT SNP PARAMOUNT PEPPERMINT BLACK HAUS BLACKBERRY SNP BLACK HAUS BLACKBERRY SNP
$ 21.55 $ 7.30 $ 16.85 $ 21.10 $ 21.25 $ 10.55 $ 9.90 $ 2.25 $ 10.55 $ 11.45 $ 4.15 $ 7.45 $ 7.90 $ 20.20 $ 7.55 $ 10.55 $ 14.35 $ 30.40 $ 39.50 $ 18.95 $ 12.55 $ 12.55 $ 13.40 $ 15.85 $ 9.00 $ 16.00 $ 10.60 $ 38.70 $ 16.90 $187.60 $116.90 $ 18.65 $ 33.60 $ 16.80 $ 11.70 $ 16.90 $ 10.60 $ 21.25 $ 42.40 $ 25.45 $ 10.95 $ 6.40 $ 8.50 $ 16.90 $ 12.55 $ 25.60 $ 7.75 $ 51.80 $ 34.30 $ 15.85 $ 14.05 $ 24.45 $ 7.40 $ 14.25 $ 14.25 $ 8.60 $ 14.25 $ 16.05 $ 21.25 $ 17.15 $ 17.15 $ 6.45 $ 15.15 $ 8.20 $ 9.05 $ 7.95 $ 13.55 $ 7.50 $ 6.20 $ 28.95 $ 24.75 $ 14.25 $ 13.90 $ 14.70 $ 19.50 $ 31.80 $ 6.45 $ 11.65 $ 20.00 $ 16.75 $ 31.30 $ 10.75 $ 23.70 $ 21.25 $ 25.60 $ 18.40 $ 23.70 $ 15.35 $ 19.65
70.0 48.0 62.0 62.0 60.0 54.0 56.0 56.0 56.0 60.0 70.0 48.0 48.0 48.0 46.0 45.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 70.0 70.0 66.0 48.0 45.0 100.0 90.0 86.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 138.0 90.0 80.0 80.0 90.0 86.0 70.0 70.0 100.0 60.0 80.0 70.0 53.0 80.0 100.0 124.0 120.0 80.0 67.0 80.0 65.0 99.0 99.0 99.0 99.0 86.0 76.0 52.0 52.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 50.0 43.0 72.5 72.5 44.0 80.0 70.0 80.0 80.0 84.0 70.0 90.0 48.0 84.0 84.0 73.4 60.0 101.0 70.0 48.0 60.0 71.0 71.0 50.0 80.0
$ 17.85 $ 7.00 $ 11.45 $ 15.15 $ 9.55 $ 20.45 $ 25.70
80.0 54.0 60.0 50.0 50.0 80.0 80.0
56 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY DECEMBER 2011
1130B 2588L 2619B 2620L 2625B 2776B 2782B 3017B 3017L 3709B 3709L 3736B 3737B 4863B 4870B 5922B 6009B 6735B 7762L 7862B 7862L 8263B 8632B 8633B 8633L 9054B 9082B 9727B 9727D 9727L
BOLS GOLD STRIKE CINNAMON SNP DEK HOT DAMN SNP DEK PEPPERMNT 100 DEK PEACHTREE SCHNAPP DEK OLD TAVERN ROOTBEER DR MCGILLICUDDYS VANILLA DR MCGILLICUDDYS MENTHOLMT FIREWATER HOT CINAMON SHNP FIREWATER HOT CINAMON SHNP GOLDSCHLAGER CINNAMON SHNP GOLDSCHLAGER CINNAMON SHNP 99 BLACKBERRIES 99 BLACK CHERRIES ICE 101 PEPPERMINT SCHNAPP IL TRAMONTO LIGHTNING 101 CINNAMON LUXARDO TRIPLUM 99 BANANAS PARAMOUNT BUTTERSCOTCH SHNAPP PARAMOUNT PEACH SCH PARAMOUNT PEACH SCH PISCO PORTON RUMPLE MINZE BERRY RUMPLE MINZE PEPMT RUMPLE MINZE PEPMT SOUTHERN COMFORT 100 SO CO FIERY PEPPER YUKON JACK YUKON JACK YUKON JACK
$ 15.15 $ 11.45 $ 11.20 $ 11.45 $ 7.55 $ 7.05 $ 10.80 $ 16.65 $ 21.50 $ 20.45 $ 25.70 $ 14.25 $ 14.25 $ 16.65 $ 15.50 $ 10.75 $ 26.30 $ 16.00 $ 8.05 $ 9.30 $ 10.00 $ 43.00 $ 14.30 $ 20.45 $ 25.70 $ 16.90 $ 14.05 $ 14.75 $ 26.15 $ 20.35
100.0 48.0 100.0 43.0 45.0 48.0 48.0 100.0 100.0 87.0 87.0 99.0 99.0 101.0 60.0 101.0 78.0 99.0 44.0 44.0 44.0 86.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 70.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
$ 11.75 $ 23.55 $ 17.40 $ 14.95 $ 7.00 $ 14.90 $ 8.85 $ 8.75 $ 19.30 $ 12.25 $ 15.30 $ 11.45 $ 22.00 $ 9.25 $ 16.30 $ 7.90 $ 17.55 $ 8.60 $ 11.40 $ 7.90 $ 11.40 $ 22.30 $ 13.10 $ 7.25 $ 13.60 $ 5.85 $ 6.60 $ 13.65 $ 12.30 $ 11.65 $ 14.05 $ 8.60 $ 14.95 $ 6.45 $ 14.05 $ 8.60 $ 8.75 $ 14.95 $ 25.60 $ 61.45 $114.15 $ 39.65 $ 18.65 $ 14.45 $ 8.45 $ 12.70 $ 8.40 $ 12.65 $ 15.35 $ 21.25 $ 7.00 $ 13.60 $ 21.05 $ 47.90 $ 28.50 $ 30.15 $ 14.75 $ 8.45 $ 16.90 $ 7.90 $ 7.90 $ 17.15 $ 10.95
80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 82.6 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 90.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0 80.0
CANADIAN 0076B 0076D 0076L 0169D 0170B 0170D 0170L 0174B 0174D 0174L 0175D 0176B 0176D 0176E 0176L 0189B 0189D 0189E 0189L 0909B 0920B 0920D 1570B 1627E 1704D 1704L 1716B 1716D 1725B 1729B 1730D 1730L 1731B 1733B 1735D 1735L 1748B 2055B 2389B 2391B 2393B 2397B 3071B 4041D 4041L 4699D 4699L 5073D 7726D 8050B 8431B 8431D 8894B 8894D 8894E 8894L 8922B 8923B 9084B 9648B 9652B 9652D 9652L
SEAGRAMS V O 6 YR SEAGRAMS V O 6 YR SEAGRAMS V O 6 YR LORD CALVERT 3 YR MC MASTERS 3 YR MC MASTERS 3 YR MC MASTERS 3 YR CANADIAN MIST CNDN CANADIAN MIST CNDN CANADIAN MIST CNDN MACNAUGHTON CNDN 3YR CANADIAN CLUB 6 YR CANADIAN CLUB 6 YR CANADIAN CLUB 6 YR CANADIAN CLUB 6 YR BLACK VELVET CNDN 3 YR BLACK VELVET CNDN 3 YR BLACK VELVET CNDN 3 YR BLACK VELVET CNDN 3 YR BLACK VELVET TRAVELER 3 YR BLACK VELVET RESERVE CNDN 8YR BLACK VELVET RESERVE CNDN 8YR CABIN FEVER MAPLE FLV WHSK CROWN ROYAL 200ML CANADIAN BAY WHSKY CANADIAN BAY WHSKY CANADA HOUSE CNDN WHISKEY 3YR CANADA HOUSE CNDN WHISKEY 3YR CANADIAN CLUB RESERVE 10 YR CANADIAN CLUB TRAVELER 6 YR CANADIAN GOLD 4 YR CANADIAN GOLD 4 YR CANADIAN CLUB SHRY CASK 8YR CANADIAN HUNTER TRAVELER 3YR CANADIAN LTD 3 YR CANADIAN LTD 3 YR CANADIAN MIST TRVLR CANADIAN CLUB CLASSIC 12YR CROWN ROYAL BLACK CROWN ROYAL CASK #16 CROWN ROYAL EXTRA RARE CROWN ROYAL RESERVE FORTY CREEK BARREL SELECT HARWOOD HARWOOD NORTHERN LIGHT 3 YR NORTHERN LIGHT 3 YR JAMES FOXE PARAMOUNT CANADIAN PENDLETON CANADIAN RICH & RARE RICH & RARE CROWN ROYAL CROWN ROYAL CROWN ROYAL CROWN ROYAL V O GOLD 8 YR SEAGRAMS V O CNDN TRV 6 YR SPICEBOX CNDN SPICED WHSKY WINDSOR SUPREME TRAVELER 3YR WINDSOR SUPREME 3 YR WINDSOR SUPREME 3 YR WINDSOR SUPREME 3 YR
VIOLATIONS&PENALTIES FOR THE RECORD LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION VIOLATIONS & PENALTIES for on premise retailers (Orders Issued September 2011) AKRON: Donyaction Inc. dba Park Place Pub: improper conduct on the permit premises, to wit, drug possession; beer and/or intoxicating liquor sold for on premise consumption allowed to be removed from the premises - $500 or 5 days; J Salem Enterprises II LLC dba The Stadium Pub: possession of a gambling device; possession of an electronic video gambling device; operating a game of chance for profit or scheme of chance; operating a gambling house; recklessly permitting public gaming - $500 or 5 days; Fatz Inc.: sale of spirituous liquor at retail and not by the individual drink in glass and/ or from the container; sale of spirituous liquor at retain not for consumption on the premises; sale of spirituous liquor for consumption removed from the premises - $500 or 5 days; Shirley Young db Whiskey River : allowing improper conduct on the permit premises, to wit, drug possession $600 or 6 days; Ice Cubes & Beer Co. dba Geppetto’s Johnny Malloy’s: sale or delivery of beer after 9:00 p.m. at a price less than charged other customers - $300 or 3 days ALLIANCE: Mango’s Club Inc. dba Mango’s Club Carnation Mall: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $1,500 or 10 days ARCHBOLD: Nu Arch Lanes Inc: sale of beer to a minor - $3,000 or 12 days AUSTINTOWN: South Raccoon Entertainment LLC: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $750 or 6 days BEAVERDAM: C&J Stover Limited: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 $1,000 or 5 days; FH1 Investments Ltd. dba Thirsty’s Food & Spirits: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $750 or 6 days BREWSTER: Bob & Mabel’s Lounge Inc. dba Bob & Mabel’s Pla-mor Lounge: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $750 or 6 days BROOKVILLE: Jay W. Thomas db Lamplighter: sale of beer after hours - $300
or 3 days BOWLING GREEN: Country Pride Inc. dba Trotters Tavern: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21; furnishing of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $450 or 3 days; JH Entertainment Inc. dba Uptown Downtown: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $450 or 3 days; Jeds BG Inc. dba Jed’s Barbeque & Brew: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21; furnishing beer to someone under the age of 21 - $450 or 3 days; Ziggy Enterprises Ltd. dba Ziggy Zoombas: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $450 or 3 days; BGC Enterprises LLC dba Sky Bar: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 $450 or 3 days; Denbrooke Corp. dba BW3 Restaurant: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $450 or 3 days BURTON: Matthew Coates dba River Walk Complex: sale on Sunday without the proper permit - $200 or 2 days CANTON: Goodtimes Pub & Drive Thru Inc. dba Goodtimes Pub & Drive Thru: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 $1,500 or 10 days; Frames Tavern Inc. dba Frames Tavern: possession of a gambling device; conducting instant bingo without a license or contract; operating a game of chance for a profit or scheme of chance; alcoholic beverages not maintained in a potable condition; giving away beer, wine or intoxicating beverages; possession of a gambling device; possession of an electronic gambling device; operating a game of chance for profit or scheme of chance; operating a gambling house; recklessly permitting public gaming $2,000 or 15 days CHAGRIN FALLS: Stakort Inc. dba Sports Page: four counts of all fo the following: possession of a gambling device; possession of an electronic video gambling device; operating a game of chance for profit or scheme of chance; operating a gambling house - $5,000 or 20 days CINCINNATI – 340 Ludlow LLC dba Golden Lions: failure to notify the Division of Liquor Control of an expansion/diminution of permit premises; alcoholic beverages not maintained in a potable condition; allowing beer sold for on premise consumption to be removed from the permit premises - $400 or 4 days; Caldwell Vending Company LLC dba Adi’s Place: sale of beer
to someone under the age of 21 - $750 or 6 days; Waymac LLC dba Montgomery Towne Tavern: possession of an electronic gambling device; giving away of beer or intoxicating liquor; encouraging excessive consumption - $600 or 6 days; Towerview Sports Inc. dba Towerview Sports Pub & Patio: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21; furnishing beer to someone under the age of 21 - $750 or 6 days CLEVELAND: 17007 Lorain Avenue Inc. dba Backstage Bar: beer and/or intoxicating liquor sold for on premise consumption allowed to be removed from the premises - $200 or 2 days; 18 EUC LastChance Inc: purchase of spirituous liquor at retail for resale purposes; possession of spirituous liquor not purchased from the Division of Liquor Control or the proper agent $200 or 2 days; Lake Shore Cocktails LLC: possession of alcoholic beverages in a bottle that had been refilled or diluted $200 or 2 days; Ray Por Inc. dba Eastwood Inn: alcoholic beverages not maintained in a potable condition: $300 or 1 day; KovachFord Inc. dba Pinky’s Café: hindering/ obstructing and inspection/investigation; two violations of allowing consumption after hours; allowing improper conduct, to wit, possession of an EBT - $600 or 6 days; Desner Management Inc. dba Tequila Ranch: giving away beer in connection with the business; serving an unlimited number of servings during a set period of time - $300 or 3 days; Hong Kong Trading Center Inc. dba Baby Grand Restaurant: hindering / obstructing an investigation / inspection; two counts of allowing beer to be served after hours - $2,000 or Revoked; Robert Burton Enterprises Inc.: allowing improper conduct, to wit, drug possession; sale of beer to a minor - $2,100 or 7 days; La Vida Inc. dba Steelyard Tavern: allowing beer to be consumed after hours - $1,000 or 5 days; La Vida Inc. dba Steelyard Tavern: failure to display permit in a conspicuous place - $200 or 2 days; Bria Inc.: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21; sale of intoxicating liquor to someone under the age of 21 - $500 or 4 days COLUMBUS: Club Chi LLC: failure to display permit in a conspicuous place; improperly labeling premixed alcoholic beverage dispensing container - $600 or 3 days; Dayton Heidelberg Distributing Co. dba Heidelberg Distributing Co.: sale of beer and/or intoxicating liquor to a wholesaler or retailer who was not the holder of a
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VIOLATIONS&PENALTIES proper permit - $600 or 3 days; Curtis Hardaway dba Grown Folks Lounge: alcoholic beverages not maintained in a potable condition - $100 or 1 day; Gregory A Rowe dba Victorian’s Midnight Café: allowing consumption after hours; sale of beer or intoxicating liquor after hours – $100 or 1 day; 1455 Schrock Road Inc.: two counts allowing consumption after hours; hindering/obstructing and investigation/ inspection; failure to display liquor permit in a conspicuous place - $500 or Revoked DAYTON: Charles Wilson Enterprises Inc. dba Ashwood Lounge: fixtures, equipment, tables, counters, coolers/refrigerators, or utensils not clean or sanitary - $200 or 2 days; Bonbright Distributors Inc.: sale of beer and/or intoxicating liquor to a wholesale or retail dealer who was not the holder of a proper permit - $1,000 or 5 days ELYRIA: SWSA Inc. dba Wolfey’s Bistro & Pub: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $1,500 and 10 days; Rack N Roll Billiards Inc. dba Rack N Roll Billiards: sale of beer from an improperly marked tap; fixtures, equipment, tables, counters, coolers/refrigerators, or utensils not clean or sanitary; alcoholic beverages not maintained in a potable condition; failure to post a schedule of prices - $200 or 2 days; Carter Management Corp: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 $1,500 or 10 days EUCLID: 1080 East 260 Inc.: sale, loan, transfer or exchange of alcoholic beverages to another permit holder or permit premises - $300 or 2 days FOSTORIA: I Robert Weber dba Smokehouse: giving away of beer, wine or intoxicating beverage as a prize; conducting an illegal raffle; giving away various bottles of intoxicating liquor $1,200 or 6 days GLOUSTER: Fuzzy Investments LLC dba Shingle Inn: sale or possession of intoxicating liquor in a bottle that had been refilled or diluted - $900 or 3 days Fuzzy Investments LLC dba Shingle Inn: sale of beer to a person in an intoxicated condition - $15,000 or Revoked HUBBARD: Killin Time LLC dba Killin Time: consumption of beer and/or intoxicating liquor after hours; delivery of beer and/or intoxicating liquor after hours - $400 or 4 days 58 OHIO BEVERAGE MONTHLY DECEMBER 2011
LAKEWOOD: Grafton Enterprises Inc. dba Grafton Street Pub: allowing consumption after hours - $300 or 2 days
operating a game of chance for profit or scheme of chance; operating a gambling house - $5,000 or Revoked
LIMA: Joseph N Lombardo dba Lombardo’s: sale of intoxicating liquor to a minor - $1,800 or 12 days; Joseph N. Lombardo dba Lombardo’s: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $750 or 6 days; Frank Lombardo dba Northside Firehouse: allowing improper conduct, to wit, disorderly conduct; allowing improper conduct, to wit, drug possession - $300 or 3 days
NORTH OLMSTED: S T Hanna Inc. dba Christie’s Pub: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $1,800 or 6 days
LORAIN: Shots Club Inc.: hindering/ obstructing an investigation/inspection; consumption of beer and/or intoxicating liquor after hours - $1,400 or 7 days; James M Kennedy dba Kennedy’s Broadway Billiards: failure to maintain a schedule of drink prices - $200 or 2 days; Anthony D Reynolds Sr dba Grown and Sexy: hindering / obstructing and inspection / investigation - $400 or 4 days MASSSILLON: Alumni Enterprises LLC: allowing possession of beer by someone under the age of 21 on the permit premises; sale of beer so someone under the age of 21 - $2,000 or 15 days MASURY: Bartolomucci Inc. dba Barto’s Bar & Grill: possession of a gambling device; allowing gambling, to wit and electronic video gambling device, on the permit premises; operating a gambling house; recklessly permitting public gaming $1,500 or 10 days MENTOR: Fu Ji Inc. dba Fuji Japan Steakhouse: giving away of beer and/or intoxicating liquor - $200 or 2 days MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS: Thirst and Ten Ltd.: giving away of beer and/or intoxicating liquor - $400 or 4 days MINGO JUNCTION: Bellas Co dba Iron city Distributing Co.: sale of beer or intoxicating liquor to a wholesale or retail dealer who was not the holder of a proper permit - $200 or 2 days; Conch’s Avalon Inc. dba Avalon Bar: alcoholic beverages not maintained in a potable condition - $200 or 2 days MONTVILLE: Route 6 Enterprises LLC dba Outpost Tavern & Grill: possession of a gambling device; possession of an electronic video gambling device;
SOUTH EUCLID: GMG and TAM Inc. dba Tino’s Lounge: consumption on Sunday without the proper permit – $900 or 3 days ST HENRY: Fish Mos Inc: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $1,500 or 10 days SWANTON: Frost Faller Enterprises Inc: sale of beer to a minor; furnishing beer to a minor - $1,800 or 12 days TOLEDO: Rusty’s Jazz Lounge Inc. dba John’s Korner Bar: consumption of beer after hours; furnishing of beer and/or intoxicating liquor to someone in an intoxicated condition; failure to keep records of the cleaning of beer and/or wine coils and/or tubes; failure to post a schedule of prices - $400 or 4 days; Miracle Lanes of Toledo, Inc. dba Miracle Lanes: possession of spirituous liquor in a bottle that had been refilled - $200 or 2 days TROTWOOD: Patricia Douglas dba Leo’s 2: sale of beer to someone under the age of 21 - $750 or 6 days UHRICHSVILLE: Tammie L Maxwell dba Tammie’s Tavern: allowing improper conduct, to wit, disorderly activity $2,500 or 10 days; Tammie L Maxwell dba Tammie’s Tavern: sale of beer after hours $200 or 2 days WAVERLY: AmVets Post 0058 Inc. Orvil Helton Memorial: sale of intoxicating liquor on Sunday without the proper permit - $300 or 2 days WICKLIFFE: Grumpy’s Enterprises, Inc. dba Grumpy’s – giving away of beer and/or intoxicating liquor - $400 or 4 days YOUNGSTOWN: Sams Wedge Inn LLC: sale of intoxicating liquor from a bottle that had been refilled - $200 or 2 days
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