More than 700 brands of liquor are about to be removed from Ohio store shelves

Last call, anyone?

The Ohio State Department of Commerce is discounting liquor as part of a new plan to retire 700 brands, according to the Dayton Business Journal.

The State of Ohio announced it will discount the brands 25 to 40 percent beginning Jan. 1. Once the items are sold, they will no longer be offered, according to the Dayton Business Journal

A spokesperson for the Commerce Department told the Dayton Business Journal that the sale is being offered to make more space for new and popular products. 

The brands that will be removed from store shelves include Patron XO Dark Coffee liqueur, Pinnacle Gin, Seagrams 7 Spiced and Admiral Nelson. Find the full list of all the brands being discounted here.

 

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