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(This is an excerpt of an article originally posted here by The Whiskey Wash)

If you haven’t had the pleasure of trying to buy a spirit such as whiskey in a liquor control state, a few mental images might come to mind.  Many tend to think of draconian laws, put forth by mobsters with political influence.  Made-Men laughing in poorly lit, smoke filled rooms, with stacks of cash lining the tables.  All while a ‘Don Vito Corleone’ type figure eats cannolis while deciding on who gets product, where product goes, and how much it sells for!  OK, it’s not quite like “The Godfather,” but control states are confusing, so, let’s clear a few things up.

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