Last Call List: More than 700 types of alcohol being pulled from Ohio shelves
OHIO (WKEF/WRGT)-- If you spent the new year toasting with some spirits, you may want to check your stock.
It's "last call" for more than 700 brands of liquor is being sold in Ohio.
The list includes flavors of some very popular brands like Smirnoff, Absolut and Seagrams.
The state division of liquor control says certain types are being cleared out starting January 1, 2018, and they won't be back.
The Ohio department of commerce oversees the division of liquor control and said the "last call" List is out with the old to make room for the new, and some brands on the list will be offered at closeout prices until they are gone.
"This is a lot yes!" said Tonika Heath, "what's going to be left, beer?"
FOX 45 went to Liquor and Wine Warehouse in Butler Township, where many of the items on the list were already off shelves.
The list does not include all flavors or sizes of items, but does take five types of Captain Morgan, nine flavors of Bacardi, 11 flavors of Burnetts, 14 flavors of Smirnoff, and 21 flavors of Pinnacle off shelves.
"Well yeah to make room for the things that people are buying," Heath explained.
Heath said she is glad less popular liquors are out, but she was stocking up on her favorites just in case.
Prices and items will vary by liquor agency location.
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