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OH state stores offer liquor-related holiday gifts

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Department of Commerce says more than 25,000 cases of liquor-related holiday gifts are being offered through local liquor agencies this season.

A variety of 50 different holiday gift packs are available that include distinctive accessories and collectibles such as glasses, snifters, shakers, flasks and decanters at no additional charge.

State liquor stores will also be offering 20 different holiday gift-wrapped spirituous liquor items.

Prices for holiday items range from $12 to $140.

A complete list of the items and images of some of the gift packs are available at the Division of Liquor Control's web site.

 

Online:

Ohio Division of Liquor Control: http://www.com.state.gov/liqr

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