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Indiana Liquor Store News

Wednesday, September 30, 2015  
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The Latest Roundup in Indiana Liquor Store News


Big Red Liquors has acquired Kentucky stores that were initially not picked up in the United Package Liquor purchase in 2013.  Last month’s acquisition of three Chuck’s Liquor Outlets from LOR Corp. (owner of UPL) brings Big Red’s total store count to 55 locations. The newly acquired stores, Chuck Evans Liquor Outlet, Chuck’s Wine & Spirits and Chuck’s of Hartland, will continue to operate under the Chuck’s banner.  Those outlets were first purchased by UPL/LOR Corp. in 2010.


Belmont Beverage’s Mishawaka-Granger store has been expanded to 9,800 square feet in order to make room for a wider selection of wines, spirits and beer. The store boasts a tasting bar, expanded 31-door, reach-in freezer, a temperature-controlled wine room, walk-in humidor and Napa Technology Wine Stations. Belmont has 33 locations.


21st Amendment Wine & Spirits has opened a 10,000-square-foot store with a heavy emphasis on wine in Westfield, Ind., the largest among its 20 locations. The store features a wine gallery with the most extensive collection of wines offered by any 21st Amendment store. The location also includes a classroom to accommodate events, wine tastings, wine-and-food pairings and wine classes. And did you know?


Keg Liquors has been family owned and operated by two generations and has been serving the Kentuckiana area since 1970. Family owned by the Antz family, these specialty collection stores have been voted Best Beer Retailer in Indiana, Best Liquor Store in Clark and Floyd Counties and in the Top Five for Best Wine Ships in the Louisville area.  As the company’s website says: If you can’t find it, call Keg Liquors.

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