Willie JJ wrote:I have to say I'm keen to come over and visit a few of your better stores, because I think there are bottlings available that are either targeted at the US market or that are no longer available here.
Stupid really. As if there's not enough to buy on this side of the pond.
Aeolus wrote:shulaw05 wrote:....i think it is just natural instinct to want things you can't (or aren't supposed to) have...
which is why bans and prohibitions never work!
shulaw05 wrote:...i think it is just natural instinct to want things you can't (or aren't supposed to) have...
Muskrat Portage wrote:I picked the closest one to "A Government-run bootlegger store", the Corner liquor mart. Ours is sited on a corner and sells liquor. Most Canadians and all Ontarians are obligated to purchase from the Provincial government run outlets. You probably could have put LCBO as an option as it's the largest purchaser of alcohol in the world.
DI Blasi: I've been meaning to ask, does Vinmonopolet translate to "wine monopoly", or a similar derivative of alcohol in English?Di Blasi wrote:Locally, or in Norway anyway, we all have to buy alcohol above 5% at the government shops, Vinmonopolet. Not ...
Collector57 wrote: Hmmm, I wonder if I can order online and have free shipping to the UK?
What are prices like, anyway? Do you guys have to pay a premium?
Collector57 wrote:This would seem to be Scandinavia only so I have no price comparison point!
Ah well, just have to live with the UK releases