A Lot of Booze is Sold in New Hampshire
The NHLC (New Hampshire Liquor Commission) announced earlier this week that it had set an all-time sales record of $678.4 million dollars. That's A LOT of booze!
A good chunk of that record setting amount was due to the renovations and relocation of some of the NH Liquor and Wine Outlets. For years, the stores were in less-than-ideal locations and all looked like old A & P grocery stores that just had a bunch of booze thrown into them. Now the stores are being designed to be big attractive locations that lend themselves to actual shopping and browsing.
Since 2012, NHLC has relocated or renovated NH Liquor & Wine Outlets in the following communities: Bedford, Concord, Epping, Gilford, Hooksett, Hampstead, Lebanon, Lincoln, Londonderry, Manchester, Merrimack, Milford, Nashua, New Hampton, North Hampton, Peterborough, Plaistow, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Salem, Seabrook, and West Chesterfield.
Remember to drink responsibly.