For the eighth year in a row liquor sales have increased in Ohio.
Liquor officials say Ohioans spent more than $655 million on liquor last year. That's 10 million gallons of liquor - an increase of more than three percent over 2005. Liquor control spokesman, Matt Mullins, credited efficient inventory control to increased revenue.
"We've also done a good job of reducing our inventory so that the products turn over very efficiently. And that increases the sales at the end of the year for the division," Mullins said.