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Year-End Sales Show Montgomery County Really Likes Vodka

Once again, vodka brands top the list of of liquor sold in Montgomery County in 2012.

Year-End Sales Show Montgomery County Really Likes Vodka

Since Patch launched in Montgomery County in 2010, we've stirred up year-end lists of the county's favorite liquor brands. The lists have made such a splash with readers that we decided to check back with the  county's Department of Liquor Control to see which libations were lined up in our liquor cabinets in 2012.

Diane Wurdeman, who works with the county retail stores, ranked the liquors by the volume sold, broken down into the most popular sizes, flavors or proofs within a brand, rather than the most popular brands overall.

A big thanks to Wurdeman for her help!

So what was Montgomery County drinking in 2012? Once again, vodkas lead the list. Similar to 2011, vodka brands took seven of the top 10 spots:

  • .75L  Smirnoff Vodka  
  • 1.75L Burnett's Vodka  
  • 1L Grey Goose Vodka 
  • 1.75L Skyy Vodka 
  • 1.75L  Bacardi Rum Light
  • 1.75L  Jack Daniels Black
  • 1L  Aristocrat Vodka
  • 1.75L  Captain Morgan Spiced Rum
  • 1.75L  Absolut Vodka -- 80 Proof
  • 1.75L Svedka Vodka
  • 1.75L  Jim Beam White
  • 1.75L  Bowman's Vodka
  • 1.75L  Dewar's "White Label" Scotch
  • 1.75L  Gilbey's Vodka
  • 750ML  Jack Daniel's Black
  • 750ML  Ciroc Peach Vodka
  • 1.75L  Ketel One Vodka
  • 1.75L  Canadian Mist Whiskey
  • 1.75L  Stolichnaya Vodka

Thirsty for more? You can also check out Montgomery's popular liquors from 2011 and 2010.

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