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Pennsylvania’s state-controlled liquor stores have been told to remove Russian-made alcohol from the shelves in response to the country’s invasion of Ukraine and in solidarity with Ukraine.  The move followed a letter from Gov. Tom Wolf asking “I urge you to remove Russian-sourced products from stores and cease selling them as quickly as possible as a small show of solidarity and support for the people of Ukraine, and an expression of our collective revulsion with the unprovoked actions of the Russian state.”

It shouldn’t hit too hard, according to 6ABC “According to the PLCB, very few products carried by Fine Wine & Good Spirits are actually sourced from Russia. In fact, only two products stocked in stores – Russian Standard and Ustianochka 80-proof vodkas – and about a half-dozen Special Order brands come from Russia.”