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Low-proof spirits offer operators new options

Wines resembling hard liquor can boost sales for restaurants with limited licenses

Cocktails can be a great source of profit for restaurants, but full liquor licenses can be expensive and, depending on the jurisdiction, bureaucratic hassles. But new low-alcoholic options are becoming available for restaurants with just beer-and-wine licenses, including an increasingly popular line of wines meant to taste like spirits. 

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