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Originally published May 31, 2012 at 7:32 PM | Page modified June 1, 2012 at 3:15 PM

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Database: How much did your liquor cost before I-1183?

Consumers will pay more for liquor beginning June 1 when private retailers can sell spirits in Washington for the first time since Prohibition ended. A wholesalers trade group says there could be a 15 to 35 percent price hike. Here's a database of state-mandated prices before June 1.

What did you pay?
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At stroke of midnight, liquor sales turned into a private enterprise


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Across the board for me, as a single malt scotch drinker, prices have gone up, 20% and... MORE
The state is still in charge of Liquor and we all got screwed with the garbage 2.83 and... MORE
Just did some price checking at QFC, some stuff is down (not much), most is up, and... MORE

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