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logo   We offer liquor, wine and beer, pipes, and pipe tobacco, cigarettes, cigars, roll your own tobacco supplies and novelty items at both of our locations Lake Ozark and Laurie Missouri.

  Please view our fine liquor products by clicking on the links below . . .


   Lake Liquor offer domestic and imported beers at both of our stores. We also offer a selection of specialty beer brands, which can often be hard to find. A list of some of the beers we offer is provided below:

    • Budweiser
    • Budweiser Select
    • American Ale
    • Miller
    • Miller Lite
    • Michelob

    • Ultra
    • Michelob Light
    • Shock Top
    • Pabst Blue Ribbon
    • Amber Bock
    • Heineken

    • Mike's
    • Guinness
    • Lowenbrau
    • Labatt
    • Boulevard
    • Blue Moon

    • Schlafly
    • Moosehead
    • Land Shark
    • New Castle Brown Ale
    • Red Stripe
    • Smirnoff

    • Bacardi
    • Duuel
    • Amstel
    • Stella Artois
    • Big Sky
    • Rogue

    • Shiner
    • Lough
    • Bass
    • Harp
    • Murphy's
    • New Belgium

    • Mickey's Malt Liquor
    • Molson
    • Sangria
    • Goose Island
    • Ray Hill's
    • Belgian White

    • 312
    • Samuel Smith's
    • Boddington's
    • Paulaner
    • Magners
    • Young's

    • Hennepin
    • Smith's
    • Woodchuck
    • Ommegang
    • Framboise Lambic


   Lake Liquor offers domestic & imported wines at both of our stores. A list of some of the wines we offer is provided below:

    • Opus One
    • Cakebread
    • Jordan
    • Silver Oak
    • Stags Leap
    • Silverado

    • William Hill
    • Robert Mondavi
    • MacMurray
    • B V
    • Kendall Jackson
    • Franciscan

    • Frei Brothers
    • Alexander Valley
    • Kenwood
    • Beringer
    • J Lohr
    • Sterling

    • Georges Duboeuf
    • Barton & Guestier
    • Whitehaven
    • Kim Crawford
    • Nobilo
    • Concha Y Toro

    • David Bruce
    • La Crema
    • Cambria
    • Francis Coppola
    • Rodney Strong
    • Freemark Abbey

    • Ferrari Carano
    • Robert Sinskey
    • Frogs Leap
    • M Cosentino
    • Buehler Vineyards
    • Louis Martini

    • Clos Du Val
    • Hess
    • Estancia
    • Chateau Souverain
    • Red Rock
    • Murphy Goode

    • Simi
    • Wild Horse
    • Clos du Bois
    • Chateau St Michelle
    • Toad Hollow
    • Bogle

    • Columbia Winery
    • Castle Rock
    • Cellar 8
    • Cline
    • Guena
    • Concannon

    • Smoking Loon
    • Gnarly Head
    • Hogue
    • Sebastiani
    • Red Diamond
    • Forest Glen

    • Mirassou
    • Middle Sister
    • Aquinas
    • Barefoot
    • Crane Lake
    • Pepperwood

    • Fish Eye
    • Sutter Home
    • Woodbridge
    • Turning Leaf
    • Glen Ellen
    • Nothanson Creek

    • Corbett Canyon
    • Rex Goliath
    • Vendage
    • Gallo
    • Foxhorn
    • Inglenook

    • Livingston
    • Black Box
    • Franzia
    • Peter Vella
    • Carlo Rossi
    • Arbor Mist

    • Penfolds
    • Rosemount
    • Wolf Blass
    • Jacobs Creek
    • Yellow Tail
    • Black Swan

    • Little Penguin
    • Banrock Station
    • Don Miguel Gascon
    • Alamos
    • Primus
    • Veramonte

    • La Playa
    • La Rocas
    • Sebeka
    • Morgnes de Caceres
    • Santa Margherita
    • Da Vinci

    • Maso Conali
    • Ruffino
    • Ecco Domani
    • Bella Sera
    • Placido
    • Cavit

    • Voga
    • Bell’agio
    • Schmitt Sohne
    • Rheinhessen
    • Vertikal
    • Jakob Demmer

    • Griesedieck
    • Polka Dot
    • Blue Fish
    • St Jame's Winery

Domestic & Imported Liquors

  We offer all kinds of liquors. Look for your favorite fine brand liquor from a number of premium
manufacturers including:

       Brandy is distilled from grape or fruit wine.  Often other flavors are introduced during the distillation process in order to make an apple brandy or a blackberry brandy.  If the flavor is introduced after the distillation process, then it is not a brandy, it is a liqueur.

    • Remy Martin
    • Martel
    • Hennessy
    • OG
    • Courvoisier
    • Clear Creek

    • E & J
    • Christian Brothers
    • Korbel
    • Paul Masson

       Vodka is any fermented beverage which undergoes triple distillation.  The triple distillation produces an extremely high alcohol content and a very pure alcohol.  It is so high that it is poisoness, so it is traditionally watered down to 80 proof or so.  If it is left in a higher state, it can be considered moonshine.  Vodka is usually made from potatoes or corn.

    • Stoli
    • Reyka
    • Chopin
    • Level
    • Russian Standard
    • Vox

    • Ultimat
    • Hangar One
    • Imperia
    • Pearl
    • Ciroc
    • Van Gogh

    • Effen
    • Titos
    • Ketel One
    • Three Olives
    • UV
    • Jeremiah Weed

    • Sobieski
    • Pinnacle
    • Fris
    • McCormick
    • Burnett’s
    • Putinka

       Gin is similar to vodka in that it is a triple distilled liquor.  The only difference is that the 'wine' is steeped in juniper berries prior to distillation.  Wine is the pre-distilled state of the liquor.

    • Beefeater
    • Tanqueray
    • Bombay
    • Hendricks
    • Gordon’s
    • Seagrams

    • New Amsterdam
    • Booths
    • Gilbey’s
    • Fleischmann’s
    • Burnett’s

       Rum is a Caribbean beverage made from sugars or molasses.  It is typically fermented once and barrel aged.  Silver rums might be distilled twice and aged in glass or stainless steel.

    • Bacardi
    • Myers’s
    • Appleton
    • Gosling’s
    • J Wray & Nephew
    • Pyrat

    • Ron Zacapa
    • Mount Gaye
    • Old Mill
    • Cruzan
    • Don Q
    • Captain Morgan

    • Sailor Jerry
    • Parrot Bay
    • Malibu
    • Admiral Nelson
    • Ron Rico
    • San Juan
    • Burnett’s

       This is a Mexican beverage which is made from the blue agave plant.  It is only tequila if it is made in Mexico.  There are many different types of tequila, but it is usually distilled once and barrel aged.

    • Don Julio
    • Patron
    • Cabo Wabo
    • Corazon
    • Maestro
    • Hussong’s

    • Don Eduardo
    • Agavero
    • Damiana
    • Jose Cuervo
    • Hornitos
    • 1800

    • Milagro
    • Herradura
    • Tres Generations
    • Cazadores
    • Sauza
    • El Jimador

    • Ultimo
    • Margaritaville
    • Tarantula
    • Lanazul

    Whiskey or Whisky
       This is one of the more artistic liquors in that there is a lot of elements that go into it.  It is made form a grain wine.  There is an art to exactly what types of grains are used.  Then it is distilled once or twice, usually at high temperatures and barrel aged in oak for extended lengths of time.

    • George Dickel
    • Jack Daniels
    • Gentleman Jack
    • Jim Beam Rye
    • Wild Turkey Rye
    • Jim Beam 8 Star

    • Early Times
    • Seagrams 7
    • Kessler
    • McCormick
    • Kentucky Deluxe
    • Calvert

       "All bourbons are whiskey, but not all whiskeys are bourbon."  Whiskey or Whisky is an alcoholic distillate from a fermented mash of grain produced at less than 190 proof in such a manner that the distillate possesses the taste, aroma, and characteristics generally attributed to whiskey, stored in oak containers (except that corn whisky need not be so stored), and bottled at not less than 80 proof, and also includes mixtures of such distillates for which no specific standards of identity are prescribed.

       For a whiskey to qualify as bourbon, the law--by international agreement--stipulates that it must be made in the USA.  It must be made from at least 51% and no more than 79% Indian corn, and aged for at least two years.  (Most bourbon is aged for four years or more.) The barrels for aging can be made of any kind of new oak, charred on the inside.  Nowadays all distillers use American White Oak, because it is porous enough to help the bourbon age well, but not so porous that it will allow barrels to leak.  It must be distilled at no more than 160 proof (80% alcohol by volume).  Nothing can be added at bottling to enhance flavor or sweetness or alter color.  The other grains used to make bourbon, though not stipulated by law, are malted barley and either rye or wheat.

    • Maker's Mark
    • Knob Creek
    • Eagle Rare
    • Basil Hayden
    • Baker’s
    • Booker’s

    • Woodford
    • Blanton’s
    • Bernheim
    • Elijah Craig
    • Four Roses
    • Bulleit

    • Wild Turkey
    • Jim Beam
    • Weller Reserve
    • Dave Nicholson 1843
    • Old Charter
    • Old Grand Dad

    • Ancient Age
    • Old Crow
    • Kentucky Tavern
    • Evan Williams
    • Old Forester
    • Ten High

    • Ezra Brooks
    • Canadian
    • Crown Royal, Black, Reserve, Cask 16, XR
    • Pendleton
    • Canadian Club
    • Seagrams VO

    • Windsor
    • Canadian Mist
    • Wiser’s
    • Canadian Hunter
    • Lord Calvert
    • Black Velvet

    • James Foxe
    • Northern Light
    • Canadian Ltd
    • Rich & Rare
    • Jack Daniel's

       Scotch whisky is whisky made in Scotland.  In Britain, the term whisky is usually taken to mean Scotch unless otherwise specified.  In other English-speaking countries, it is often referred to as "Scotch".
       Scotch whisky is divided into five distinct categories: Single malt Scotch whisky, blended malt (formerly called "vatted malt" or "pure malt"), blended Scotch whisky, blended grain Scotch whisky, and single grain Scotch whisky.  The first written mention of Scotch whisky is in the Exchequer Rolls of Scotland, 1495. A Friar named John Cor was the distiller.

    • Glenlivet
    • Balvenie
    • Glenmorangie
    • Macallan
    • Laphroaig

    • Glen Fiddich
    • Oban
    • Speyburn
    • Singleton
    • McClelland’s
    • Sheepdip

    • Lismore
    • Pinch
    • Buchanan’s
    • Chivas
    • Johnnie Walker Red, Black, Green, Gold, Blue
    • Cutty Sark

    • J&B
    • Dewar’s
    • Famous Grouse
    • Old Smuggler
    • Scorsby
    • Crawford’s
    • Usher’s

    • Grant’s
    • Cluny
    • Inverhouse
    • Clan MacGregor
    • House of Stuart

    • Jameson
    • Bushmills
    • Tullamore Dew
    • Clontarf
    • Powers

Instructions on how to pour a beer:

Things You'll Need:

  • Beer
  • Beer mug or other drinking glass

Step 1
  1.  Choose the beer and glass type you will be using.
You can research what types of beers match best with which
types of glasses. has a complete list of glassware for beer.

Step 2
  2.  Open the beer and get a clean glass.  A glass that has been chilled a few hours in the freezer first is best in order to keep the beer cold.

Step 3
  3.  Angle the glass to 45 degrees and begin to pour the beer.  When pouring from a bar tap placement should be in the middle of the glass, filling it about halfway into the glass.

Step 4
  4.  Change to a 90-degree angle once the glass is a little more than halfway full and continue pouring the beer.

Step 5
  5.  Complete the pour by leaving about 1 inch of head at the top of the glass.  It releases the aroma of the beer and makes for a better presentation.

You must be 21 years of age to order any alcohol product. If you purchase beer, wine and or liquor products from this site you are certifying that you are over the age of 21. Individuals who are caught attempting to purchase these products under the age of 21 will forfeit their payment and be subject to full prosecution under the law.

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    * You must be 21 years or older to make a purchase.

    * Liquor is only available to adults aged 21 years or over within the United States.

    * Lake Liquor and Tobacco requires that all liquor/alcohol purchasers have reached the age of
    21 years or older.

    * Lake Liquor and Tobacco reserves the right to refuse to fulfill any order that we
    reasonably believe has originated from a minor (anyone under the age of 21) or is on
    behalf of a minor.

    * Use of this site by minors or for the purposes of illegal activities (such as purchases
    for minors or resale to minors or others) is strictly prohibited. It is a crime for anyone
    under the legal age in their state of residence, to purchase or use liquor/alcohol products.
    Likewise, it is a crime in ALL states for anyone of legal age to purchase for, provide or
    distribute liquor/alochol products to minors.

    * All goods and products are subject to availability.

    * We reserve the right to alter the price or specification of goods supplied by us at any
    time without prior notice. All goods are sold subject to the prices prevailing at the time
    of purchase. In the event that either the chosen product is unavailable or the price has
    changed you will be informed before your order is processed.

    * Returns & Guarantees: We only stock items from the most reputable sources, and the
    authenticity of every brand and/or manufacturer is guaranteed. We inspect every item
    before it is shipped, and all goods are shipped fully insured in case of loss or damage.

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