This Booze Shop Will Buy Your Leftover Alcohol

By: Lawrence Bonk

Have you ever had a massive shindig only to find, in the morning, a bunch of half empty liquor bottles? What are you supposed to do with it all, mix it together to create the world's first automatic barf machine? If you live in Tokyo you can sell those backwash-laden spirits to a second hand booze shop. Really.

Liquor Off is Tokyo's, and the world's, first second hand liquor store. They specialize in the purchase and sale of your leftovers, whether it's a bottle of rum or a can of beer. They'll even buy those tiny airplane bottles you love so much. You are gonna get rich (probably not.)

So if you ever find yourself in Tokyo after robbing a vodka manufacturing plant, you'll be in luck. Be careful, though. Vodka is easily traceable.

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