The Washington Liquor Control board will be auctioning off its remaining inventory Thursday, valued at nearly $1.3 million.
Voters put the state out of the liquor business last November, so the state has to get rid of its stock.
The board said 15,000 total cases divided into 138 lots are being auctioned off, including mini bottles, pints and other small sizes, high-dollar items, and mixed products including spirits, wine, mixers, garnish and beer. Here is a full look at the inventory.
Only people with valid liquor licenses can participate.
The auction will be held at the board’s distribution center in south Seattle starting at 10 a.m.