Liquor prices go up in Kerala

Liquor prices in the state was hiked by up to 7% on Wednesday as the government has granted its approval to the persistent demand of liquor producers to increase prices.

The state government will get an additional annual revenue of about Rs 700 crore with the fresh price hike.

According to Kerala State Beverages Corporation (KSBC) sources, the price hike will range from Rs 10 per bottle of beer costing around Rs 90 to Rs 70 for Indian Made Foreign Liquor costing above Rs 1,000.

Prices of wines have also been increased.