Second on the list was American whiskey, followed by cognac.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board’s annual report shows not just how much its stores earned, but also what Pennsylvanians drank.

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Overall sales were up, but online figures declines, likely due to most state stories opening in July last year.

The LCB said it contributed more than $800 million to the state’s general fund.

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Canned and uncanned ready-to-drink beverages spiked by 91 percent.

Unflavored vodka was the state’s top product of the year, bringing in more than $307 million. Second on the list was American whiskey, followed by cognac.

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