New Jersey Alcoholic Beverage Control
More than two dozen bars and restaurants across New Jersey are accused of selling low-quality booze to customers who ordered top-shelf brands.
New Jersey liquor officials have busted a ring which had been supplying illegal drinks to stores. The state Alcoholic Beverage Control was first made aware of Extracto De Malta in stores when a NJ TRANSIT bus driver tested positive for alcohol during a routine test. Store owners have to get Extracto De Malta off their shelves by Sept. 1 or face citation.