In Russia you can buy vodka in a bottle which looks like an AK-47 rifle.
At the rate the USA is turning into the former USSR, it's only a matter of time before we see US headlines like this one: Russia sets minimum price for vodka
Alas, Russian history provides a clue to the potential success of this latest government intervention.
Past efforts to limit vodka sales have led to increased production of unregulated or homemade vodka, which even now is estimated to make up nearly half of all vodka consumed [which is estimated to be 18 liters (4.8 gallons) of pure alcohol for every man, woman and child per year.]
Власть народу. [Power to the people.]
Read all about it: How to Make Vodka