Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club Pulls Russian Vodka From Shelves In Support of Ukraine

Among the public outcry and disgust over Vladamir Putin‘s invasion of Ukraine, the famed Larry Flynt Hustler Club is stepping up with their own condemning of the violent actions by hitting Mother Russia where it really hurts.

No More Moscow Mules

The gentleman’s club has called for a nationwide banning of all Russian-made vodka. “Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club operates six erotic ultra lounges nationwide, all of which have agreed to pull brands including Smirnoff and Stolichnaya from their inventory,” a statement from the organization read.

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Larry Flynt, who died in 2021 at the age of 78, opened Hustler Club Las Vegas back in September of 2010 and it continues to be one of the main Sin City hot spots. It is comprised of 70,000 square feet of astounding elegance spread across three floors and a resident executive basement reserved for management and the entertainers.

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“Participating in the conversation is important in spreading awareness, but taking action is even more important in making a difference, a spokesperson for The Hustler Club said.

They added, “The decision made by Larry Flynt’s Hustler Clubs as a collective is in alignment with the sanctions made against Russia by our nation.”

Hustler Club Commits To Using American Vodka

The banning of Russian vodka will take place immediately and the club also explained that additional measures will be implemented to re-design special cocktails with US-made vodka. They also announced that the Moscow Mule will officially be named the Hustler Mule.

“Hustler proudly private labels its own vodka brand (HUSTLER® Vodka) which is distilled in Bend, Oregon and widely distributed to its clubs nationwide,” the company said.

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