Southern Louisiana has long been a destination for area hunters, anglers and campers, and three-store Hebert's used to provide them with a steady stream of six-packs when they passed through. Lately, however, it's been selling the imports and fancy tequilas and other liquors. "They're buying the $40 Petrons," said Ken Mouton, who co-owns two of the stores, located about seven miles from Lafayette. "I've seen the beer category kind of flatten out and with some distributors, even fall below ...

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