20 year aged Whiskey anyone?
Well not anyone, only those supposedly with licenses cards can purchase alcohol from specialized stores, unless of course you have a bootlegger on speed dial.
Muree Breweries has recently announced that it has begun producing a 20 year old single malt whiskey, for non-Muslims to enjoy. Amid prohibition since 1977, alcohol has become a taboo commodity in Pakistan. For those small minorities of foreigners, ex-pats and non-Muslims this means a richer whiskey will be available from July, made from a local producer.
I’m not sure about the rest of Pakistan, but getting alcohol is just more of an inconvenience rather than difficult to obtain in Karachi. License card or not.