(Indianapolis, Ind.) - Liquor retailers are starting to pull alcoholic beverages infused with caffeine from store shelves.
Joose alcoholic energy drink.
They are also calling on state lawmakers to follow other states like Michigan and ban the drinks.
Sold with names like Joose and Four Loko, the drinks have as much caffeine as four cans of pop and the alcohol equivalent of four beers.
The Indiana Association of Beverage Retailers is asking the legislature to ban the drinks, which have up to 12 percent of alcohol per can.