A blitz on rogue traders has resulted in four North End Road convenience shops losing their alcohol licences.
All were found to be selling untaxed drink, with undercover officers making seizures worth more than £25,000.
Bowman Newsagent, two shops called North End Supermarket, and Your Best One were all stripped of their licenses.
The worst offender was Bowman, where officers took away more than £23,000 worth of booze which hadn't been taxed in the UK, including more than 250 litres of vodka and 170 litres of whisky. They also seized 8,200 imported cigarettes.
It was also caught selling two tins of Kronenbourg to a 14-year-old.
A few doors down, the North End Supermarket was also found to be trading in rogue alcohol to the tune of more than £800. In addition, it breached rules requiring owners to keep records of all underage refusals of sale.
Staff at Your Best One were caught by covert officers selling alcohol after the 11pm cut-off and storing spirits and wine worth £318 without tax paid.
And in North End Parade, North End Supermarket owner Iftekhar Khan twice sold booze after hours and was found with 88 litres of contraband wine worth over £200.
Hammersmith and Fulham Council linked the breaches to crime and disorder and said it was to sending out a tough message to shop owners.
Councillor Victoria Brocklebank-Fowler, chairman of the Licensing Sub-Committee, said: "I am absolutely appalled these four newsagents thought that they could get away with their actions. Alcohol has duty paid on it for many good reasons. The committee voted unanimously to revoke the alcohol licences at each of these premises as we have a duty to protect our residents from crime and disorder caused by the actions or omissions of unscrupulous shop owners."
But the shops said the penalties were draconian and vowed to appeal, saying the measures will destroy their livelihoods.
Bowman joint-owner Ajit Singh said shopkeepers are being put in an impossible position by rogue cash and carries and said, despite being penalised for selling alcohol to a minor, he was not a prolific offender.
"I always ask for ID but on this occasion my brother was working, was stressed out and didn't, especially as the kid looked old," he said. "Sometimes when we refuse to serve teenagers we get sworn and spat at. It's intimidating but the council ignores this.
"All the alcohol comes from a supplier and it is very hard to know what is fake and what isn't. This is my whole life at stake and it will be impossible for us to carry on."
Tikin Kul of North End Supermarket at number 134 felt particularly hard done by. He said: "We proved them wrong on a number of things. All they got us for was a few bottles of wine which we bought in good faith. We had no warning and we are being treated like criminals. To say we are responsible for crime is laughable"
A worker at Your Best One, who didn't want to be named, said the store had passed all underage test purchases and that it had no idea it was selling dodgy alcohol.
The other North End Supermarket wasn't available for comment.