State holding third lottery for Buffalo Trace bourbon

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is holding its third lottery at the end of the month of 603 bottles of Buffalo Trace bourbon.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is holding its third lottery at the end of the month of 603 bottles of Buffalo Trace bourbon.

Five bourbons of various ages, recipes and proofs of the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection will be offered in the Nov. 23 lottery. Each bottle costs $59.99:

▪ Sazerac Rye, 18-year 90 proof — 54 bottles; 40 for retail customers, 14 for licensees

▪ Eagle Rare, 17-year 90 proof — 105 bottles; 79 for retail customers, 26 for licensees

▪ Thomas H. Handy, 126.9 proof — 108 bottles; 81 for retail customers, 27 for licensees

▪ William L. Weller, 134.6 proof — 150 bottles; 112 for retail customers, 38 for licensees

▪ George T. Stagg 138.2 proof — 186 bottles; 139 for retail customers, 47 for licensees

To take part in the lottery, those interested must be registered customers atwww.FineWineAndGoodSpirits.com with billing information on file. Following registration, participants may opt in to the lottery before 11 p.m. Nov. 21.

Because the PLCB enforces a one-bottle-per-customer policy for its rarest products, only one customer at each billing address can register.

Source: State holding third lottery for Buffalo Trace bourbon

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