Pa. Liquor Control Board will release rare whiskey through the lottery system: Here’s how to register

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Whiskey lovers will have the chance to purchase bottles of a limited release whiskey by participating in an upcoming lottery.

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will be holding several lottery draws for those wishing to purchase one of the 1,931 bottles of Van Winkle whiskey. Van Winkle is a Kentucky bourbon, batch aged between 12 and 23 years, and has been rated 99 out of 100 by Wine Enthusiast magazine and the World Spirits Championship.

Pennsylvania residents must register for one or more lotteries by 5 p.m. Friday, January 8. Fine Wine & Good Spirits website. Purchases are limited to one bottle per participant and winners are excluded from subsequent draws.

Here are the lots available at auction

  • Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve Straight Bourbon 23 Year Old 95.6 Proof 2020 Release, $ 399.99 each – 18 bottles for individual consumers, five bottles for licensees
  • Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve Straight Bourbon 20 Year Old 90.4 Proof 2020 Release, $ 249.99 each – 54 bottles for individual consumers, 17 bottles for licensees
  • Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve Straight Bourbon 15 Year Old 107 Proof 2020 Release, $ 149.99 each – 134 bottles for individual consumers, 44 bottles for licensees
  • Van Winkle Family Reserve Straight Rye Whiskey 13 Year Old 95.6 Proof 2020 Release, $ 159.99 each – 134 bottles for individual consumers, 44 bottles for licensees
  • Old Rip Van Winkle Handmade Straight Bourbon 10 Year Old 107 Proof 2020 Release, $ 89.99 each – 370 bottles for individual consumers, 123 bottles for licensees
  • Van Winkle Special Reserve Straight Bourbon 12 Year Old 90.4 Proof 2020 Release, $ 99.99 each – 741 bottles for individual consumers, 247 bottles for licensees

Winners must select a store for picking up their purchase. Lottery is open to residents of Pennsylvania 21 years of age and older, and photo ID must be presented upon withdrawal.

As is always the case with alcohol sales in Pennsylvania, the resale of one of the bottles sold at auction is illegal without an appropriate license for the sale of alcohol. Visit the Fine Wine & Good Spirits website for more information.

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