Whiskey lovers in Pennsylvania have a chance to snag some rare bottles, including bourbons from Kentucky’s Wild Turkey and Buffalo Trace distilleries.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is Conducting five limited edition lotteries That includes 4,429 bottles of rare whiskey, state liquor officials said Monday.
Pennsylvania residents and license holders of legal drinking age can participate in the lotteries until Friday at 5 p.m. Lottery participants may choose to enter one, several or all drawings, but winners’ names will be removed from all subsequent lotteries.
The PLCB will email all winning and non-winning entries in the following weeks to purchase bottles from the drawings.
Anyone wishing to participate in the lottery must have an active account with Fine Wine & Good Spirits. Participants must provide a verifiable Pennsylvania billing address and designate a Fine Wine & Good Spirits location for delivery upon registration.
The resale of products won in the lotteries is prohibited. Violations would result in exclusion from future lotteries, PLCB officials said.
The first lottery includes the following bottles:
• Blanton’s Gold Straight Bourbon: 477 bottles for private customers, 159 bottles for licensees – $119.99 each
• Blanton’s Straight From the Barrel Bourbon: 483 bottles for private customers, 160 bottles for licensees – $149.99 each
The following bottles will be raffled off in the second lottery:
• Eagle Rare Straight Bourbon (17 Years): 1 bottle for retail customers – $109.99 each
The third lottery has the following bottles:
• Heaven Hill Heritage Collection Straight Corn Whiskey (20 Years, 2023 Edition): 150 bottles for private customers, 49 bottles for licensees – $289.99 each
The fourth lottery includes the following bottles:
• Russell’s Reserve Straight Bourbon (13 years): 566 bottles for private customers, 188 bottles for licensees – $149.99 each
The fifth and largest lottery includes the following bottles:
• Stagg Straight Bourbon Barrel Proof: 1,647 bottles for individual consumers, 549 bottles for licensees – $54.99 each
Lottery drawings are certified by an independent third party. Winners will be randomly selected by a computer program.