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Limited-release lottery features 7 highly sought-after whiskeys

Stephen Huba
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is holding a limited-release lottery that features highly sought-after whiskeys.

Pennsylvania residents have until 11 p.m. Saturday to opt in to the latest limited-release lottery by the state Liquor Control Board.

The July lottery features seven highly sought-after whiskeys, the board said. Entry is limited to one bottle per household, per lottery.

Featured products include:

Lottery One features two bottles (one for individual consumers, one for licensees) of Teeling Single Malt Whiskey Vintage Reserve 29 Year Old, $2,499.99

Lottery Two features five bottles (four for individual consumers, one for licensees) of Eagle Rare Double Eagle Very Rare Straight Bourbon, $1,999.99

Lottery Three features 15 bottles (12 for individual consumers, three for licensees) of O.F.C. Bourbon 1993, $2,499.99

Lottery Four features 16 bottles (12 for individual consumers, four for licensees) of Mister Sam Tribute Whiskey, $249.99

Lottery Five features 22 bottles (17 for individual consumers, five for licensees) of Buffalo Trace Distillery Experimental Collection Bourbon 48 Month Seasoned Staves 9 Year Old, $49.99

Lottery Six features 38 bottles (29 for individual consumers, nine for licensees) of Buffalo Trace Distillery Experimental Collection Bourbon 36 Month Seasoned Staves 9 Year Old, $49.99

Lottery Seven features 240 bottles (180 for individual consumers, 60 for licensees) of Weller Bourbon 12 Year Old, $39.99

Drawings will be held the week of July 8, during which time all winners and nonwinning entrants will be notified as soon as possible.

Individual consumers and licensees interested in entering one or more lotteries must be registered customers at, with billing information on file.

In light of attempts by previous lottery winners to resell products, the lottery terms and conditions have been updated to remind residents that the sale of alcoholic beverages without a license is prohibited under Pennsylvania law.

Stephen Huba is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Stephen at 724-850-1280, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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