This November, Wake County ABC will be hosting an online lottery for allocated bourbon and whiskey products. This list includes:
|1792 12 Year||$49.95|
|1792 Sweet Wheat||$37.95|
|Ardbeg 19 Year||$299.95|
|E.H. Taylor Amaranth||$69.95|
|Elijah Craig 18 Year||$129.95|
|Elmer T. Lee 100 year Tribute||$99.95|
|Four Roses Barrel Strength||$74.95|
|Four Roses Limited Edition||$140.05|
|Kentucky Owl Straight Rye #3||$199.95|
|Mitcher’s 10 Year Rye||$159.95|
|Old Forester Birthday||$99.95|
|Old Rip Winkle 10 Year||$69.95|
|Pappy Family Reserve 20 Year||$199.95|
|Pappy Van Winkle 15 Year||$119.95|
|Pappy Van Winkle 23 Year||$299.95|
|Sazerac 6 Year Rye||$29.95|
|Thomas H. Handy||$99.95|
|Van Winkle Special Reserve 12 Year||$79.95|
|Weller Full Proof||$49.95|
|Whistle Pig 18 Year Double Malt||$399.95|
|William Larue Weller||$99.95|
|Woodford Reserve Master Collection||$129.95|
Suspiciously missing from the list are George T. Stagg, Sazerac Rye 18Y, and Eagle Rare 17Y. Despite having two other Buffalo Trace Antique Collection choices, Wake County must have missed their own lottery on these other three.
How To Enter The Wake ABC Lottery
To enter the Wake ABC bourbon and whiskey lottery, you can find information and forms provided by iContact on the Wake ABC website.
You must be 21 to enter, and each person gets only one entry.
A final, and quite contentious, requirement is that all entrants must be a resident of Wake County. The Wake ABC board will require verification of residency in order to win, and they will be removing duplicates.