Sunday, November 12, 2017
Buffalo Trace Distillery, makers of the highly sought-after spirit, shipped the Van Winkle lines and antique collection in late October.
The board says customers must possess and present a valid Alabama driver's license to make any purchase. Buyers may only purchase one bottle from either of these two collections and a variety of the other offerings in the stores.
The Van Winkle line, Antique Collection, and other Buffalo Trace products will be made available in the following eight stores:
Store #58 – 3232 Galleria Circle, Hoover.
Store #67 – 160 Baldwin Square, Fairhope.
Store #72 – 7413 EastChase Parkway, Montgomery.
Store #145 – 354 Hollywood Boulevard, Birmingham.
Store #151 – 6790 University Drive, NW, Huntsville.
Store #226 – 3051 Frederick Road, Opelika.
Store #234 – 1390 Tingle Circle West, Mobile.
Store #238 – 1120 Lurleen Wallace Boulevard, Tuscaloosa.
None can be held or placed on hold. This is a first come, first served event, the board says.
Posted by Derek at 9:32 AM
Friday, November 10, 2017
As of November 10th, 2017 you can expect to see it in the following states:
November 1st – Pappy Van Winkle is confirmed in North Carolina and Kentucky as the first two states of 2017. Washington D.C. has also report Pappy today
November 2nd – Pappy in Wisconsin and Nevada
November 3– Pappy arrives in Maryland
November 7 – Pappy Van Winkle arrived in Iowa
November 9 – South Carolina, Utah and Georgia
Many more are coming stay tuned and subscribe to the blog!
Posted by Derek at 12:00 AM
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
This is the second time Ohio has had a lottery for Pappy Van Winkle. The first lottery drew more than 8,000 people.
“This is a very highly sought-after bourbon,” Lindsey LeBerth, the spokeswoman for Ohio’s division of liquor control, told the Toledo Blade. “Small allocations are given to each state, so it’s even more highly sought-after because it’s such a small amount we get.” According to LeBerth, the shipment is expected to include 10, 12, 15, 20, and 23-year-old bottles.
Posted by Derek at 4:36 PM