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(ex. $100=1 ticket, $500=5 tickets)
Winning ticket to be drawn on November 16, 2019. A maximum of 300 tickets will be sold.
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We will draw the WINNER on November 16th, 2019 at Penrose Brewing Company!!!
(Winner need not be present to win.)
rare bourbon for a rare disease
November 16, 2019
Penrose Brewing Company
509 Stevens Street
Geneva, IL 60134
6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
bourbon Drawing at 8:00PM!!!
Dave's Slow-Food-Truck will be at our event with amazing BBQ!!
We will have a silent auction and raffles to add to the fun!
Cash Bar and Food Truck.
Families are welcome!
It will be a great night out for a great cause.
Hope to see you there!
About the Bourbon:
Buffalo Trace has donated 400 bottles from its 6 millionth barrel to charities across the country in hopes to raise $500,000 or more for worthy causes! Will-Cure has the high honor of being a selected charity to receive a bottle.
Last year, Buffalo Trace barreled their 7 millionth barrel of whiskey since Prohibition. They house milestone barrels like this in the world’s tiniest rickhouse, built to hold just one barrel at a time. When the 7 millionth barrel was rolled off the line in April of 2018, the 6 millionth barrel was removed to age another year in a larger warehouse.
Finally, after a total of 10 years and 11 months of aging, the barrel was bottled this year, filling four hundred 375ml glass bottles. Each bottle has a handwritten description on it and comes packaged in a hardwood box including a piece of stave from the 6 millionth barrel and brochure explaining the significance of this historic barrel.
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