Oregon makes it a little easier to buy prized whiskeys following bourbon scandal

The Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission will make it a little easier to buy hard-to-get whiskeys, including some of the rare bourbons that were at the center of an agency scandal this year.

The OLCC will hold lottery drawings for a chance to purchase rare whiskeys such as Pappy Van Winkle and other prized products that can fetch for thousands of dollars on resale markets, according to an Oregonian report Tuesday. The commission now will hold drawings once a quarter. In the past, there was no set…

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