During the Prohibition Era, whiskey was still used for medicinal purposes. So the US government granted licenses to six distilleries to bottle whiskey; one of them was the George T. Stagg Distillery, now known as Buffalo Trace. Their Prohibition Collection pays tribute to five long-lost brands produced at the distillery during Prohibition. Those include Old Stagg a 132.4 barrel-proof uncut and unfiltered whiskey, Golden Wedding, a 107-proof rye, Three Feathers, a 100-proof, bottled-in-bond offering, Walnut Hill, a 90-proof high-rye bourbon, and George T. Stagg Distillery Spiritus Frumenti, a 110-proof wheated bourbon. The collection arrives in a custom wooden display case and includes one period-correct 375ml bottle of each outfitted with Prohibition Era-inspired labels. Available in limited quantities, it ships to select retailers, bars, and restaurants nationwide in October.