MCHENRY 1812 Amber Qt Swirled Neck Whiskey; Benton, PA

This is a 10" tall, pre-1912 era, hand blown, square bodied, medium root beer amber whiskey bottle with swirled neck embossed "MCHENRY / IMI / 1812" on its one side. Glass is relatively clear, exhibiting just a bit of non offensive light interior content stain. T are a number of crude inside glass bubbles, two of which are of the surface onion skin type that do not detract from this bottle at all. Only issue is a 1/2" X 1" upper pouring lip chip, located off to the right side of the bottle. Even with this flaw, the bottle displays very well and would provide a welcome addition to any whiskey bottle collection at a fraction of the cost of a perfect original specimen. The McHenry Rye Whiskey distillery was located in the small Northern Columbia County town of Benton, PA. It flourished in its operating century from 1812 to 1912, when the main warehouse burned to the ground...this conflagration taking thousands of gallons of product, along with the ultimate fate of the entire McHenry Rye Whiskey empire with it. Today, all McHenry memorabilia is eagerly sought after and highly prized by its owners. This bottle would be no exception. Securely bubble wrapped, packaged, and shipped to anyw in the 48 Continental United States @ $6.95 via Priority Mail. Insurance optional at buyer's expense. Immediate shipping with payment by Money Order or ... read more