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Content is mostly user-submitted, so if you have bottles that you don’t see here please click the submit link and contribute your photos!There are several clues to assist in identifying the year and distillery of whiskey bottles.Other distilleries use date codes that are more cryptic.See the Van Winkle Timeline for examples of Buffalo Trace’s coding scheme.Below is an example of a bonded tax strip (click to enlarge). – Starting in 1945, the words “Series” and “111” appear below the eagle in the center of red strips.– Prior to 1973, green bonded strips denoted the size of the bottle, for example 4/5 qt, on one end of the strip. Below is an example of a 1945-1960 style strip (click to enlarge).
UPC codes started to be used in the late 70s/early 80s, which can give you a general idea of era.Browse the photos on this site to see if you can find a matching bottle that’s already been identified.See the timelines for distillery- and brand-specific information.Blue tax strips were for export out of the US only, but not all exports used blue strips.The green Bottled in Bond strips were discontinued starting December 1, 1982.