cowdery wrote: SW did a lot of 107 proof bottlings, and Old Grand-Dad had the 114, so there were always high proof bottlings in limited release. Although they weren't necessarily exact barrel proofs, they were usually close.
I remember OGD 114 being advertised or labeled as "barrel proof" when I first noticed it, around 1986 or 87 as I recall. It would have been in the waning days of National Distillers.
SW used to label Weller Antique as barrel proof, but I understand that varied between 107 and 110. Wild Turkey, so far as I know, still barrels between 105 and 107, so their 101 proof bottlings may not be barrel proof but are pretty close to it. (Maker's barrels at 110; I wish Bill Samuels would introduce a barrel proof expression...or re-introduce the 101 Limited Edition.)