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A&K American Oak Barrel - 30 gal
WE446

A&K American Oak Barrel - 30 gal

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Description

Originally starting as a keg company, A&K Cooperage has, for the last 25 years, focused solely on manufacturing American oak barrels. The barrels are made using the European technique of fire bending to make the wood more pliable. The staves are also air dried for at least 24 months and all the wood is sourced from Missouri. These barrels are medium plus toast and have a 2" bung.

Features:

  • Staves air-dried for 24 months minimum
  • Medium Plus Toast
  • 2" Wooden Bung
  • 100% Missouri Oak
  • 30" Tall x 19" Diameter, 60 lbs
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Item # WE446
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 85LBS
OriginAmerican
FormBarrel
SizeN/A
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It's the only 30 gal American oak barrel available
Steve Van S on Mar 15, 2019
I make Petite Syrah from grapes grown in Sacramento and have always used American Oak. I neutralize the barrel with soda ash and leave PSO2 and citric acid solution in for year before filling with wine.
Michael S on Oct 26, 2018
It's the only 30 gal American oak barrel available
Steve Van S on Mar 15, 2019
Cidermaking with a barrel, why not
Kris I on Nov 26, 2018
I make Petite Syrah from grapes grown in Sacramento and have always used American Oak. I neutralize the barrel with soda ash and leave PSO2 and citric acid solution in for year before filling with wine.
Michael S on Oct 26, 2018
Have used before and was satisfied with performance
Richard S G on Sep 20, 2018
Desire to age in oak, American is less expensive, prefer 30 gallon barrells due to room in y home winery.
Brian F on Jun 7, 2018
Cidermaking with a barrel, why not
Kris I on Nov 26, 2018
Have used before and was satisfied with performance
Richard S G on Sep 20, 2018
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