Oak Barrel, SCC (Charred), American, 5 gal.

Oak Barrel, SCC (Charred), American, 5 gal.

Oak Barrel, SCC (Charred), American, 5 gal.
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$305.25
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These Gibbs Brothers Oak Barrels are just the right size for the home winemaker, brewer, or distiller. Features a charred interior which will impart plenty of oak flavor to your beverage of choice.
Specifications
  • Volume: 5 Gallons
  • Oak: American
  • Toast: Heavy
  • Manufacturer: Gibbs Brothers Cooperage Co. - Arkansas
  • Weight: 17 lbs.
  • Pickup Locations Available for This Item
    1. The Beverage People Warehouse, Santa Rosa.
      Fulfillment occurs daily, Mon - Sat. We aim to fulfill orders in 2 hours or less, whenever possible.
    2. No Quarter Brewing Co., Windsor. 
      Until further notice, our pickup station at No Quarter Brewing Co is not available.

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    Oak Barrel, SCC (Charred), American, 5 gal.
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    Oak Barrel, SCC (Charred), American, 5 gal.
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    The barrel has stopped leaking after two days soaking everywhere except around the bung hole. The wood is moist on the stave with the hole and as far as the hoops. What can I do about this?
     

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