Mini Oak Barrels for Aging Spirits at Home
For as long as people have been drinking, distillers and brewers have known that the key to maximizing the quality of spirits lies in proper aging. When you purchase an oak whiskey barrel from Red Head Oak Barrels, you’ll instantly experience this history. Our aging barrels allow you to turn less-expensive liquor into a top-shelf masterpiece in a matter of weeks. Use your whiskey barrel to turn Crown Royal into Crown Reserve in 14-15 days or Crown XR in about a month. Or, age just about any tequila, rum, scotch, or bourbon of your choice to perfection in our mini wooden barrels.
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Red Head Barrels – for the Discerning Drinker
Would you like to start aging your own liquor at home? If so, do it right the first time. At Red Head Barrels, we provide the quality you need for superior taste every time you use your mini whiskey barrel. There are so many ways to enjoy your small whiskey barrel and related accessories, from flavoring and aging whiskey and other spirits quickly to infusing cigars with the essence of your choice for a truly unique and impressive gift idea. We’ve got lots of recipe ideas to try and can’t wait to hear what you come up with, too.
If you’ve been thinking about getting your own whiskey barrel and giving flavoring your own liquor a shot, you’ve come to the right place. Have a look around, and you’ll find everything you need to get started. Experiment with all assorted flavors, and you’ll undoubtedly find a few favorites you’ll return to over and over again. Either way, aging your own spirits at home in your Red Head whiskey barrel is an experience you don’t want to miss.
Wine and Beer Aging Oak Barrels
Red Head Oak Barrels Whiskey Barrels for sale are high quality oak barrels and aren’t limited to only hard liquor. Before wine was stored in glass bottles (hundreds of years ago), it was typically stored and sold in wooden barrels. That’s why you often see wine barrels strewn about in paintings from around this time. We may no longer need barrels to store and transport wine, but we sure still enjoy the flavor they impart. Oak barrels are an essential part of modern wine making. The oak adds flavor compounds such as clove, vanilla, coconut, and smoke; it also allows the slow ingress of oxygen, making the wine smoother and less astringent. Believe it or not, you can even age beer in oak barrels, and this practice is becoming better-known among home brewers. Remember that beer ages faster than wine or liquor because of its lower alcohol content, so check it sooner and let your palate guide you.