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DIY Mini Whiskey Barrel Kickstarter!



from their page:

Inspiration: The inspiration for our DIY whiskey barrel came from a desire to give everyone a chance to age their own premium spirits in an actual charred, white oak barrel. The barrel is designed to turn a pint of clear neutral spirit into a delicious aged whiskey in little more than a week or two.

What it does: Improves the taste of spirits, wine, and cocktails - in as little as a few hours to a few weeks.

How it Works: Simply assemble the barrel, hydrate the barrel, add neutral grain spirits, age to taste, and enjoy with friends.




i think it's a pretty neat lil device. i highly suggest going to their kickstarter page to see all their amazing pictures and gifs!!

Click Here to see their full kickstarter page and contribute!
 
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