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Aging 3L (4 bottles) of Buffalo Trace in a charred oak barrel

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  • jacmac422
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    • Mar 2017
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    #16
    I tried this once and while it was good and worth doing again you have to have liquid in the barrel at all times. I let mine dry out for a month not thinking and it is now ruined. it cracked at each seem and the bands fell off

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    • BourBonQ
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      #17
      Great post! Do I see a bourbon barrel aged ale in the not too distant future, Huskee ?

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      • Huskee
        Huskee commented
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        Hmmm, can't rule anything out! Although I've been avoiding the more delicious full bodied beers lately, they make my pants and shirts shrink.

      • Beefchop
        Beefchop commented
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        This is a great use of the barrel when you're not storing whisky. I used to put my stouts and porters in my whisky barrels and let them age, keeps the barrel dry and adds an interesting flavor profile to your beers.
    • Zman23
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      #18
      I've done some aging too but think I need a new barrel. I've done a few different bourbons, ever clear, scotch, unaged rye, and some wray and nephew Jamaican overproof rum. All turned out better than what went in. Then I aged an old fashioned mix... I steeped the whiskey with orange peels for a week, strained it into the barrel, added sugar and bitters. The mix came out good but I think the sugars gummed up the barrel. The next clear liquor I tried never turned brown. I recommend trying aging at home!

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      • rip1877
        rip1877 commented
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        "Wray and nephew Jamaican overproof rum" Our family trips to Jamaica are never complete until we max out our TSA allotted spirits allowunce has been met. Well that and the Blue Mountain coffee. When I went to one of the big name liqueur stores here in town that claimed they can get anything brought in I asked for the Wray and Nephew Gin and they said Jamaica doesn't make Gin... I showed them the pick and they were shocked...
    • Buck Flicks
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      • Jul 2017
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      #19
      I was thinking about getting a regular Maker's Mark going in one of these. Maker's 46 is one of my favorites, but I quite enjoy regular Maker's as well. I think the extra aging on regular Maker's might put more of a 46 twist on it, but at a lower cost.

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      • Huskee
        Huskee commented
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        You'e right. My BIL did that exact thing. He went like 6 months, (you don't need to go that long but it certainly doesn't hurt). It was awesome.

      • Buck Flicks
        Buck Flicks commented
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        Also thinking about Wild Turkey 101. Wild Turkey Kentucky Spirit is one of my favorites, and I recently discovered, it's regular 101 aged longer.

      • tRidiot
        tRidiot commented
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        I'm finishing up a bottle of Wild Turkey 101 rye right now. Very good stuff. Neat with just a dollop of tapwater, room temp. Very good.
    • Beefchop
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      #20
      I made the mistake of pulling whisky from my barrel when I did t his, and once I introduced air into the whisky it evaporated over time. In hindsight I should have let it age and then rebottled it.

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      • DeusDingo
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        #21
        do you have to filter it at all? i know when they harvest the barrels at a distillery they have to filter the goods because it has so much char in it from the barrel.

        also - very freakin' cool.

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        • Huskee
          Huskee commented
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          Thanks! I haven't. When you season the barrel you leave water in it for a few days, and when I'm done with that step I shake it and drain, then rinse, shake, drain a few more times to get any tidbits of wood out before adding the whiskey. I might find out one day I should've filtered, but so far no.
      • klflowers
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        #22
        I asked my wife to give me one of these for Valentines day. She said it wasn't very romantic; I said after I age and sip some BT, I'll be romantic as heck!

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        • Huskee
          Huskee commented
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          Can't argue with that!!
      • kill2grill
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        #23
        Nice! Haven't tried gin but cranked out about 3 barrels of Barrel Aged Manhattans. The smoke in the barrel mellowed out and in between batches I started to fill the barrel with sherry vs water to add flavor. So for the gin are you adding aromatics with vodka?

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        • Huskee
          Huskee commented
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          Sorry I missed your question...nope, just put some inexpensive gin in the used whiskey barrel. I haven't
          crossed the bridge into aromatics territory yet.
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        #24
        Update, it's been just over 3 months for the Buffalo Trace in the 3L barrel, and MAN is it good stuff. I've given samples to a couple buddies who are whisk(e)y connoisseurs and they all agree it is fantastic.

        On my smaller 1L bottle I have bottled the cheaper (New Amsterdam) gin experiment and since refilled it with Beefeater, which the wife & I prefer as a our mixing gin since it's ballsier than some of the more pricier ones, yet very affordable. The Beefeater has since gone about ~7 weeks as of now. Yum!

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        • barelfly
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          #25
          Huskee how are the barrels holding up for you? Reading through it seems you have liquid in them at all times? Is there enough liquid of some sort to fill the entire space to keep it from drying out?

          I read the reviews the other night on Amazon, and was surprised at how many people had issues. But, that could be due to not keeping liquid in the space to keep it from drying. People here seem to be a bit more up with doing things more precisely so wanted to ask you and others here how the barrels are holding up over time.

          I almost bought a 128 oz beer ukegg the other day to go with my 64oz, but then thought this would actually be a better purchase for me.

          Any thoughts..

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          • jfmorris
            jfmorris commented
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            You are correct that it is best to have no head space (air) in the barrel if possible. Practically there will be a little, as you don't want to overflow the bung hole.

          • Huskee
            Huskee commented
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            Yes I keep liquid in mine at all times, but they're not completely full cuz every month or so I take a sample or three. But what I'll do is I'll rotate the barrel so the bunghole is in about the 1:00-2:00 position or 10:00-11:00, and hold it there for a week or so. That way I keep the top surfaces wet as well. No issues so far, if you take care of them they last well.

          • barelfly
            barelfly commented
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            Huskee which barrels do you have specifically? Sofia’s Find8ngs has a few different options and I can’t really distinguish between them. 3L barrels range in price is what it looks like?

            I’ll be getting one of these soon. Thanks for the comments, you as well jfmorris
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          #26
          barelfly This is the one I bought. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...mazingribs--20 Looks like he price went up $5. No problems with it, would buy again. Just follow their seasoning instructions & allow enough time, it takes a couple days if I remember right.

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          • Luscombe
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            #27
            Huskee, This looks like a great idea. I love bourbon. My gateway bourbon was Four Roses. I prefer a smoother sweeter taste after the first burn. Vanilla notes are always welcome too. Have you tried ageing Four Roses?

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            • Huskee
              Huskee commented
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              Never have. I've only ever tried their single barrel, and no aging.
          • smokin fool
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            #28
            Seagram's in Waterloo used to sell off old oak whiskey barrels, too bad you couldn't get ahold of one of those.
            Used to make great swish in them.

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            • efranzen
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              #29
              Since these barrels are oak, I assume they could be cut up after they have given up all their goodness and used for smoking?

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              • smokin fool
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                Jack Daniels sells used barrel wood chips.
                Adds a very nice smoke to beef.

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