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History of the term bootlegging - General knowledge
Bootlegging is a term used to describe the illegal production and sale of alcohol, particularly during the period of Prohibition in the United States..
Oak used to make our barrels
Oak used to make our barrels
Once-used bourbon barrels are some of the most sought-after vessels for aging and flavoring spirits, wines, and beers.
Difference between Scotch, Bourbon and Whiskey
Difference between  Scotch, Bourbon and Whiskey
While there are many similarities between Scotch, bourbon, and other types of whiskey, there are also many differences in the production process and the resulting flavors of these beverages.
A llittle history on Moonshine
A llittle history on Moonshine
A look back at what was Moonshine
Different Types of Wood Used to Make Wooden Barrels
There are several different types of wood that are commonly used to make barrels, including oak, ash, and chestnut. Oak is perhaps the most popular wood for making barrels, as it is strong and durable, and it imparts a distinct flavor to the contents of the barrel. Ash and chestnut are also commonly used for making barrels, although they are not as popular as oak. Other woods that may be used to make barrels include elm, beech, and cherry.
Oktoberfest and the tapping of the barrel
Oktoberfest and the tapping of the barrel
Oktoberfest celebration and the traditional tapping of the barrel
How to tap a keg in six simple steps
Maybe you’re having a party or a special celebration and want to serve drinks from your keg properly, and most importantly, without any foam disaster! Well, in this article we’ll tell you how to do keg tapping properly in a few simple steps.