Sourced in Kentucky

From the home of the Bourbon Belt

The name ‘bourbon’ comes from Bourbon County, Kentucky, which should tell you a little something about how important bourbon is to the Kentuckians who’ve perfected the art of whiskeycraft. By definition, bourbon can only be made in a new charred American white oak barrel. Once those barrels are used to age the best of American whiskeys, we honor their heritage by turning them into stunning and meaningful pieces for your home.

The barrel is one of the most important components of a world-class whiskey. White oak is used to hand craft each one, which is then charred to perfection, stamped with the company’s logo, and then used to craft the most refined beverage in America.

Once finished aging whiskey, the heads of the barrels are handmade once more into customizeable pieces for your home or bar.

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ABOUT WHISKEYMADE

Bringing the Bourbon Belt to you

We get it, you like bourbon!  What self respecting American doesn’t?  It’s as American as apple pie.  We love it so much we decided to make stuff out of old bourbon barrels.  We hope you like em.  If you have any ideas for other products you’d like to see, please let us know.

Each Barrel Head ordered gets the custom treatment from our engravers and woodworking specialists.  We only sell barrel heads that have been used to age bourbon whiskey by a Kentucky-based distiller.  Each head is uniquely marked based on distiller, warehouse location, and date of production.  The read deal!  And each one is 100% unique.
 
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