These ex Tasmanian Distillery Whisky (first fill) 30 Litre oak barrels that have been carefully crafted and stored in a professional environment. Expertly stored, each barrel has a distinct character, EX Ruby Port casks shipped directly from Douro Valley in Portugal to the Tasmanian Tiger Cooperage.
The oak barrels have held a first fill of Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky for several years and were stored in temperate and humidity controlled environment and have been very recently disgorged and are ready to ship and fill immediately.
Ensure your product has the superior character of authentic ex Ruby Port Casks and ex Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky casks with these 30L oak barrels.
Our Search is Your Satisfaction! We have heard our craft distillers customers cries for some high quality sustainable reusable barrels with a story to tell so please read on...
These barrels started their life as Ruby Port barrels in the world-famous Douro Valley in Portugal where they held Port for a number of years.
In their second life, they were coopered down to 30 Litre Barrels by the Tasmanian Tiger Cooperage and used to hold and mature some of the country’s most celebrated Tasmanian Single Malt Whisky for several years.
These barrels are now looking for their 3rd home at your home or brewery or distillery. These barrels are known as 1st Fills in the Industry and would have two more spirit fills or serve as excellent barrels for Big Bold Clean Beers like Stouts and Porters or Sour Beers or Meads.
Our Search is Your Satisfaction! Can you look after these barrels and store your own precious clean or sour beer or spirit or mead?
Cask Dimensions and Weight:
- 37cm Head Diameter
- 51cm High
- 40cm Bilge
- Gross Weight: 21Kg
- Volume: minimum 30 Litres
Pallet Dimensions and Weight:
- 27 x 30L Casks
- 9 x 30L Casks per Layer
- 3 x 30L Casks high
- 120 cm Wide
- 120 cm Deep
- 172 cm Height
- Gross Weight: 600 Kg
Marketing Notice - Buyer Beware!
These barrels have spent their 2nd life at a highly awarded premium Tasmanian whisky distillery. Their logos have not been shaved from the barrels and under no circumstances are customers allowed to leverage or use the former distillers name in the marketing of their own beverages should you be a commercial brewery or distillery who is keen to use these barrels. By all means you are allowed store your beer or spirit or cider or mead in these barrels and give them a generous 3rd life and your allowed to market the barrels origin story and history of life but you are NOT ALLOWED to mention any Brand or Distillery that formerly housed these wonderful oak barrels.</p>