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One half of a genuine white oak whiskey barrel—exhibits great character for rustic woodworking projects.

Half Whiskey Barrel

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Aged to a rustic perfection, our half whiskey barrels arrive ready to be distilled into the project of your choice. Pair the half barrel with a wood or glass top and wooden cradle for an easy coffee table. You can also disassemble it and use the staves for a wide variety of other projects, including Adirondack chairs. Each arrives as it was in the distillery, featuring a rustic patina, curved sides, coopered edges and a charred interior. Each barrel has been rinsed, steam sanitized and kiln dried to prevent mold or warping.

  • There is an additional $100.00 shipping charge for this item.
  • Ships directly from the manufactruer.
  • Must be shipped within 48 Contiguous United States.
  • Estimated Delivery time: 2 weeks.
  • Please call customer service before returning product.
(1) Half Whiskey Barrel
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number 11011
Weight 65.0000
Tech Spec
  • Species: American white oak
  • Minimum Diameter: 22-1/4''
  • Maximum Diameter: 25''
  • Height: 34-1/2''
  • Stave Thickness: 15/16''
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Coffee table in the making
Plan to make a coffee table. The charred insides was quite the dirty challenge,but after multiple grits, it’s starting to shape up quite nicely. It has turned out to be quite a project, but well worth it. Thanks
November 10, 2018
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It will look very nice as a planter on our deck!!!
ERIC P on Mar 22, 2019
It will look very nice as a planter on our deck!!!
ERIC P on Mar 22, 2019
What are the dimensions of the top?
Kevin W on Jun 22, 2018
Are the half barrels available at the Orland Park store? I do not want to pay for shipping
john b on Jul 7, 2019
If left on back porch built in to a box that surrounds a grille will rain damage it?
Cane S on May 3, 2018