hist-brewing: lined barrels?

Wade Hutchison whutchis at bucknell.edu
Wed May 9 07:43:13 PDT 2001

If you're looking for wooden barrels, the one company that I know of that 
distributes lined
barrels is Panther Primatives.  The barrels are wax lined, not plastic, and 
do work very
well for brewing.  I've had both beer and mead that was made and aged in 
these barrels, and
there is a very slight "oakiness" present, but nothing overwhelming.  Hope 
this helps,
         Wade Hutchison

Oh - web site at http://www.pantherprimitives.com/ No Barrels listed, but 
they are in the catalog ($2.00).

Also - I think that they (Panther) are just buying the same barrels 
distributed by home brewing suppliers,
and doing the wax lining themselves.  Odd thing is, the Panther barrels are 
_less_ expensive than the
ones I've seen in homebrew shops.

Also, also - I just checked the Jas. Townsend and Son web site, and they 
also sell wax lined barrels:
http://www.jastown.com/kegs/kegs.htm  Looks like 3 gallons is the smallest 
size available.

         whutchis at bucknell.edu
         Master Gille MacDhnouill, OL
         Mountain Confederation/Abhainn Ciach Ghlais

At 09:41 AM 5/2/2001, you wrote:
>Okay everyone here is one for the list. I am looking for something that 
>someone brought into my former brew supply store one day. They are small 
>1-2.5 gallon barrels that were lined in plastic (i.e. reusable and easy to 
>clean). The one shown to me was tapped and came with a stand.
>   Anyone with any ideas on where to find these please let me know. 
> Someone told me there may be a medieval re-creation (SCA:) business in 
> Tucson that has them.
>   Any help would be appreciated.
>Ralph Barker


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