Oak & Bond shows how MWBC finds great barrels for everyone

Oak & Bond shows how MWBC finds great barrels for everyone

Midwest Barrel Co. helps Oak & Bond Coffee Co. source quality bourbon, whiskey, wine and other barrels for its barrel-aged coffees.
MWBC goes above and beyond for Great Wagon Road Distilling Co.

MWBC goes above and beyond for Great Wagon Road Distilling Co.

Read about how Midwest Barrel Co. exceeds expectations and goes above and beyond for our partner, Great Wagon Road Distilling Co.
Skinny Sticks Maple Syrup knows MWBC aims to please

Skinny Sticks Maple Syrup knows MWBC aims to please

Here's why Skinny Sticks buys used bourbon barrels from Midwest Barrel Co. to make its barrel-aged maple syrup.
Why Pollyanna Brewing Company gets barrels from Midwest Barrel Co.

Why Pollyanna Brewing Company gets barrels from Midwest Barrel Co.

Pollyanna Brewing Company buys used barrels for their barrel-aged beers from Midwest Barrel Co. because of our fast ship times and large selection.
How to swell a wine barrel

How to swell a wine barrel

Used wine barrels often need to be swelled before you can refill them with beer, cider or other beverage. These are the steps to take when swelling a wine barrel.
What is a wet barrel?

What is a wet barrel?

When a brewer says they want a wet barrel, they want a freshly emptied whiskey or bourbon barrel that is ready to age a quality barrel-aged beer.
Barrel-Aging 101: How to swell a dry or leaking barrel

Barrel-Aging 101: How to swell a dry or leaking barrel

A whiskey or wine barrel that's gotten too dry may develop leaks over time. Here's how to swell and tighten it up to prevent leaks and loss of beer or other beverages.
How do we prep a whiskey barrel to be refilled?

How do we prep a whiskey barrel to be refilled?

Midwest Barrel Co. sells clean, fresh whiskey and bourbon barrels for the best barrel-aged beers. Here's how we make sure barrels are fresh and leak-free.
Barrel Care: My barrel has a leak!

Barrel Care: My barrel has a leak!

Craft brewers and homebrewers can't fill whiskey/bourbon and wine barrels if they're leaking. Here's how to prevent leaks with swelling and other methods.