30 Gallon Wigle Malted Rye Whiskey Barrel - Fresh Dumped, Once Used

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These 30 gallon Wigle Malted Rye Whiskey barrels come to us straight from Wigle Whiskey Distilling, an artisan small batch distillery. They're ready to barrel-age your beer, cider, wine, kombucha, coffee or other spirits.

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Wigle Whiskey Distilling is an artisan small batch whiskey distillery out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Wigle whiskeys, such as the Malted Rye Whiskey these barrels aged, are the distillery's flagship products.

These 30 gallon Wigle Malted Rye Whiskey barrels are ready to pass on those notes to your beer, cider, wine, kombucha, coffee or other spirits.

Important notes: These are authentic, used barrels. Expect small imperfections and cracks on the barrel. MWBC has inspected the barrels to ensure they are liquid tight. All barrels come with a wood bung.


Orders for small barrels (generally 5 or less) are shipped via UPS or FedEx Ground.


Volume orders (generally 6+ small barrels) will be shipped via an LTL motor freight provider. To ensure safety and freshness of your barrels, they are wrapped in plastic and strapped down to a pallet with a label identifying the pallet contents. 

Shipment transit times vary depending on location, weather and carrier capacity. For specific delivery dates, expedited shipping, preferred shipping carrier or unique delivery requests contact us directly to arrange your shipment prior to ordering. 

At checkout you will be asked to confirm your delivery location type. If you do not have a loading dock or forklift, a liftgate will be required. Offloads by hand are not available.


Local pickup is available from our Lincoln, NE warehouse. 

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Volume30 Gallon
Age of Barrels2 Years
OriginPittsburgh, PA
Wood TypeAmerican Oak
Char/Toast LevelMedium Char
Bung Hole LocationBelly
Weight70 lbs
Bung Hole Size1.25 in.
Bung Recommendation#11