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Go back in Wild Turkey history – all the way back to 1855 – and you’ll learn that wholesale grocer Austin Nichols began selling wine and spirits form his store. Later, he began to buy bourbon and sell it under the name Wild Turkey.
In 1971, Nichols bought a distillery and began making Wild Turkey bourbon, too. Though the distillery no longer distributes the bourbon, it’s still made today, though mostly for experimental batches and blending in special bourbons.
The difference between Austin Nichols and Wild Turkey bourbon? Higher barrel entry proof.
That means these Austin Nichols Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrels have even more Wild Turkey flavor soaked into the staves – ready for your barrel-aged brew.
Fresh barrels will be shipped via a 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.
Barrels can be shipped up to 4 barrels per pallet and 8 barrels per skid (two pallets high).
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 Louisville (Fairdale), Kentucky location.
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