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Rickhouse refers to the aging warehouses where barrels are stored in “ricks” or racks. Barrels are stacked and stored on their sides and periodically turned or shifted. The buildings have no climate control and are subject to the full spectrum of Kentucky’s wild swings in weather patterns. Bourbon moves in and out of the wood as it expands and contracts with the ambient temperature. Much of the bourbon magic happens there.
The Rickhouse Coffee Table is reminiscent of a barrel aging in it’s rack. Crafted from bourbon whiskey barrels and 100% re-claimed oak that has been salvaged from tobacco barns, fences, etc. All of the locally sourced lumber is carefully milled to highlight the saw-marks, knots and splits. Markings on the barrel and features in the tops and base will vary. The fully hinged table top includes a hydraulic lifter for easy opening and to keep the “lid” in an upright position. The barrel is securely fastened to the solid oak base.