Rebuilt barrels

Rebuilt barrels Our promise From selected, freshly emptied, highly aromatic barrels in the original sizes between 190 l – 500 l we manufacture the small reclaim barrels in our Wilhelm Eder cooperage. The barrels are made to order. In this way, we ensure that you also benefit from the aroma package of the pre-packaging from…

Successful project lynx reintroduction

One year Lycka – 20.03.2021 Exactly today, one year ago, “our” Lycka – as one of the last two lynxes of the big reintroduction project – was released into the wild in the Palatinate Forest. We are particularly pleased – as sponsors of the lynx Lycka – about the recently published figures on “our lynx…

Eder family

Eder family In the picture from the left to the right: Nicholas Eder, Jonas Eder, Ute Eder, Markus Eder and Cooper. Wilhelm Eder GmbH is a family business with tradition. Already in 1786, the company’s forefather and name-giver Wilhelm Eder traded goods for the agricultural trade and viticulture in Bad Dürkheim, Palatinate. Today, the areas…

The Sweet Chestnut

The Sweet Chestnut – Barrel Tree and Climate Hope Bearer Sweet Chestnut Sweet Chestnut or Horse Chestnut? Probably the most popular chestnut whose fruits are edible is the sweet chestnut. Unlike the horse chestnut, it is a beech plant. The confusingly similar horse chestnut is actually a soap tree and, strictly speaking, does not belong…

Wood submission

Where does our oak wood for the barrels come from – or how does wood submission work ?! Where does the valuable oak wood actually come from, which we first carefully cut into staves and then let dry for years until we can actually process it into a barrel? In times of climate change and…

Mint Julep

Film epics What do the films “Gone with the Wind” and “James Bond – Goldfinger” have in common? Well, first of all both are called timeless classics. Now you might ask yourself what these film epics are doing in a barrel blog. I will gladly answer this question and what a famous horse race has…

Chestnut

Eder FassStolz® Chestnut – what makes chestnut wood so special? It was the Romans who probably brought us the chestnut from the Caucasus. In the meantime, the heat-loving tree has become native to southern Germany and especially to the Palatinate Forest. However, in this context, heat-loving does not mean dry-loving. The chestnut also suffers from…

Laserbranding

Laser branding – how our barrel becomes yours When customers and interested people come to visit us in the cooperage, there is one thing that everyone would like to see and that inspires again and again: our industrial lasers for marking and labeling of barrels. The first barrels that we personalized were still marked with…

Barrel-Aging-Set

By downloading the video you accept the privacy policy of YouTube.Learn more Load video Always unlock Youtube You will receive the barrel incl. accessories delivered to your home and you are responsible for filling, storage and care. How long your distillate will mature in the barrel is up to you. Create your own distillate according…