Eder FassStolz®

What is Eder FassStolz®? The FassStolz® brand developed about 10 years ago. In our case, the name was determined first. The Barrel series, which developed from it, was then the next step. Special – everything from one source What makes the barrels so special? There are several factors that play a central role here. Basically,…

BarrelSummer

Summer 2020 – a very special summer. Many people stayed in their garden and beautified it with flower pots, mini ponds, decorative barrels and rain barrels made of wooden barrels. A bestseller among the rain barrels – the newly added 125 l rain barrel Great Britain. From the country of garden culture and rain we…

Meetingpoint – Barrel arbor

When the coopers and carpenters work hand in hand, you can expect something extraordinary as a result. We have tackled this kind of exceptionality with the “Meeting Point”. The idea First there was the idea of a large German herbal liqueur manufacturer that one could create something new from disused large barrels or vats of…

Beer and Barrel

Micro-oxygenation in a wooden barrel – or why does my beer age in a maturing barrel? For a trained brewer of the traditional school it is a big psychological hurdle to put his freshly brewed beer into a wooden barrel, of which we told him before: “Your beer matures in it because it gets air!”…

One barrel, four types of wood

How old craftsmanship and innovation go together Originally wooden barrels were designed to transport goods safely from A to B without the environment having any influence on their contents. Everyone knows the old pirate movies – no ship journey without barrels full of rum, cabbage and rusk. The fact that wooden barrels also affect the…

Show-Cooper

Review December 2019 : There’s no business like show business, this also applies to the coopering of large barrels! Nothing turns on more than fire, wood and strong boys swinging the hammer! In our case, to drive the hoops onto large barrels. We were allowed to demonstrate all this at a wonderful eventing event of…

Mizunara Oak

The Japanese Mizunara oak barrel The Japanese cooper tradition is not yet as old as the European one. However, Japanese are known for their long tradition of taking elements from a foreign culture and modifying them to suit your purposes. As always, there is a word for this “iitoko-dori”, the unprejudiced adoption and use of…

Barrel production

Handcraft like 100 years ago – how a wooden barrel is made At the beginning of the barrel production process is the wood. In our case, this is the German oak from the Northern Vosges, more precisely from the Bürgerwald in Annweiler am Trifels. Every year in winter, Markus Eder travels to the region’s timber…

Jim Beam Rye Select Barrel

It’s that time again: I am allowed to present a whisky barrel that we all don’t know yet. The Jim Beam Rye select barrel! Why is this barrel now different from the bourbon barrels that our portfolio already offers? The “forefather” of the Jim Beam brand When I started my research, I came across the…