A disputed term. Accepted as a container for beer, although “keg” is preferred. Forced upon the United States whiskey trade by federal definition, new charred oak barrels for bourbon production. The wood of the barrel and its treatment contributes to the distinctive character of many great liquor types. These types would be Scotch, Bourbon, Tennessee Whiskey, Cognac and Brandy.
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