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March 2, 2015
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Whiskey Sticks - Giveaway

Owner of Clawhammer Supply
We're giving away 10 white oak whiskey sticks to one lucky winner.
Click below to enter!

Kyle Brown is the owner of Clawhammer Supply, a small scale distillation and brewing equipment company which he founded in 2009. His passion is teaching people about the many uses of distillation equipment as well as how to make beer at home. When he isn't brewing beer or writing about it, you can find him at his local gym or on the running trail.

  • wonder how it will taste?

    Posted by robert matei on March 04, 2015
  • Wood is good….right in my favorite bourbon !!!

    Posted by Ray Hajduga on March 03, 2015
  • Would be stoked about trying these out. I have been looking at oak barrels but would love to try these!

    Posted by Greg Zacharias on March 03, 2015
  • I love wiskey

    Posted by josh on March 03, 2015
  • love to try them

    Posted by andrew chase on March 03, 2015
  • ok

    Posted by mike powell on March 03, 2015
  • I love your site and all the info on stills you share, Thanks lot.

    Posted by Michael Hoskins on March 03, 2015
  • I am thinking about a pot to produce fuel. Are there any substantial differences in the pots for fuel compared to whiskey pots? Also, are there any good sites or books on producing fuel? Oh, whiskey sounds good too!

    Posted by clint on March 03, 2015
  • I would love to try my hand at making some shine….who wouldn’t? !

    Posted by Nick Schultz on March 03, 2015
  • I have been looking into enjoying building a pot for fun and to have friends ask questions. heck who doesn’t like to have some fun.

    Posted by Robert B McGrath on March 03, 2015
  • AT the moment I make about 6 gallons a month, I us a maple and white oak barrel to age my springwater, It’s take time to get the right carmel color and favor. I enjoy you web site. I take great pleasure in people keeping the tradition alive and well. You know its hard to fine a good spring these days.

    Posted by robert wren on March 03, 2015

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