At our Kentucky and Missouri cooperages, most production employees specialize in one aspect of the barrel making process such as jointing, raising, finishing, etc. Specializing allows employees to hone their craft and consistently produce quality results. After an employee gains proficiency in their position, they can also benefit from learning the entire barrel production process.
Supporting Missouri Woodland Owner Education Missouri Woodland Steward is a natural resource education program through the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural …
It has been a long year, but here we are preparing for the second annual James B. Beam Institute Industry Conference. This year’s conference will take place March 10-12 and will be a virtual event.
ISC Barrels has recently developed a customizable tasting kit to help our current and future customers easily fine-tune their barrel choices. Through a consultation with Account Manager Chad Spalding, distillers can receive a tasting kit customized to their specific flavor goals.
A light French cookie with a rich, decadent filling, this Chocolate Caramel Bourbon Macaron recipe is worth the effort. Macarons are notoriously finnicky so give yourself some grace if this is your first attempt making them.
2020 Spirits Selection – An International Spirits Competition At our blog, most content is focused on barrels to age bourbon and whiskey. However, we are …
Supporting Safety through the Volunteer Firefighter Initiative Our Volunteer Firefighter Initiative was launched in September with the mission to support fire departments who rely on …
ISC Barrels Account Manager Chad Spalding recently caught up with the Distillery Manager at Angel’s Envy, Kyle Henderson.
ISC Barrels Account Manager Chad Spalding recently visited Isaac Winter, the Blending and Distilling Manager at High West Distillery.
Back in June, ISC Barrels Account Manager Chad Spalding had to the chance to (virtually) catch up with the Sagamore Spirit Distillery Operations Manager, Max Hames.