As a Kentucky Brewery, we pride ourselves on our robust Barrel Aging program. At any given time, we’re managing more than 300+ barrels of beer from all different types of sources. At the center of the program is our Winter Block Party – Greater Cincinnati’s premier Barrel Aged Beer festival and the release of our Dark Charge Barrel Aged Imperial Stout on the first Saturday in December.
To say we’ve learned a thing or two about how beers interact with barrels is an understatement, and now we’d like to bring you along for the ride. We’re offering the country’s first private barrel experience. A program unlike anything in the industry, and we can’t wait to share the experience with you.
The Braxton Private Barrel Program represents a unique opportunity to experience the barrel aging process from initial brewing all the way to packaging.
Do you have barrels left over from your private bourbon or whiskey picks? Have you ever dreamed up your own barrel aged beer that you just had to try? Well now’s the time to finally bring them to life.
Sign up below to be contacted about program details.
Lift One to Life,
Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer
Lead Brewer-Barrel Aging
Steps in the Process
You’ll get a one-on-one with the brewing team to determine the profile of your beer
Have your own barrel from a previous private pick? Need us to source one for you? No problem.
Join our brewers through the brewing process to help lift your creation to life.
Now we wait. Our brewing team will carefully monitor the aging of your beer and notify you when it is ready.
Be the first to taste you very own beer.
Work with the brewing team to add in any final touches.
When the time is right we’ll work through packaging and naming and our team will package the product in bottles and get it ready for pick up.
You did it. Enjoy and share your beer with family and friends.
- While yields vary, 1 barrel can produce up to 200 22oz glass bottles.
- The Private Barrel experience can range from $1,500 – $5,000 per barrel.
- The timing of the experience varies, but typically will take anywhere from one month to an entire year.