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February 1, 2018
Posted in Distillery


Since some kind preacher had donated church pews that we made into church pew booths, any existing new or old table that would between the pews was either too short or too tall. We needed a table that fit space-wise between the pew booth benches, and the patron’s knees would go under the table-top.

We had four extra old whiskey barrels. We cut the top off; secured the bands. Then we scrounged for a base, which we found a truck salvage yard. The bases are truck brake rotors.   After welding and securing to barrel top, we had a table the right diameter and right height.

Then we printed our logo with a three D printer and glued to the top of table; and finally we epoxied a bar-top resin using a blow-torch. Table Top Barrel!