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cask wine

Wine that is packaged in a plastic bladder within a cardboard box. Primarily heard in Australia, New Zealand. Some people prefer the traditional glass bottles, but I think cask wines are the best value for the money!
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Asked why Malaysia was chosen as the only market for The Glenlivet 15-Year-Old Single Cask Edition to be available in, Pernod Ricard, Malaysia brand manager Benedict Yong said there is a demand for rare whiskies here.
With the construction of the whisky-makers second site on the south of the island at Lagg well underway, Master Distiller James MacTaggart is releasing for purchase 700 casks from the first production to be filled at the new distillery.
Chilean cooperage TN Coopers, which has an office in Sonoma, Calif., is now offering its large casks and foudres in the U.S.
Unlike most distilleries where casks are filled five or six times, Glenmorangie's are only used twice, preserving the wood notes of vanilla, almond, coconut and honey concentrated in the spirit maturing in first-fill casks.
In that clearing, around 50 of those casks sit, surrounded by razor wire, double fences and cameras.
Classy-looking Cask & Ale in downtown Sarasota is the newest.
* An in-depth analysis of the SNF dry storage cask market of the global and regional markets including 12 major countries such as the US, Canada, Germany, Russia, Spain, the UK, Belgium, Ukraine, China, India, Japan, and South Korea.
Steve says he's happy with the progress Storr has made and hopes it will make its way into restaurants and bars that don't offer cask ales but do want to sell local pints.
If you enjoyed 'proper' beer - cask ale - you wore a stained jumper, had a full-length beard and spent your time at beer festivals solemnly noting down comments of varying profundity on their accompanying beer sheets detailing all the ales provided for you.
MULTI-AWARD winning blend of British whiskies, The One, has been taken to another level by its creators who have launched an exclusive sherry cask finished expression to celebrate the spirit's second birthday.
Cask Ale Week -- or rather, Cask Ale 11 days to give it its more accurate, but rather less catchy title -- begins next week and sees several events that either involve drinking beer, brewing (then drinking) beer, or talking about beer with the people who make it (then drinking it).
The colour comes from maturation in casks; the three styles I tasted with Iain had such variations in flavour, colour and aromas, owed principally to the length of ageing, and the types of cask used.
Hugh Sisson of Heavy Seas Beer has collaborated with Paul Pendyck of UK Brewing to develop a "caskerator" cask beer conversion kit available for purchase.
The rod assemblies will be first put into a water-filled cask inside the pool by crane.