The best and toughest part of the oak core is kept separate The wood of the pedunculate oak, Quercus Robur, comes from the German inland. For centuries and in cycles of decades it has been grown, grubbed up and used for beer, wine and spirits barrels. The wood is sawn and dried in the Netherlands with industrial residual heat. This saves several tons of CO2 each year. ﷯ The wood is carefully selected by skilled workers. They have built up a knowledge base through years of experience in the processing and selection of European oak wood which is carefully passed down through the generations. Only the best and toughest part of the core of the oak is used. This way we ensure that the BRUM bottle meets the high demands expected of the wood. This enhances the optimum taste development for years of drinking pleasure.
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