The Sweet Chestnut

Barrel Tree and Climate Hope Bearer Sweet Chestnut Sweet Chestnut or Horse Chestnut? Probably the most popular chestnut whose fruits are edible is the sweet chestnut. Unlike the horse chestnut, it is a beech plant. The confusingly similar horse chestnut is actually a soap tree and, strictly speaking, does not belong to the botanical species…

Wood submission

Where does our oak wood for the barrels come from – or how does wood submission work ?! Where does the valuable oak wood actually come from, which we first carefully cut into staves and then let dry for years until we can actually process it into a barrel? In times of climate change and…

Eder FassStolz®

What is Eder FassStolz® The FassStolz® brand developed about 10 years ago. In our case, the name was determined first. The Barrel series, which developed from it, was then the next step. Special – all from one source What makes the barrels so special? There are several factors that play a central role here. Basically,…

One barrel, four types of wood

How old craftsmanship and innovation go together Originally wooden barrels were designed to transport goods safely from A to B without the environment having any influence on their contents. Everyone knows the old pirate movies – no ship journey without barrels full of rum, cabbage and rusk. The fact that wooden barrels also affect the…