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Jim Beam Barrel House Reclaimed Wood Could Be Your New Flooring

Flooring boards made from those that propped up the Jim Beam barrel houses of yore are now available to help transform a living space.

A statement from the maker of the flooring, Old World Timber out of Lexington, Kentucky, notes that each board is made from the old oak barrel house floors that have witnessed some of the world’s finest bourbon whiskeys.

Jim Beam has been making whiskey for more than two centuries, with seven generations at the helm. Their master distillers and crafts people’s dedication to perfecting their process has resulted in a signature spirit known for its smooth and complex flavor.

Old World Timber Jim Beam Flooring
Flooring boards made from those that propped up the Jim Beam barrel houses of yore are now available to help transform a living space. (image via Old World Timber)

 

Old World Timber chose to offer the unique oak flooring made from reclaimed boards from the Jim Beam barrel houses as a unique way to bring history and character into homes.

What’s described as “the distinct aroma of bourbon” alone can add an extra special touch that other flooring material just can’t compare to.

The genuine Jim Beam flooring boards are cut and processed in Kentucky, then milled into custom-sized tongue-and-groove planks for simple installation in a home. They’re made from sustainable and upcycled American oak, which contributes to a more environmentally-conscious lifestyle.

The boards are coated with a protective layer to ensure that the polished finish lasts.

To find out more information or to get pricing and availability, check out www.oldworldtimber.com.

Gary Carter

Gary Carter has been at the helm of metro newspapers, magazines, and television news programs as well as a radio host and marketing manager. He is a writer/editor/photographer/designer by trade, with more than 30 years experience in the publishing and marketing field. Gary enjoys working to build something great, whether that be a novel project, a start-up, an organization, a fresh-face to the journalistic world, or even something as simple as a short story. A native Texan and a Pacific Northwest convert, he is a whiskey enthusiast who cut his teeth on it ... literally!

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