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drunkwood-e1502538ef7376d9f41a0b3080f7811a4d754379Because bourbon has to be made in charred, new oak cooperage, people have been looking for creative ways to reuse the empty barrels for decades. Just about every house you drive by on Kentucky back roads has a bourbon barrel planter full of flowers, but in recent years people have been getting more creative with them. The Whiskey Wash recently caught up with John King of DrunkWood, a small business that transforms used barrels into furniture and decor:

1. How did you get started with DrunkWood?

I had reached out to David Pierce, who was…

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