Whiskey Wood Bar Stools by Heritage Handcrafted

Oct 10, 2016

Category: Living

When the whiskey’s drunk and the barrel is empty there’s only one thing to do: immortalize the barrel into a bar stool. Built-out by Heritage Handcrafted, these relics are available in either a round swivel stool or a fixed square stool. Whatever you choose though probably won’t prevent you from falling out of either of them after one too many pours.

The wood for each stool is provided by The Jack Daniel’s Distillery and finished to preserve that authentic aged whiskey appearance. And if you’re feeling extra possessive, they’re also available for personalization, carved directly into the whiskey barrel wood itself, efficiently keeping your seat preserved from unwelcome guests down in the man cave. What’s even better, 10 percent of the proceeds from each purchase is donated to support active military members through the Jack Daniel’s Distillery’s “Operation Ride Home” foundation. Nothing like partaking in the great American pastime of sipping whiskey while supporting the brave men and women who keep us safe from harm. Prices start at $195. [Swivel Seat] [Fixed Square]

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