• (noun): The amount that many barrels might hold.

Some articles on barrels, barrel:

Battle Of The Barrels
... The Battle of the Barrels is a transportation illusion also known as Barricaded Barrels, Through the Eye of the Needle or the Black and White Barrels ... The illusion consists of two topless/bottomless barrels openly displayed on castered open framework supports ... A female assistant then climbs inside a barrel and wooden bulls-eye targets are affixed to either end of the barrel ...
Sagardotegi - Tradition
... up and heads to the lower section of the sagardotegi where the barrels are located ... The large barrels, which are stored horizontally, have a small tap in the lid at about head-height ... innkeeper or the first guest to reach the barrel and a thin stream of cider exits, which the guests catch with their glasses as low down as possible to aerate the cider ...
List Of Shipwrecks In 1902 - January
... Cornwall, United Kingdom, laden with 600 barrels of whisky, 400 barrels of brandy and barrels of rum ...
Leduc No. 1 - Production
... Canada produced only 21,000 barrels of oil per day in 1946, most of it in Turner Valley, but consumed ten times that amount ... Alberta's annual total production in 1946 was 7.7 million barrels from 416 wells ... Overall production had increased to nearly 144 million barrels from 7,390 productive wells, and Alberta produced 400,000 barrels per day with the capability of doubling that total ...
Small Batch Whiskey - Definition - Examples
... definition is a whiskey produced using "approximately 1,000 gallons or less (20 barrels) from a mash bill of around 200 bushels of grain" ... Bourbon Distillers, a producer of bourbon and rye whiskey, uses at most 12 barrels per batch for its small batch brands ... George Dickel uses "approximately 10 barrels" of whiskey to make batches of Barrel Select Tennessee Whiskey ...

Famous quotes containing the word barrels:

    What is the good of a man and he
    Alone and alone, with a speckled shin?
    I would that I drank with my love on my knee,
    Between two barrels at the inn.
    Oro, oro!
    To-morrow night I will break down the door.
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The idea that information can be stored in a changing world without an overwhelming depreciation of its value is false. It is scarcely less false than the more plausible claim that after a war we may take our existing weapons, fill their barrels with cylinder oil, and coat their outsides with sprayed rubber film, and let them statically await the next emergency.
    Norbert Wiener (1894–1964)