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2 Keeping the Traditions Alive: Oak Barrels Production in Russia

Keeping the Traditions Alive: Oak Barrels Production in Russia

Posted on April 8, 2015 by team


Oak barrel is still a perfect capacity for strong drinks. It helps to preserve the taste of alcoholic drinks and foods (sour cabbage, for example) and to keep old good traditions. But in the time of industrialization such production tends to be rare.

Blogger muph came to the small town Rossosh in the south of the Voronezh region, Russia, to see how oak barrels are made today.

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2 Responses to “Keeping the Traditions Alive: Oak Barrels Production in Russia”

  1. alek says:

    No comments on the pictures… lame!

    • Soviet Samurai says:

      That’s because the Russophobes and western professors in Russian history only have knowledge when it comes to Russian propaganda. Traditions, culture and Russian people are irrelevant since it doesn’t help in demonizing Russia. It also doesn’t benefit Uncle Sam in creating one world government.

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