Bricx

We’re so excited to introduce you to the Bourbon Infused Smoker BRICX!

This unique company uses the wood they use to make their whiskey to make these smoking bricks, so they’re infused with bourbon.

They aren’t just using oak from a barrel, but they’re using finishing woods like black cherry, hickory and honey locust. They pack their Smoker BRICX wet and fresh, full of aroma and flavor. You can always count on solid wood, no sawdust, no bark and absolutely no fillers (except their bourbon).

Works for all occasions, no matter what you are cooking or what grill or smoker you use. Let’s look at how it’s made:

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Tons of delicious flavors to choose from!

Step 1

First some imagery. Imagine a sponge in a bucket of water. Squeeze it and It’s dry in your hand. But when you let it go the water rushes into… the sponge. In a basic way, that’s what we do. Rather than traditional barrel aging which can take years of patient waiting, we use pressure and vacuum to quite literally squeeze our bourbon both in and out of the wood and that’s where you get most of the 
flavor for a whiskey.

STEP 2

Yes, we still do some traditional barrel aging but unlike some of the whiskey producers like Jack Daniels and Jim Beam which have their own lines of… smoker chips, the wood cut from our barrel staves isn’t dry but pressure infused with bourbon. It’s the same with our finishing woods like black cherry and hickory where each BRICX is part of their award-winning production process. Of course, when we’re done making whiskey we have some awesome bourbon-infused wood.

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Aged bourbon flavors their chips.

STEP 3

Our wood is packed wet and packed fresh, full of aroma and flavor. Always solid wood, no sawdust, no bark and absolutely no fillers (except… our bourbon). Within minutes of pulling the wood out of our whiskey production process, we carefully hand fill each container. To keep in the bourbon, we use an alcohol safe, recyclable (PET) container, heat-seal an inner vapor barrier and then screw on the lid. We won’t use a cheap plastic bag to keep down the costs or a brown burlap sack just to make it look like a craft product.

Stop by today and pick some up!