The perfect blend? Repurposed Scotch whisky casks used to create bespoke bike accessory range

Scottish brand launches limited bar ends and headset caps made from cask used to age a prized 1963 Single Malt

Cask Finery bar ends and stem cap made from a repurposed whisky cask fitted to a bike
(Image credit: Cask Finery)

A Scottish company that repurposes rare Scotch whisky casks has launched a range of bespoke bicycle headset and bar ends.

Based in East Lothian, family-run Cask Finery has taken a rare oak barrel and transformed it into a special edition batch consisting of just 100 handcrafted pieces. The cask in point was used to mature a prized 1963 Vintage Single Malt from Glen Albyn, a ‘lost distillery’ that closed in 1983.

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