End-grain butcher block...Although we work with all alternative materials, wood is what we've always been known for:


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  • Brooks Custom
    on Jun 5, 2012

    For end-grain butcher blocks, they are glued. It is very labor intensive, and will drive the price up. Edge-grain is a more affordable option that we offer, and has a distinctive look. I'll post an edge-grain picture today so you can see the difference.

  • Kate
    on Sep 11, 2016

    Very nice!

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