Over the past few years SPBW has been tracking the expansion of beers that are now served from wood.
In the North East, at Whitley Bay, the Dog and Rabbit have a wood Wednesday evening every week where there is a different beer from the wood (bftw). In North Shields the Exchange the location for the second National Woodfest in July 2018 and regularly have a bftw. Many other pubs in that area regularly do bftw and the breweries that have wooden casks include Three Kings, Maxim, Hadrian Border, Wylam, Hexhamshire, Box Social, Dog and Rabbit, Big Lamp, Working Hand, Errant and Credence.
The Yorkshire area has quite a few breweries using wood regularly too York, Brew York, Half Moon, Ossett, Black Sheep, Theakstons, Sam Smiths James and Kirkman, Saltaire, Five Towns, Wishbone and Elland to name but a few.
In the south there are casks at Gipsy Hill, Hook Norton, XT. Further north Leighton buzzard, Phipps and Montys in Wales. In the lakes you have Tarn Hows Brewery who have around 50 wooden casks and a nice bottle shop in Ambleside which also serves beer from the wood.
With regards to where to find BFTW, this is probably best answered by Garry Wiles who is the SPBW Wood Officer.