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Old 09-11-2009, 07:54 PM   #1
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Default Bourbon flavor

One of my favorite brews is Rocky's Revenge Bourbon Brown by Tyranena Brewing Company (which I consider one of the best craft brewery's).

Is there anyway I can get a hint of bourbon flavor in my browns? They age the beer in bourbon barrels. I'm fresh out of bourbon barrels (wife must have toss them).


Any ideas?

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Oak chips soaked in bourbon, or just oak chips themselves provide awesome flavor. Search on here for oak chips or bourbon, there is a bunch of info.

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