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Old 01-06-2009, 04:03 PM   #1
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I am going to make an arrogant bastard clone that I would like to oak in an effort to make the oaked arrogant bastard. Does anyone have any thoughts on what type of oak I should try? There are many to choose from on Austinehomebrew's website.

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Old 01-06-2009, 06:22 PM   #2
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There's a ton of good info on oaking your beers already on here, I found a bunch a few weeks back when I was looking for the info...Just search for "oak" and you'll find it.

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I searched and believe it or not nothing comes up. I have used oak before, I'm just curious if anyone knows what type of oak Stone uses for the oaked bastard, I couldn't find anything on their website. I think I might use american medium toasted oak cubes.

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Hmmm....Dunno what to say there, seems like I had no trouble...

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/search.php?searchid=2921248

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And some info on a clone of OAB...http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f12/oake...e-clone-68891/

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I searched and believe it or not nothing comes up. I have used oak before, I'm just curious if anyone knows what type of oak Stone uses for the oaked bastard, I couldn't find anything on their website. I think I might use american medium toasted oak cubes.
I don't have any direct experience oaking any beers; however, I can tell you that American medium toast is a very pungent variety, if you've never used it before.
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I was ready to throw my keyboard when I tried searching "oak" again and still got nothing. Luckily my brain kicked in before the destruction started and I searched "oaked" and found all kinds of threads.
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