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Old 01-13-2008, 10:56 AM   #11
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You could also experiment with wood aging (chips, cubes, staves, etc). I've split batches of IPA, and been very happy with the oaking. Last week I split a Marzen and oaked half...looking forward to this one.
Just oak, or toasted oak. To what degree.... share!!! I want to oak age beer but the first batch I did I added half of a package of oak and overpowered it really bad.
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