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Old 01-14-2013, 07:23 PM   #21
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I will be using a secondary for oak chips. Thanks for the reply.
Good point. About the only time I secondary is oaking. Still got 4oz of french medium toast oak chips layin around myself.
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just tell your wife to clean it up or the entire lid might blow off and you'll have beer all over the dam place. Scare her into fixing it.
I already fixed it. I'll have to include her in the brewing process next time.
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Good point. About the only time I secondary is oaking. Still got 4oz of french medium toast oak chips layin around myself.
How do you prep your oak chips for secondary? I can't decide whether to boil them in water for 5 min then strain and pitch, or soak them in liquor over night and pitch the whole damn thing into secondary.
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Either way,pour the chips & liquid through a hop sock into secondary,tie it off,& drop it in. Rack the beer onto that. The liquid soaks resins out of the wood that help make flavor.
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Either way,pour the chips & liquid through a hop sock into secondary,tie it off,& drop it in. Rack the beer onto that. The liquid soaks resins out of the wood that help make flavor.
Sounds good, thanks!
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