I'm brewing a RIS on September 7th (I'm away from home for work, and that's when I'll be home next). I plan on adding cocoa nibs and bourbon soaked oak cubes I the secondary...I'm planning on letting the secondary sit for 2 to 3 months.
I've read about people adding a second yeast pack at bottling to help the bottle conditioning process along. It's going to be a big beer, around 11%, and I just wondered if this would be a good plan.
I'm using wlp007 By the way
On deck: OAT IPA, Deer Camp (Bourbon Oak Aged Oatmeal Double Stout), Bourbon Oak Aged Rye Porter, Banana Rum Infused Cream Ale and Spring Juice IPA
Primary: Lemondrop Saison
Secondary: Drivesabike Pale Ale
On Tap: Nada