Thanks for the reply -
0.99 would put it at about 14.5%, which is great although getting closer to the limits of my yeast. Maybe I will shoot for closer to 1.090 OG.
By "for a while", do you mean that the booziness will age out after a while in the bottle? Or should I age it in the carboy until it's no longer boozy? I've no problem being patient (but I don't have a huge problem with booziness, either!)
When it's done aging on the oak I was going to prime it for about 3 volumes and then bottle in some extra Groslch-style bottles I have. Was thinking about maybe even disgorging the lees from a couple of them just to see how that goes.