I have a smoked porter recipe that I'd like to brew soon. I don't really know how much smoke character would show up in the beer as-is, so I'd to split the batch in two and do something to half of it to give it more smokiness.
So the question is what and how? Because I want half of the batch to be "straight" I can't just add more smoke malt to the grain bill. However, I can split the batch right after boil and treat it differently from there. In case this makes a difference, this will be brewed with lager yeast and laggered for about two months.