Originally posted on Homebrew Supply | Oak, and any wood for that matter, can be a little tricky to use and get the flavor exactly right. Learn how to best use oak in your homebrew here.
Wood Aging Articles
Originally posted May 4, 2016 | The folks over at HomebrewTalk offer us a nice introductory guid to using oak in our beer. Good tips for new and experienced oak users
Originally posted Feb 3, 2016 | So two different awesome posts about using barrels on the same day… Is February 3rd barrel day? Brandon over at Embrace the Funk shows us the anatomy of a barrel and how to remove the barrel head.
Originally posted Feb 3, 2016 | Whenever a brewer delves into the world of wood aging they have questions. This is a thorough guide on how one homebrewer manages barrels in their brewery
Originally posted Jan 3, 2016 | Beers over 10% require careful planning and a deft hand at fermentation. Scott of Bertus Brewery discusse’s his recipe for a 12% Imperial Stout and how he plans to oak age the beer.
From Nov 6, 2015 | Robert French of the Homebrew Academy details part two of his Q & A with the brewers at Firestone Walker Barrelworks
Originally posted Dec 10, 2015 | Scott provides his thought process on how home brewers can get real bourbon barrel oak flavor in their beers. His reasoning is sound and I recommend you check out the article to see how he plans to execute adding his oak.