American Oak Chips (2 oz) Light, medium, or heavy toasted.

American Oak Chips (2 oz) Light, medium, or heavy toasted.
American Oak Chips (2 oz) Light, medium, or heavy toasted.
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Light - These oak cubes (aka oak beans) lend flavours of fresh oak, coconut, fruit flavours and light vanilla to your beer or wine. Typically added during secondary fermentation during the aging stage, these cubes require a longer contact time than the traditional oak chips, making these more suitable for long term aging beers (Saisons, Farmhouse Ales, Belgian Strong Ales). Longer contact time means longer extraction of flavours (3-6 months), which will lead to a much more complex and smooth combination of flavours and aromatics.

     
 

These oak cubes (aka oak beans) bring aromatic sweetness and a campfire/roasted coffee attribute and a nice mouthfeel. Flavours can be described as vanilla, caramelized oak, and a light fruity roast.
Typically added during secondary fermentation during the aging stage, these cubes require a longer contact time that the traditional oak chips, making these more suitable for long term aging beers (Imperial Stouts, Barleywines, Sour Beer). Longer contact time means longer extraction of flavours (3-6 months), which will lead to a much more complex and smooth combination of flavours and aromatics.

 

 

Heavy -These oak cubes (aka oak beans) lend an intense aromatic sweetness and a coffee-like campfire/roasted attribute. Also provides a full mouthfeel. Typically added during secondary fermentation during the aging stage, these cubes require a longer contact time than the traditional oak chips, making these more suitable for long term aging beers (Imperial Stouts, Barleywines). Longer contact time means longer extraction of flavours (3-6 months), which will lead to a much more complex and smooth combination of flavours and aromatics.

 

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