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  1. Once you have a supply of oak chips, you may as well start buying liquor.? Caribbean Porter American Porter HME Smooth DME Booster, half-pack Briess 2-row Caramel 40, 3 oz. Weyermann Munich Type I, 3 oz. Simpsons Aromatic malt, 2 oz. Chateau Special B, 2 oz. East Kent Goldings, 0.5 oz. 5-min. boil Nottingham ale yeast American Light Toast Oak chips, 1 oz. Bacardi Oakheart Smooth Spiced Rum (enough to soak chips, plus a little more ) added to LBK after 1-week of fermentation Pure Vanilla extract, 2 tsp. added to oak steep OG was 1.043
  2. So my American Porter is just about ready for bottling, and I was wondering if there was anything I could do to spice it up. I've seen the recipe for the chocolate porter, however that recipe requires you to add the chocolate and brown sugar before the primary fermentation. Do you guys know of any way to spice up my brew in the bottling process? or is it too late to try anything fancy? additionally if you guys have any tips or tricks for bottling feel free to let me know!
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