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This is one of our biggest beers yet, next to our Novacaine barleywine recipe. I have a 5 gallon Cornelius keg of it aging in my cellar fridge right now. It will be bottled in December. I took a taste of it a few days ago and it already tastes incredible. I soaked my oak in Bulliet bourbon, but you can use whatever whiskey or rum you want. It is highly recommended that you age this for at LEAST 6 months. Cheers! Get yours HERE! We also have oak chips available separately: http://www.mrbeer.com/ingredients/special-adjuncts/american-oak-chips