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Adding oak chips to a carboy
I use bourbon-soaked oak chips in my scotch ale. My last batch got infected, but that's another story. I want to add the chips to a carboy, as I'll be aging it for over a month. It's easier to add ...
Mar 27 '11 at 17:59
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