American Oak Cubes | Medium Toast

American Oak Cubes | Medium Toast

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Oak cubes approximately 1 cm square, made from seasoned American Oak and produced in the USA. Oak cubes take longer to impart their character to the wine than chips, but the flavor can be superior due to the higher volume of unexposed wood in the cube. Medium toast is our most popular level and provides good oak flavor and character. Recommended usage is 2 oz to 4 oz per 5 gallons of wine.

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For aging mead, wine, cider, spirits
MARK Z on Feb 16, 2023
best value?
John R on Feb 18, 2022
For aging mead, wine, cider, spirits
MARK Z on Feb 16, 2023
Tyler F on Feb 7, 2023
best value?
John R on Feb 18, 2022
Fits in a carboy
Jonathan C on Jan 22, 2022
Finishing touch in the keg for dark beers
Steve Z on Dec 31, 2021
Looking for aging a high gravity beer
Ryan H on Dec 20, 2021
Doing the most
Mark S on Nov 18, 2021
New Product to me, wanna try
Nicholas T on Nov 9, 2021
said it would arrive soon
john L Haithcox on Oct 8, 2021
I want to add complexity to my syrah
Manon M. C on Aug 31, 2021
Other wine makers
Kenneth H on Aug 31, 2021
aging spirits
Dennis G B on Jun 24, 2021
For future FW DBA clone brews
Andrew Ayers on May 27, 2021
Age some beers.
Richard F Terrio J on Mar 20, 2021
Getting close to racking off red wine into carboys
Mark P on Feb 16, 2021
experimenting with different oaks for red wine
dennis b on Dec 23, 2020
It worked well in my chardonnay, now will add to my cabernet sauvignonnon
john w n on Dec 16, 2020
Provides the type of oak character I'm looking for. A bit more vanilla then French.
Gregory A W on Sep 17, 2020
making red wine
Richard S on Sep 17, 2020
Mead brewing
Anna K on May 21, 2020
flavoring mead
Kenneth L on Apr 14, 2020
Keg addition for my Oak Porter
Paul C on Dec 21, 2019
Golden strong ale
James W on Oct 25, 2019
trying new oak
Paul G on Oct 23, 2019
Barley Wine
Charles W G on Aug 28, 2019
Cloning an oaked beer, then using in a sour.
Ethan C on Mar 21, 2019
Read on Homebrewtalk.com that these cubes are nice to mellow out Mead & Cider.
eric l on Feb 7, 2019
See how usefull this form is.
John B on Jan 30, 2019
This cube always gives a nice smooth finish
Valued C on Dec 12, 2018
I cant afford an oak barrel
Franklin F on Oct 12, 2018
For wood ageing
Kenneth S on Oct 4, 2018
Add complexity to my English beers.
Christopher Gaige on Aug 7, 2018
not stocked at my local brew store
Richard H on Feb 20, 2018
Complimentary to my mead
daryl b on Jan 25, 2018
Tyler F on Feb 7, 2023
Fits in a carboy
Jonathan C on Jan 22, 2022
how much oak cubes do you put in a 5 gallon beer batch?
TODD EDWARDS on Sep 18, 2021
BEST ANSWER: It really depends how much flavor you're looking for and how long you are willing to wait. The oak cubes usually fully extract in about 3 months, but you can rack off of the oak at any time that you feel the flavor is correct. I recommend 0.5 - 1oz of cubes for a light beer or softer oak character and 2oz for a strong imperial stout or barley wine. You can also steep your cubes in wine or liquor for a few days before adding to your beer if you want extra flavor.

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Rated 5 out of 5
More Nuanced than the French Oak Cubes
These are three or four times Larger than the French oak cubes and the aroma is more delicate and nuanced. I add both to my wines because of those differences. I like these some much I plan to do a fermentation next year with just the American cubes.
September 13, 2020
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Easy Oak
Great way to add oak flavor either via the secondary or in the keg. I have soaked them in bourbon to enhance the barrel aged flavor.
March 10, 2020
over 5 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
Would do it again !
The cubes deliver more control over the flavor. True oak flavor
March 17, 2018
over 6 years ago