Writer: Rodney Kibzey

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Brewing with Spanish Cedar


Different from oak, the most common wood used in brewing, Spanish cedar imparts citrus, spicy white pepper, and sandalwood flavors, with aromas similar to a cigar box. It doesn’t have the oak tannins that conflict with hops, making it a good wood option for hoppy beers.

Madera de Cedro


“Madera de Cedro,” which translates from Spanish to “cedar wood” is an American IPA aged on Spanish cedar.

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