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What it does :
Smoke flavor is appropriate when trying to mimic classic Rauchbier and Scottish ale styles. The malts used in these beers have a wood- or peat-smoked character that results in a distinctive flavor profile.
What it is:
Smoke is a flavor characteristic that is unique to specific beer styles. It can be added either through use of smoked malts in the grist or as a liquid extract.
With a liquid smoke extract, use up to 2 teaspoons per 5 gallons. Add to the secondary fermenter.
Avoid liquid smoke extract with vinegar or preservatives that may be primarily intended for adding barbecue flavor to food.