Light Oak Powder and shavings (and sometimes beans and chips) are commonly added prior to fermentation. This allows the yeast to react to and modify the tannins and aromas of the oak. The yeast actually transforms the more intense oak compounds into less aromatic ones, making the oak smoother and less aggressive.
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