I can tell you from personal experience it comes across VERY smoky.. I would try it with a small sample and taste it along the way. A quart on charcoal, a quart on toasted oak, and a pint untouched for control.
--- In mailto:new_distillers%40yahoogroups.com, "captndan78" <captndan78@...> wrote:
> I'm new to this forum and have a sweet feed mash going now. I am also an avid BBQ'r. As such I make my own lump charcoal.. Red oak is all I use. The finished product is nearly pure carbon. So I had the idea to add the lump to the finished run or put the run over the lump as a filtering agent. Nuts?