I had to wait a whole week before breaking out The Bruery’s White Oak. It was a blend of a wheatwine-style ale aged in bourbon barrels and an ale, in an even partnership. In the glass, it came out a nice golden orange with a thin white head. The white oak with a touch of bourbon dominated the nose. I also got some caramel notes and even a little vanilla. While tasting this elegant beer, I detected some apples, caramel, and vanilla, underneath the bourbon and white oak. It is fairly boozy, but even that toned down as my glass warmed up. It had a medium mouthfeel with moderate carbonation. It was a nice treat, well worth the wait.