Nashville's local brewery is called Yazoo Brewing company, and they have this beer called SUE, which is a smoked porter that weighs in about 8% ABV - I don't think its anything like so heavily smoked as Aecht's Rauchbier. Anyway, they aged some SUE in 5 gallon bourbon barrels from a local bourbon company and tapped them last Wednesday night at the Nashville Flying Saucer. It was wonderful, deep and complex, with many layers of flavor. Sweet and malty and big, the smokiness receded into the background and great vanilla and cherry flavors came out, finishing with a great bourbon aftertaste. While the alcohol wasn't noticeable, the beer was so rich you couldn't drink more than a pint. Long story short, its like a much better version of BBC's Jefferson Reserve Stout, which I am a fan of already.