A local seasonal got me started on barrel aged beers. It's a porter (which I love) aged in a Jack Daniel's barrel (which I love and would live in - forever) and it comes out every spring (but tastes soooo goood in the fall). After it ran out last year I started trying to find something else to fill the void that was left inside me - an endless craving for a whiskey barrel aged porter... Basically, if it said, "barrel aged" on it, then I would try some... and from what I can tell, people will barrel age anything in any kind of barrel. Also... I'm a complete slut for barrel aged beer. I have a literal Pavlovian response to the words "barrel aged." I may have a problem, but it's a delicious one. The underlying porter is respectable - good, but not exceptional - but toss it in some Jack Daniel's barrels and then give it another six months or more and it becomes the sweetest nectar of the gods. If I could live in it then I would sell my house. If it could drive me to work then I would sell me car... It just came out again. And it's good. Nine to twelve months from now it will be amazing again... but there's the waiting. Although I pretty much like anything barrel aged, I have found that others do not live up to the expectations I hold based on my first... What beers would you recommend that might be similar to my local porter aged in Jack Daniel's barrels...?