Sassafras Root Bark
Sassafras root bark comes from the extremely fragrant sassafras tree that can be found across North America. The most common use of the bark is in root beer but homebrewers can use sassafras to spice darker beers to give a unique flavour.
Recommended Storage: Store in cool, dry conditions in well sealed containers.
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