I definately noticed the difference between the Balcones whiskey and the rum. There was also a slight char character from the beer aged on Jack Daniels that I did not get with the Balcones whiskey. I think over time the flavors of the different spirits would blend since the wood will absorb some flavors from them all but since there is also liquor in there that is not absorbed by the wood and get mixed in with the beer I get the distinct flavor of the liquor in my final beer.
Brewing since 1989 - BJCP National Rank
Conditioning: Burton Ale, Belgian Quad, Old Ale
On tap: Cider, Impy Cherry Stout, Irish Red Ale, Irish Red Lager, Big Irish Red Ale, Rye Dunkel Bock, German Easter Lager, Mexican Lager, Belgian Dubbel Chocolate Stout
Newly Bottled: Dubbel, Belgian Golden Strong, Belgian Easter Ale