I'm sure you've had time to think about this, but a few come to mind.
Wee Heavy, Belgian Dark Strong, Baltic Porter, Imperial Brown, English Barleywine, Traditional Bock, Doppelbock, Eisbock.
As for the aging - longer is better. Our club just drew out a Belgian Dark Strong that aged in a bourbon barrel for nearly 10 months. Prior to that, the barrel housed a RIS for 13 months. Both are excellent beers; nice, oak characteristics come through on both.