Oatmeal stout is sweeter than dry stout but not as sweet as sweet stout. This beer uses oats instead of lactose to provide a slightly creamy mouth-feel and complexity. It has a slight roasted-grain flavor and aroma, like bitter chocolate, which helps dry the finish. A subtle background fruity/earthy character from fermentation and hop notes round out the character of this style.
Commercial Examples: Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout
Food Pairing: Mole Sauced based Food, Aged Cheddar & Cheese Cake
Glass to Serve: Nonic Pint
Serving Temperature: 10-13 C
The recipe kit includes Malt, Yeast and Hops enough to make 1 Gallon of finished beer
All grains in the recipe kit are unmilled unless specified otherwise during checkout.