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Old 03-27-2011, 05:11 AM   #1
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It's been awhile since I posted here. I just kicked a case or two of an English bitter. (eba). I'm telling ya it blew me and my bud light friends away. I highly recommend this beer to you home brewers any time you want a fine tasting beer. I do have 3 questions what's an oatmeal stout? Is it heavy? Is it a one and done beer?

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Old 03-27-2011, 06:55 AM   #2
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It's been awhile since I posted here. I just kicked a case or two of an English bitter. (eba). I'm telling ya it blew me and my bud light friends away. I highly recommend this beer to you home brewers any time you want a fine tasting beer. I do have 3 questions what's an oatmeal stout? Is it heavy? Is it a one and done beer?
Oatmeal stout is a heavier beer especially if you are used to Bud light. I have a great extract recipe for an oatmeal stout if you're interested. I brewed it and threw Starbucks coffee in the secondary for 24 hours before bottling and it was AH-mazing.

As far as one and done... I've had an oatmeal stout at 5% and one at 9%, some really thick like eating oatmeal and some smooth and goes down easy so everyone is different I guess.
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"I have a great extract recipe for an oatmeal stout if you're interested."

So what is the recipe??

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I'd love to try one.

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lazarus, I would try a commercial version of an oatmeal stout to see if you like it. Maybe Samuel Smiths Oatmeal Stout, I really enjoy it, others might have some different examples for you. I would hate to brew five gallons of a beer I wasn't going to like.

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lazarus, I would try a commercial version of an oatmeal stout to see if you like it. Maybe Samuel Smiths Oatmeal Stout, I really enjoy it, others might have some different examples for you. I would hate to brew five gallons of a beer I wasn't going to like.
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sam smiths is good if you like that english taste.Try a few. Medicino oatmeal stout was really good but some cream stouts are nice n smooth.Better yet if you like your cream coffee and oats try a breakfast stout.

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