Oatmeal Stout All-Grain Kit

SKU# U1114

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Famed beer writer Michael Jackson describes these ebony potables as "firm, smooth, silky, [with] a hint of nuttiness in their complex of coffee, chocolate and roast flavors."

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Famed beer writer Michael Jackson is credited with reviving this nearly forgotten old English classic when he wrote about it in 1977. He describes these ebony potables as "firm, smooth, silky, [with] a hint of nuttiness in their complex of coffee, chocolate and roast flavors." If we could describe our Oatmeal Stout more eloquently, we'd be the ones getting paid to drink the best beers in the world.
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Beer Kit Yield5 Gallons
Recipe and InstructionsClick Here for Oatmeal Stout All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions
Regional StyleBritish
Original Gravity1042
Total Time to Make6 weeks
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my go to kit
I feel like this is the perfect kit for the stout lover. the first batch of beer I ever made was 4 years ago and it was this kit, since then I have brewed this beer several times and I have put it on nitro once. its an easy drinking beer that I will have on tap all winter long, I love getting non-stout drinkers to try this beer because 9 out of 10 end up asking for more. good body, I know others have added a pound of base malt for a bigger mouth feel but I feel is it good the way it is, a tan head and dark in the glass, smooth coffee and toasted notes, with just enough bitterness to balance it out... session beer?
October 5, 2015
Great work!
You guys rock!!
December 31, 2015
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The instructions are a little unclear, is there a second racking after 2 weeks? With bottling at 4 weeks?
M A on Mar 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Move to secondary fermentor after one to two weeks. Make sure krausen has fallen to the bottle of the fermentor before transferring to secondary. You can bottle after two weeks in secondary. I have brewed this many times and it has always been delicious.

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