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- Who doesn't love oatmeal stout? It's impossible not to love oatmeal stout. Full-bodied with a silken texture and a gentler roast profile than their Irish and American cousins, this ebony ale is rich and substantial. Almost hidden under strong notes of dark chocolate, figs, and light-roast coffee you'll find a subtle nutty, grainy flavor from flaked oats (made possible by the partial-mash technique). A long-lasting raft of beige foam floats on the jet-colored pint and laces the glass all the way down. This stout is wonderful by itself, but if you're looking for a dessert beer pair it up against a flourless chocolate cake, truffles, or even a raspberry tart.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Oatmeal Stout Partial Mash Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style British Original Gravity 1049 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 4.8 / 5.050 ReviewsGood stoutGood stout. Make sure you have a large enough pot before you start.March 31, 2018Purchased
1 year agoDelicious stout, no doubtI have brewed this one a couple of times and have not regretted it one bit. The first time, I was nervous about doing a partial mash kit since it was slightly more involved than your standard extract kit. There were a few more steps, but nothing that would ever make me hesitate to brew this beer again. Smooth drinking with robust flavor, it is among the better stouts I have drank. The partial mash process is a great way to learn some new tricks if you're thinking about going to all grain, or just produce a good beer like this one.January 3, 2018If I had to limit myself too one beer, This would be itVery smooth and very malty. Even the light beer drinkers like this one.April 4, 2017Purchased
1 year agoOatmeal stout kitI was amazed at the amount of grain there was in the kit, I can't recall ever steeping so much mash in a kit, so I'm excited to get to the finished product.October 8, 2016Great Brew!Smooth and creamy with a hint of sweetness. I added 1/2 cup of oatmeal because I love the mouth feel oatmeal imparts. Great brew.July 27, 2016Great beerThis is my favorite beer so far. We ended up letting it set in the secondary for a couple extra weeks before kegging it and it was very smooth and clear. All our friends who tasted it commented that it was one of their favorites also.July 14, 2016We have not made itWe have not made it yetMay 26, 2016Oatmeal Stout Partial Mash KitThis kit came out great. I added cold brewed coffee to it to make an oatmeal coffee stout. I didnt have any issues whatso ever during or after the brewing process.April 3, 2016Best Brew EverI am fairly new to home-brewing, but have already found a favorite. This is a 10/10 and I will always keep a one of the kegs in my kegerator filled with Oatmeal Stout!!January 10, 2016
- Browse 5 questions Browse 5 questions and 9 answersWhat is the target FG for this beer. My OG was 1.046.BEST ANSWER: 1.013 or so would be about right, give or take a few points. That would work out to about 4.3 % ABV. - Mike W, Northern BrewerIn step 10 of the directions, what are you considering "normal boiling volume"? full 5 gal?BEST ANSWER: I use 2.5 gallons as my normal boiling volumeI bought the Partial Mash Oatmeal Stout Kit a while back, and I lost the directions for brewing it. So I have been sitting on this kit and really want to brew it. Is there a way that I can get the directions for brewing it on the web site? If not, can they be emailed to me?BEST ANSWER: Hello Josh,
Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! All of the directions for our kits can be found under the additional information tab on the product description page. http://www.northernbrewer.com/documentation/beerkits/PM-OatmealStout.pdf I hope that this helps!Can this recipe (or any other 5 gallon) be adjusted for the one gallon small batch?BEST ANSWER: It would be difficult as a kit, because you would need only 1/5 of the malt that comes in the bottle. However, if you have a local brew supply store & are handy with math it would be possible.I'm curious about the oatmeal stout directions. #22 is a repeat of part of what is written at the end of #21. Also at about this point most other directions I've used refer to racking to the secondary for the next couple weeks. Is something omitted in the directions or is this stout suppose to continue the full month in the primary?BEST ANSWER: I believe there is typo there. You will want to ferment in primary for 2 weeks, rack into secondary, and ferment for 2 additional weeks.
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