Oatmeal Stout Partial Mash Beer Recipe Kit

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Full-bodied with a silken texture and a gentler roast profile than its Irish and American cousins, this ebony ale is rich and substantial.

This is a partial mash beer kit - see our Partial Mash Walkthrough for details.

Who doesn't love oatmeal stout? Its 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.

In addition to the equipment required for malt extract brewing (boiling kettle, primary fermenter, siphon, etc.), you will need the following to brew our partial mash kits:

  • thermometer with a range that includes 120°-170°F
  • mash kettle - a pot with a capacity of at least 4 gallons (the boiling kettle you already have can do double duty)
  • A second pot or kettle with a capacity of at least 2 gallons for heating sparge water
  • large strainer or a nylon mesh bag that can hold up to 5 pounds of wet grain (used to separate the grain from the mash liquid in Step #8)

Additional information

SKU 1110
Beer Color Dark
Original Gravity

1049

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style British
Alcohol Content Low
Yield 5 Gallons
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 74 reviews
81%
(60)
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(1)
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David B.
Really happy with it

Brewed this at the beginning of August in Georgia and have been very happy with it so far. Used the dry yeast option (no starter) since it's so hot. Fermented in basement at about 74 ambient and the yeast seemed to chew through it in a couple days but i let it go two weeks. Skipped the secondary and went straight to bottles to condition, definitely needed the full two weeks to carbonate.

Flavor seems very close to what i was hoping for though it's noticeably different based on the serving temp. Notes of chocolate, coffee, and oatmeal. Not as thick of a mouth feel as i was expecting. Reminds me of Samuel Smith oatmeal stout. Highly recommend.

M
Maxwell O.
Fine but mediocre

Beer was drinkable, but have to say it was mediocre. Thin body for a stout and not a lot of flavor. Brew process was straight forward.

B
Bob K.
Very nice stout

I made my first oatmeal stout several months ago with a kit from a different store. It was good; easy drinking, even a bit crisp. I like a little bit more body and mouth feel, and this NB kit absolutely nails it with the partial mash, IMO. Nice balance of maltiness and chocolate notes with that little bit of silky mouth feel and texture with a crisp finish, topped off with a very nice foam cap. I bought two of these kits, and now I can't wait to get the second one going!

B
Bob
A Guinness slayer!

This stuff is the ultimate “approachable” beer for dark beer lovers, or non dark lovers. Easily drinkable, extremely smooth, with a touch of sweetness, a gorgeous head, and silky mouthfeel.

I keg mine with a quick 3-5 lb co2 charge, aiming for about 25% carbonation, then serve through a nitro tap at 35 PSI. I get a gorgeous fall in the glass, and the aroma is awesome. I’m brewing my third batch as soon as I free up tap space in my Keezer.

This is a great alternative to their dry Irish stout, a tad sweeter. Wish I had space for both as I try and keep a good stout or Porter on at all times.

L
LaMuhs
Ez Brew

Partial mash kits are a great way to flirt with all grain. Brew process was simple with easy to follow directions. Stout turned out very pleasant and several neighbors have agreed!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 74 reviews
81%
(60)
15%
(11)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
D
David B.
Really happy with it

Brewed this at the beginning of August in Georgia and have been very happy with it so far. Used the dry yeast option (no starter) since it's so hot. Fermented in basement at about 74 ambient and the yeast seemed to chew through it in a couple days but i let it go two weeks. Skipped the secondary and went straight to bottles to condition, definitely needed the full two weeks to carbonate.

Flavor seems very close to what i was hoping for though it's noticeably different based on the serving temp. Notes of chocolate, coffee, and oatmeal. Not as thick of a mouth feel as i was expecting. Reminds me of Samuel Smith oatmeal stout. Highly recommend.

M
Maxwell O.
Fine but mediocre

Beer was drinkable, but have to say it was mediocre. Thin body for a stout and not a lot of flavor. Brew process was straight forward.

B
Bob K.
Very nice stout

I made my first oatmeal stout several months ago with a kit from a different store. It was good; easy drinking, even a bit crisp. I like a little bit more body and mouth feel, and this NB kit absolutely nails it with the partial mash, IMO. Nice balance of maltiness and chocolate notes with that little bit of silky mouth feel and texture with a crisp finish, topped off with a very nice foam cap. I bought two of these kits, and now I can't wait to get the second one going!

B
Bob
A Guinness slayer!

This stuff is the ultimate “approachable” beer for dark beer lovers, or non dark lovers. Easily drinkable, extremely smooth, with a touch of sweetness, a gorgeous head, and silky mouthfeel.

I keg mine with a quick 3-5 lb co2 charge, aiming for about 25% carbonation, then serve through a nitro tap at 35 PSI. I get a gorgeous fall in the glass, and the aroma is awesome. I’m brewing my third batch as soon as I free up tap space in my Keezer.

This is a great alternative to their dry Irish stout, a tad sweeter. Wish I had space for both as I try and keep a good stout or Porter on at all times.

L
LaMuhs
Ez Brew

Partial mash kits are a great way to flirt with all grain. Brew process was simple with easy to follow directions. Stout turned out very pleasant and several neighbors have agreed!