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Oatmeal Stout

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      All about oatmeal stout

      What is oatmeal stout beer?

      Oatmeal stout beer is a dark beer with a deep brown body that's nearly black. It carries the flavors of rich notes of mocha, chocolate and molasses. Oats subdue the intensity of roasted malts of this beer and deliver a smooth, creamy finish. This dark beer acquires its deep coloration from dark grains that also give it its bubbly top in hues of bitter cocoa. It pairs well with peppery Mexican cuisine and bittersweet chocolate. Its alcohol by volume content is around 8%, and it's an ideal drink for chilly winters.

      Oatmeal stout beer features

      The beer has ruby accents on a black body and light brown beads. In some variations, it displays a russet-hued foam. Additionally, its aromas will remind you of toffee and espresso. You can also detect scents of dark fruits and a steady earthiness. This craft beer is rich in scents of toasted barley and bread that balance the bitterness brought in by hops. The oatmeal in the beer gives rise to a head that is slow to dissipate and shows the consistency of mousse. This beer has a reputation as a nutritious drink, owing to its high protein levels.

      The oatmeal stout brewing process

      What began as a simple stout changed with the addition of oatmeal and kilns. This ale beer takes its name from the additional grain that brewers mix in it with malt. Oats make it sweet and give it a silky-smooth texture. This brought alterations in not only the beer's color and taste but also in its capacity to age. The beer undergoes top fermentation at warm temperatures. The yeast used for this beer is also a common ingredient in bread and wine recipes. The result is an ale that has a full body and is soft in the mouth. It has a coffee-like flavor and is drier than its Irish counterparts.

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