People's Pint Oatmeal Stout

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Type: English Stout
  • Brewed by: The People's Pint Restaurant & Brewery
  • Availability: Year-round
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  • Region Available: Massachusetts
  • Aroma: Malty
  • Aroma Description: Toasted / Roasted / Burnt / Nutty
  • Serve at Temperature: Ice Cold
  • Container: Shaker Pints and Tumblers
  • Website: www.thepeoplespint.com
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  • 05.10% 
  • 2913/3686 
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Brewed with healthy doses of chocolate and black patent malts, this delightful beer is as black as the cold night sky but its robust flavor and smooth finish will warm you to the core. (abv: 5.1% | original gravity: 1057)

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Reviews: 1

  • Oct 8, 2010
    thebadfrogger (95)Rank: Beer AficionadoGroup: Fall beer lovers
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    Poured black out of a 22 oz. bomber with a lesser than expected tan head than fell quickly to a cap and left some decent lacing.
    Not much to the aroma at all. A little bit roasty and nutty with a buttery backround.
    The taste is better, oaty smoothness, cocoa, a little bit roasty and burnt. Buttery taste is present finishing with a dry , slightly bittering hoppiness. It does get better as it warms.
    Body is on the thin side with a lower amount of carbonation. Really drinks and tastes more like a porter than a stout.
    Would be interesting to try this one on tap instead of the bottle.