This Stout has more body than our Irish Stout with a smoother, slightly sweeter flavor that’s slick in the mouth. A hint of chocolate and oat texture makes this a favorite. This classic stout flavor leaves you wanting more.
- Full bodied yet smooth and slightly sweet
- Hints of chocolate and figs, with nutty, grainy flavor from oats
- Clean, roasted malty flavor and chewy texture
- Ingredients include: 6 lbs. Dark liquid malt extract, 8 oz. Rolled Oats, 4 oz. Chocolate Malt, 4 oz. Roasted Barley specialty grains, 1 oz. Fuggle pellet hops, yeast, priming sugar and a grain bag
- Full bodied yet smooth and slightly sweet
- Details & Instructions
4.7 / 5.0124 ReviewsVery good StoutMade this recipe with Wyeast propagator, 2 weeks in primary and 2 weeks in secondary. After 4 weeks in the bottle it was very good and will improve with age. I highly recommend this kit.March 5, 2011Take to a partyThis is the first batch of beer I have ever made. The instructions were very easy to fallow and the beer turned out great. People with all different kinds of beer preferences enjoyed it. This much success makes me consider going all-grain on the next batch.January 31, 2014Pretty good oatmeal stoutThis is a great kit from Midwest! It was my first attempt at home brewing, and it turned out pretty well. The recipe produces a good roasted stout with hints of chocolate sweetness. However, there is room for minor modifications. I think it could use an aroma hop addition either at the end of the boil or in the secondary. A small amount of additional sweetness would be helpful as well._x000D__x000D_The beer has decent head when served cold, with some lacing. It appears dark from a distant view, but hints of dark amber show when viewed near light. I boiled the full volume initially, but did not do a good job clarifying the wort during the boil and transfer to primary. Regardless, it still turned out pretty well. I'll use a Whirlfloc tablet during the next boil. _x000D__x000D_All in all, I am proud of this brew, especially since it was my debut.November 25, 2010excellent beerThis was easily the best of the kit beers I've made so far. A little thin for a stout, but mighty tasty. I added cocoa and coffee and it turned out to be a house favorite. My only regret is that I gave it all away as X-mas gifts. Next time the whole batch will be for me.February 7, 2011delish!This is a classic and quickly becoming my goto beer! So simple to make yet so delicious! Love this!February 10, 2014Subtle...but good!This turned out to be a smooth, subtle stout, but I may try toasted or additional oats a second time around to emphasize its identity. Rather than bottling after adding sugar, I'd love to try kegging on nitrogen.February 18, 2014Great Beer!This is the best beer I've made yet. I would say that oatmeal stout is my favorite beer and this kit makes the best.April 7, 2011Just brewing it nowJust brewing it nowJanuary 10, 2016Gone too soonVery easy to make kit and the taste is great. I made this with the white labs vial that was started in a 2 liter starter. That really give it a nice clean finish.March 7, 2014First Stout, really tastyThis was my first stout and I really enjoyed this brew. Didnt do anything too drastic or deviate from the directions, just made this brew as stated and it turned out great. Gave a couple of bottles to a guy at work and he liked it so much he wants to buy the next kit and keep a case of bottles for himself. This will be a repeat in late summer, so I can enjoy this in the fall/winter.May 16, 2011
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 8 answersHow much does this kit make?BEST ANSWER: For me it made 5 gallons or roughly 47 12 once bottles.Is it possible to scale this mix? I have two 1-gallon fermenters, so I can not make the full 5 gallon batch.BEST ANSWER: Challenges are mainly including measuring out the extracts, grains and hops to the right amounts. This can be done, and any opened extract stored in the fridge. But it is challenging to weigh everything out to 1/5 their values.Has anyone added coffee to this kit? if so how did you do it?BEST ANSWER: Hi Brian,
I'm sure somebody has done so, but I can't recall anything specific. I would recommend following the regimen on our coffee stout kit:
At the end of the boil add 4 oz coarsely ground Coffee
to the kettle once the heat is turned off. Allow the
coffee to steep for approximately 20 minutes before chilling.
Place the lid on the kettle during the steep. )
Cool the wort. When coffee addition has steeped for 20
minutes, cool the wort to approximately 100° F as rapidly
as possible. Use a wort chiller, or put the kettle in an ice
bath in your sink.
Hope that helps!
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