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Just Right Oatmeal Stout - All-Grain Recipe Kit

REC-KT-AG-HBS-OATSTT
$33.95
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Some stouts are too bold. Some stouts are too stout. Our stout recipe is just right. Very dark in color and having a great roasted grain flavor behind it this beer allows for the coffee and other aromas to make its way through. Why the oats you’re asking? Great question! The oats in this recipe make it one of the smoothest drinking beers you’ll ever come across. 

Not too big, not too sweet, and not too dry with a creamy mouthfeel and the brown head common for this style this is a favorite for all who have brewed it! 

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Just Right Oatmeal Stout - All-Grain Recipe Kit Instructions

Is this your first Homebrew Beer Recipe Kit? Check out our New to Brewing Guide to see a step by step road-map to brewing your first batch of beer!

Style Overview: 
Oatmeal Stouts are a dark stout style made using oats and darker malts. They have a rich mouthfeel and roasted malt flavor and aroma with notes of chocolate and caramel with subdued hop characteristics. Usually, they'll range in color from dark brown to black. 

General Info: 

  • Batch Size: 5 Gallons
  • Mash at 154
  • Ferment at 66 – 68 degrees
  • Est. Original Gravity: 1.053 SG
  • Est. Final Gravity: 1.016 SG
  • Est. Alcohol by Volume: 5 %
  • Bitterness: 30 IBUs
  • Est. Color: 31.5 SRM

Malts and Adjuncts: 

  • Pale Maris Otter
  • Victory
  • Pale Chocolate
  • 2 Row Black
  • 2 Row Chocolate
  • Caramel 80L
  • Roasted Barley
  • Flaked Oats

Hops: 

  • Magnum Hop Pellets

1 Review

  • 5
    1st AG

    Posted by COREY A. on Dec 22nd 2015

    Simple. Still bubbling every so often after a week. Hit target gravity and even got over 5.5 gallons. Wort tastes good, so I can't wait to see what final product produces.