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Brewed By: New Holland Brewing Company

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Number of Ratings: 1605

Style: English Oatmeal Stout

Brewed In: 684 Commerce Ct, Holland, MI 49424, USA

ABV: 5.2%

IBU: 40


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Tasting Notes

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SaulGoodman profile pictureSaulGoodman - January 8, 2016
Good stout, but a little sweet with a bit of a coffee aftertaste.
Dawgvet profile pictureDawgvet - January 2, 2016
Roasted flavor with chocolate tones
ericcooperstein@mac.com profile pictureericcooperstein@mac.com - December 1, 2015
Rich, full, malty flavor. Great oatmeal stout.
powers profile picturepowers - November 12, 2015
Decent taste. Pretty flat nothing robust
Tommy Bridges profile pictureTommy Bridges - November 6, 2015
Extremely smooth. Excellent roasted malty goodness. The texture and mouthfeel is really where it's at with this one. Like velvet.
jph368 profile picturejph368 - September 12, 2015
Light chocolate notes. Smooth like an oatmeal stout should be but not much else going on
cghoot@gmail.com profile picturecghoot@gmail.com - September 2, 2015
Impressive. Like truffle butter. Little sweetness. Smooth and approachable like an old leather ottoman. Creamy. Long savory finish. Fully developed.
milklover33 profile picturemilklover33 - August 28, 2015
Mild stout
epelky@comcast.net profile pictureepelky@comcast.net - August 27, 2015
Very smooth, pretty mellow taste
jameson.alford@gmail.com profile picturejameson.alford@gmail.com - August 22, 2015
Full bodied and very creamy mouthfeel. Good roasted character - well balanced. Long finish with bitterness - not much astringency.
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