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Brewed By: Firestone Walker Brewing Co.

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Number of Ratings: 981

Style: English Oatmeal Stout

Brewed In: 1400 Ramada Dr. Paso Robles, CA 93446, USA

ABV: 7.8%

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Tasting Notes

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kkazlowski profile picturekkazlowski - March 17, 2013
Great flavor and medium body. Very smooth and balanced. Goes down easy.
clint profile pictureclint - March 6, 2013
Capones 2013
jboston profile picturejboston - February 24, 2013
Great example of a solid oatmeal stout.
Evil Homer profile pictureEvil Homer - February 18, 2013
Good stuff. Chocolaty flavours and nice and smooth.
 mjghajar profile picture mjghajar - February 18, 2013
Tried it for the 1st time. I really like the strong taste!
LP1 profile pictureLP1 - February 17, 2013
Nice and thick. Chewy chocolate flavor.
bdub30 profile picturebdub30 - February 16, 2013
Head quickly dissipates. Nose of sweet roasted coffee, perhaps some toffee. Taste the oatmeal, coffee and hints of cocoa towards the end. Took some hints from other reviewers and let it warm a bit. Flavors come through much better. Overall, a good standard stout.
Sarah J profile pictureSarah J - February 16, 2013
Very smooth profile - February 15, 2013
Very good. After it warmed up bit, chocolate taste
GI Joe profile pictureGI Joe - February 3, 2013
Pours the color of dark coffee and the aroma is like roasted chocolate coffee beans with a hint of toasted grain. Head foams up nicely, but dissipates quickly. Somewhat sweet and malty up front and a trace of bitter chocolate in the end. Mouthfeel is thick and creamy, yet with pleasant carbonation dancing on the tip of the tongue. Carmely finish lingers long. Very tasty brew. This is a stout by which I measure other stouts.
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