Oatmeal Stout – Jon Finch

(3 customer reviews)

This recipe is taken from the book Beer Craft by Jon Finch.
A simple beer to brew that will impress any stout drinker. Thanks to the addition of oats you get a smooth, deep rich beer.

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Description

This recipe is taken from the book Beer Craft by Jon Finch.
A simple beer to brew that will impress any stout drinker. Thanks to the addition of oats you get a smooth, deep rich beer.


Ingredients

Crisp Pale Ale Malt (4000 grams)
Crisp Crystal Malt (400 grams)
Crisp Chocolate Malt (400 grams)
Rolled Oats (450 grams)
East Kent Goldings ( GOLDINGS ) Pellets (60 grams)
NBS Classic English Ale Yeast 12g (1 packs)


Method

Beer Style (main): British Ales
Beer Style (sub): Oatmeal Stout
Batch Size: 19L
Original Gravity: 1062
Final Gravity: 1016
ABV %: 6.0
IBU: 33.7

THE MASH
Temperature °C: 67c
Length (mins): 60
Out temp °C:
Out time (mins):

THE BOIL
Boil time (mins): 60

Additions and timing:

60g East Kent Goldings – 60mins

Secondary additions and timing:

N/A

Yeast: NBS Classic Ale Yeast
Fermentation temperature/steps: 18-20c for 7-10 days until FG is acheived

Comments:

This recipe is taken from the book Beer Craft by Jon Finch.
A simple beer to brew that will impress any stout drinker. Thanks to the addition of oats you get a smooth, deep rich beer.

Additional information

Weight 5.863 kg
Country of Origin GB
HS Code 2106909853

3 reviews for Oatmeal Stout – Jon Finch

  1. Rob Ellinor (verified owner)

    This has been my best brew by far. Simple to do and the results are stunning. Forget Guiness, this stout is the real deal! The oats in the mash certainly made it look porridgey but what it gave to both the flavour and body of the beer is exceptional. Will definitely be doing this one again. The only downside is that I am very unlikely to have any bottles left for Christmas!

  2. Lewis (verified owner)

    Made this kit twice now and it is excellent. First one I kept a dozen bottles over a year and it only got better. Second batch is nearly gone. 2 weeks in the fermenter and primed & bottled for the lower side of carbonation as it will keep carbing – if you intend keeping it any length of time. Lots of roast nutty flavour, I’m a Guinness drinker but I think I might prefer this.

  3. Gary Jenkins (verified owner)

    I purchased this pre-lockdown and it fermented through the remainder of spring. The selection of malts, along with the oats, resulted in a fantastic flavour and rich mouth-feel. I’ll definitely be trying this again – as feedback from people I gave bottles to was better than my earlier selections. Good product thanks to the malt miller

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