Today Chris and I are reviewing St-Ambroise Oatmeal Stout. We’re t his house today, just to change things up a little. As a side note, the ride up I95 during rush hour wasn’t too bad. He says it can be much worse.
We’re doing this review today after reading a recipe for a Bloody Mary using St-Ambroise Oatmeal Stout. This will be a 2 part review, with the first part focusing on just the beer, and the second part will be a review of Draft Magazine’s recipe for a Bloody Mary.
In our ongoing review series we’ll be covering the following 5 items:
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About McAuslan Brewing:
Based out of Montreal, Québec McAuslan Brewing began operations in January of 1989.
Scott: A nice nutty brown with a thickly bubbled head.
Chris: Poured nicely with a small moca head.
Scott: This one is teeming with aroma. I’m getting caramel, molasses, espresso, and chocolate
Chris: Awesomeness. Roasted coffee with hints of chocolate.
Scott: Very light and creamy feeling with a good medium carbonation.
Chris: Medium thick body and medium carbonation. I was somewhat surprised as this is not as creamy as I expected. Excellent, non the less.
Scott: A few of these will go down very easily. I’m not generally a fan of oatmeal stouts, but this one is spot-on delicious. Roasted malt, maybe some caramelized sugar, and a nice finish of bitter chocolate.
Chris: Yummy, oatmeal deliciousness. It is has smooth roasted sweet flavors from start to finish with hints of chocolate throughout.
Scott: A little bitterness with a nice espresso flavor. Unquestionably pleasant.
Chris: The coffee flavors last, but are not too bitter.
Scott: I should have bought more of these, but at $10.25 a 4 pack, they can be a little cost prohibitive. 5/5
Chris: This is an excellent, 5 star, oatmeal stout!