RATINGS: 302   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.4/5   EST. CALORIES: 129   ABV: 4.3%
Aromatic. Approachable. Unique. Intriguing. Happy-go-lucky. Full-bodied. And weíre not just talking about the horse. This hop-forward, 100% all-malt session pale ale uses a blend of classic and modern Pacific Northwest hops, including Mosaic, Citra and Amarillo, for a pungent blend of stone fruit and tropical aromas. The signature ingredient - oats - are what makes Oatsmobile Ale stand apart, and gives it a body that you donít see in most other session Pale Ales.

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SODAK14 (376) - Rapid City, South Dakota, USA - JUN 11, 2017
A decent beer with a bready, malt flavor with maybe a tiny bit of citrus. Pours a light orange with a small head. Ok to drink but not really noteworthy overall.

agl108 (1225) - Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 4, 2017
On draft at Bells. Poured cloudy orangish. Light sweet malt, muted floral and tropical notes. Thin. Not much going on here.

Scipio (1044) - Palatine, Illinois, USA - JUN 3, 2017
Pours golden with a creamy, medium white head. Unfortunately, the aroma is a bit skunky. Lots of bread, some herbal hops, and not much else. The taste doesnít have much going on either. Not bad, it just everything offered here is very mild. Herbal, bread, grapefruit, grassy hops, and some slight caramel. A good amount of bitterness is found, which I wasnít really expecting. Bready aftertaste. Medium in body, which is heavy for something describing itself as a session ale. Smooth in texture and average carbonation. Bells does much better than this.

brewperman (9) - Texas, USA - MAY 20, 2017 does not count
Solid for what it is- a session pale ale. Not much distinction either way. I wish I could find it in cans, because it would be a great canoe beer. Inoffensive tending toward good.

wombat23 (1362) - Texas, USA - MAY 19, 2017
12 oz. bottle. Pale gold, creamy white head. Strong carbonation. Aroma of caramel, tropical fruit. Taste is tropical fruits, peach, caramel, faint pine. Oats give this a heavier, creamier body than expected. Interesting.

mmmbeer (1418) - Austin, Texas, USA - MAY 5, 2017
12 oz. bottle served in a shaker- poured a moderately hazy light brown/orange color, no head or evidence of one. Very light carbonation, aroma of cheap oatmeal and bread. Hits the mouth with a light body, malt is found rather easily but the entire beer is very one dimension, no distinct sensations stand out. Just another tick.

dlihcsnatas (738) - Temple, Texas, USA - APR 23, 2017
Slightly hazy golden brew with fast fading head. Smells of citrus and something not quite right. Taste is lots of citrus hops with some flavors of mango hiding in the back ground. Decent brew and very easy to chug. It is such a wimpy brew I would have to chug many of them to ever realize that it was beer and not just flavored water. Thankfully I only have 6 of them then I can go on to a mans beer.

Brandon1989 (655) - Lewisville, Texas, USA - APR 22, 2017
Pours a hazy golden yellow color with some sediment chunks floating throughout. The aroma is floral hops, some white bread crust, and oats. The flavor is floral hops up front but the oats are noticeable in there as well. There is a hop kick at the back end but its not overbearing and is quite mellow for a session ale.

balloonbuffoon (263) - - APR 9, 2017
$9 for a six-pack of these 12floz beers with a BOD of 01.17.2017. Appears a rich gold and possesses a sticky white head. Aroma is mild with notes of light grains and citrus zest. Flavor and mouthfeel is light, crisp, and mildly astringent. Itís good that this beer is meant to be sessionable, since if hop bitterness was higher it would come off as harsh. Instead itís a well crafted beer for easy drinking purposes.

chinchill (4934) - South Carolina, USA - APR 9, 2017
On tap in Greenville SC in a Gouden Carolus glass. Clear golden-amber body with a large, off-white head. Aroma: hops, caramel, more caramel, faint ripe fruits. Flavor: largely follows the aroma. Mildly bitter balance but with lots of caramel. Feel: the body is medium-light; medium+ carbonation. Overall: caramel hops.

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