Rooie Dop Double Oatmeal Stout

Rooie Dop
Formerly brewed at Brouwerij de Molen

Style: Imperial Stout
Maarssen, Netherlands
Serve in Snifter


on tap

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RATINGS: 336   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 288   ABV: 9.6%
A strong taste is provided by chocolaty and roasted malts, which are combined with soft smoothness from the oats. Add up a little bitterness from Columbus hops and you’ll get a dangerously drinkable Double Oatmeal Stout!

Malts: Pale, flaked oats, Cara, Black, Special B, roasted barley.
Hops: Columbus, Saaz

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Kita (2267) - Koper, SLOVENIA - OCT 9, 2014
Bottle, 0.33l. Pours cloudy black with small creamy light brown head that dissipates quickly. Aroma of chocolate, roasted malt, coffe, caramel, dark fruits and spicy hops. Taste starts with touch of fruity acidity, which is quickly dominated by sweet and rich chocolate, roasted malt and licorice, mouthfeel is warming with moderate alcohol note, while finish is pleasant medium bitter. Full body, syrupy texture and soft carbonation in palate. Despite high ABV, this is incredibly drinkable brew...

DrSilverworm (9672) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - OCT 1, 2014
4oz on tap at Liberty’s. Black color. Thin bubbly tan head. Good thicker ridges of lace. Bigger dark fruit, kind of a burnt malt and molasses aroma. Medium-plus body.Smooth, lighter carbonation. Slick texture. Aside from a bigger sweet taste, seems to hide the 9.5% ABV well, but isn’t thick or chewy as my favorite American alternatives. Bigger sweet taste, kind of spicy. Light bitterness. Solid stuff, but not great. A bit too sweet, and kind of thin, for me.

MarkoNm (2972) - Novo mesto, SLOVENIA - SEP 27, 2014
Pours an extra deep black color (motor oil) topped with a small brown colored head. Very creamy. Decently strong roasty aroma, some coffee and chocolate as well. The taste is pleasantly roasty with not so strong bitterness. Some chocolate also here and some coffee as well. Very nice.

BeerBoom (276) - POLAND - SEP 21, 2014
Bottle. In aroma dark chocolate, some soy sauce, cofffee. In taste is smooth, chocolate with great aftertaste and very good bitterness.

mutz (1125) - NETHERLANDS - SEP 14, 2014
Bijna zwarte kleur, beige plakkraag. Ruikt naar pure chocolade, drop,chocomel, gebrande mout en wat metaligs. Smaakt donker, koffie, choco, maar ook iets bitterzurigs, grassigs. Body mocht wel wat voller zijn. Ik vind de smaak niet heel goed. Aroma en looks zijn stukken beter.

BagerPL (126) - - SEP 13, 2014
Piwo generalnie dobre, pasujące do stylu, ale mnie osobiście całkowicie nie smakuje chmiel ziołowy.

shrubber85 (11666) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - SEP 9, 2014
Bottle. Roasted oat malt and chocolate aroma. Dark brown with small head. Sweet oatmeal/chocolate malt and moderately bitter herbal flavor. Very tasty.

czar (9503) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 8, 2014
pours unclear very dark brown with an amost abnormal light beige head, good retention and lacing. dirty cheap molasses, roasted sweet malts, tons of ashes, bittering and spicy awkward colombus, pepper, grass. average if not lively carbonation for style, light to medium body, sweet and mineral-ashy finish. blah. DP.

mikske79 (1746) - Puerto Plata, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - SEP 6, 2014
Een typische stout waar ik sowieso al geen fan van ben. Een heel uitgesproken sterke smaak

Patrickctenchi (6750) - Cox’s Knob, columbus, Indiana, USA - SEP 1, 2014
Purple/black with a dark tan ring.
Aroma of smoked oats, chocolate roasted malt.
Espresso, char/ash bitter flavour.
Very dry...huge burnt bittering.
Rich, robust...barely a hint of sweetness.
Like drinking the liquefied staves of a burned barrel.
Loved it.

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