Rooie Dop Double Oatmeal Stout

 
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Rooie Dop
Formerly brewed at Brouwerij de Molen

Style: Imperial Stout
Maarssen, Netherlands
Serve in Snifter

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RATINGS: 337   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 288   ABV: 9.6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
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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corkyrory66 (1927) - BELGIUM - FEB 17, 2017
Imperial stout, en version double oatmeal, avec 5 malts et 2 houblons, brassé chez de Molen. Malts pale, cara, blond, special B, roast, avec en plus des flocons d’avoine. Houblonnage en saaz et columbus. Niveau abv de 9,6 %. Mon exemplaire avait 3 ans et 3 mois de mise en bouteille. Couleur marron extra sombre, à la clarté nette. Surface lisse, sauf quelques traces d’extra-terrestres. Arômes de café, prune, sirop de Liège, poire cuite. 1ère bouche souple et superbe sur un ensemble malt/charbon de bois/café. Arrière-bouche longue, avec un prodigieux développement. 2ème avec un nez d’avoine. Bouche café/chocolat/baies noires. Arrière-bouche qui prend beaucoup d’ampleur. 3ème superbe bouche liée malt/café/chocolat. Arrière-bouche très longue, complexe. Longueur qui repasse en diagonale toutes ces belles choses. Jambes lisses, longues. Levure souple, boisée, très belle ligne. Alcool fort, il développe la longueur à son maximum. Finale forte, précise. CONCLUSION : très grand oatmeal stout d’abord, parce que l’avoine y a pleinement sa place, et ensuite très grand stout qui donne la pleine mesure du potentiel énorme de ce style .. Signalons enfin la durée de vie prévue par ce brasseur : 25 ans .. Ce genre de propos, j’adore !! Et rien que pour cela, elle mérite le plus grand respect !!

4.8
GBZ59 (1217) - BARCELONA (Catalonia), SPAIN - JUN 19, 2012
Botella de 330ml –gracias a Juanjo por compartirla. Vaso de ½ Pinta. Saboreada en jun´12. Color negro intenso y corona de espuma beige claro y burbuja pequeña. Buena retención. Aromas de avena, granos secos de café, maltas torrefactas, trazos de chocolate y sutil fragancia floral. Chocolate amargo/dulce fundido con lúpulos subyacentes fluyen juntos hacia un final prolongado y amargo con leve toque cítrico. Cuerpo intenso y carbonatación moderada. Paladar cremoso y aterciopelado. Placentera y deliciosa. ¿ 9,6 ABV? Estás de coña… 330ml bottle –thanks to Juanjo for sharing this one-. ½ Pint glass. Enjoyed on jun´12. Pitch black in color headed by light beige, small bubbled, froth. Good retention. Oats, dried coffee grains, roasted malts, hints of chocolate & subtle floral fragancy to the nose. Bitter/sweet fudge chocolate & underlying bitterness flow together into a long bitter finish with slightly citric touch. Full body, moderate carbonation. Velvet, creamy, palate. Pleasant & delightful. A 9.6 ABV beer ?? Come on…

4.5
kaivoetmann (5) - NORWAY - OCT 12, 2012 does not count
Found this in a Beer store in amsterdam. Thick dark color. Smell and taste of coffe, roasted nuts and honey. Great bitternes at the end.

4.5
graf0 (221) - POLAND - NOV 1, 2014
Double Oatmeal Stout przy przelewaniu jest barwy ciemnobrązowej, w szklance czarny nie przejrzysty. Pianę posiada dość skąpą, ale utrzymuje się długo oraz ładnie zdobi ścianki szklanki. W aromacie mamy dominujący zapach kawy i czekolady. Smak bardzo ciekawie skomponowany: wysoka początkowa słodycz jest mocno skontrowana na finiszu goryczką przypominającą gorzką czekoladę. Do tego dochodzą posmaki kawowe. Nuty alkoholowe doskonale są przykryte i nie wyczuwalne. Tekstura tego piwa jest gładka, jedwabista i przyjemna. Przy przełykaniu wyczuwalne jest rozgrzewanie od alkoholu ( 9,6%). Pijalność tego piwa podnosi jego niskie wysycenie.

4.5
Cybercat (5743) - Georgia, USA - FEB 17, 2016
Pours opaque sable to the bottom, with a thick and rather persistent fine-bubbled tan head. Could scarcely get more appetizing - to me, anyway, the stoutie. Aroma presents roast malt, molasses, licorice and oat notes plus hints of mocha. Core of roast, smoky malt supports chocolate, oaty, licorice, molasses and coffee tones. Outright lip-smacking! Mouthfeel features firm, smooth body and some good fizz. Will make you say Rooie!

4.5
vincentvega72 (726) - Terneuzen, NETHERLANDS - FEB 21, 2017
Puur zwart bier met mokkakleurige schuimkraag. Aroma met een licht zuurtje maar proef je gelukkig niet terug in de smaak. Chocolade, koffie, beetje drop, laurier, peperkoek, stroop. Vol en romig in de mond met een subtiel zacht-bittere afdronk. Zeer goeie stout.

4.4
Bullit (4581) - Burgos, SPAIN - APR 11, 2012
Bottle from Burg Bieren. Was very curious about how this one would turn out. Black colour, thin brown head. Nose is roasted malts, coffee, oats, cacao, slight sourness. Flavour is roasted malts, coffee, slight hop bitterness upfront, followed by chewy oats and a medium bodied, fairly dry and slightly bitter palate. Fairly bitter and a slightly alcoholic finish. Very enjoyable!

4.4
jerohen (2277) - Bussum, NETHERLANDS - APR 14, 2012
UPDATED: JUL 24, 2014 Bottled at Rooie Dop tasting session at De Bierkoning, Amsterdam. Black appearance, no head. Absolutely fantastic complex nose, loads of malts, oats, coffee, some chocolate, some hops, even some wood notes. Very smooth yet complex malty flavor, very clear oatmeal presence, bitter but enough other flavors to balance it out. Developing and lasting finish. While this bottle was still quite fresh i’m already very much impressed. Seems like a very suitable candidate for barrel-aging as well. Very, very nice beer. Re-rate: Bottled at home, aged for about half a year. Huge head this time. Coffee and malts even more pronounced, also a bit more alcoholic. This beer definitely benefits from aging a bit. Rating reflects aged sample.

4.4
77ships (9650) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - AUG 19, 2012
Apparently made in real gypsy style with the new brewer just using De Molen installation and no input from Menno // 33 cl. bottle sampled @ GBF 2012 // dark brown with a tanned head // smell is deliciously sweet, thick malts, chocolate plain and milk, light roast, cocoa, vanilla and some fruits // taste is sweeter side, yummy and surprisingly fruity, actually getting plenty of raspberries in here plus reasonable amount of sweet berries on top, lots of nuts, creamy oatmeal, milk chocolate, malty, toffee, sweeter coffee & that fruitiness // very creamy body // watch out for the new kid on the block

4.4
kraddel (7870) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - OCT 30, 2012
now HERE’s a surprise ! dont know what the hell ’oat’ is , so never tried an ’oat’ stout.. aint it ’haver’ in dutch? anyway, alway thought it wanst my kind of thing, well, and this.. was.. cant realy say this stout has anything i haven’t had yet in a stout, the onley diffrence here is, that this is, to me, a basic rusian imperioal, very well balanced, and the good things in it, come way much more to live here. no coffee ( not a big fan of coffe here folks) no chocolat ( witch this proves to be not a negative thing, as i alway thought) in stead you get a realy heavy, yet drinkable, very nice brew. i’m gonna buy this for sure !


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