davedog (1) - USA - FEB 9, 2006 does not count
Oatmeal stouts never impressed me but the wolavers seemed to finish allot smoother. Yet the body was not so full to fill you up beerpaw (9) - Portland, - FEB 9, 2013 does not count
This is my gold-standard oatmeal stout. Finally had on on tap at Columbia Gorge Hotel. Ninkasi Oatis comes close, but this one really satisfies all aspects of stouthood. Check out the Organic Beer Festival at Overlook Park this summer - Wolaver is always there and always hits it out of the park, especially on a nitro tap! Pinnhead (93) - New Jersey, USA - JAN 28, 2006
among my favorites in terms of oatmeal stout. at the softer end of the spectrum of its class. it’s a little soft almost like a porter but stands on it’s own. Not so heavy a beer which permits sucking back a few. MarkSachon (1044) - Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 18, 2015
12 oz bottle. This was very good but i couldn’t say it was any better than its cousins in the non-organic realm. vulcanmeister (291) - La Grande, Oregon, USA - MAR 25, 2006
Modest, frothy tan head with a dark, rusty brown body. Creamy aroma of chocolate, hazelnuts and light roast. Abundant roast and char in the flavor, slightly grainy with burnt husky notes, and obvious hops. Fairly dry for an oatmeal stout with a medium bitter finish. Lightly starchy texture. A fair stout.
SanfordBrewer (1608) - Sanford, Florida, USA - DEC 24, 2009
(br-btl cr-lbl, "certified organic", 6 pack of 12oz, 22oz)maxwelldeux (4374) - Snohomish, Washington, USA - AUG 17, 2012
opq-bk/mhgy, thin tan head, ^effervescent for style, med-bod, med-co2.
aroma: bready/oat malty fresh-hop.
flavor: malty §oat §bitter-chclt T1, bready §bitter §fruity-hop T2, §bitter-chclt §coffee T3, ^bitter-chrcl Tf.
Pours super dark and thick. Great notes of roasting and coffee in the nose. Surprisingly light and easy on the palate for being such a thick beer. An almost mocha flavor, though it lacks the harshness that coffee does. Really great find. IndianaRed (4937) - Boise, Idaho, USA - JUL 3, 2004
Bottle sampled at 55F
Pours very dark, held to direct setting sun, dark reddins brown shines through.
Modest fizzy head that leaves in a bit of a hurry. Moderate lacing is present. Smells smokey and dark. Taste is smokey, like campfire charcoal. Not much sweetness but still very tastey. As it warms up a bit, carbonation that was not much is decreasing of course and the woody smokey flavor is coming out more now.
Must be the Oatmeal in these that really mellow out a stout. Finish is very smooth and clean. Nary a trace of hopps or lingering bitters. A good one that is under rated IMO. raymow (1732) - Bensalem, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 8, 2004
A very good stout. Great color, aroma and flavor. One of the best stouts that I’ve had in a while. 9er (99) - Maryland, USA - JUL 10, 2005
Pretty dayum good. This beer harks of the dark character in a true stout beer. Truly a good beer from cap to refund... a beer that is not afraid to be yummy and true to the noble category. The chololate-rum-rasin-brandyish flava is pleasant because the taste is mild but sweet and off-biter yet gentle. Great organic qualites as the lable indicates. Last seen at Krestons in the spring ’05 in Middletown, DE.