1. Oatmeal Stout from the Free State Brewing Co.

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    Up and at 'em. If you ask us, there’s no better way to start your day than with a nice, hot bowl of oatmeal. Not only does it have everything you need to power through the day, but it’s also delicious and filling in a way that no other breakfast food can match. Watch the video to learn more about this great Free State Beer from Head of Brewing and Bottling Steve Bradt. And while we don’t recommend trying it before noon, the same can be said for our Oatmeal Stout. This rich, tasty brew goes down smooth, and on a chilly evening in the Free State, it simply can’t be beat. Flavor Profile Traditional full-bodied stout with a well-rounded, balanced flavor and silky texture. Malt Varieties 2-Row Pale Caramel Crystal Chocolate Wheat Munich Carafoam Flaked Oats Flaked Barley Roasted Barley Hop Varieties Northern Brewer Fuggles O.G. - 15/1061 IBU - 42 Learn more about other great varieties of Free State Beer here: http://freestatebrewing.com/beer/ Thanks to Oakhurst for providing the music, check out their new album "Barrel" @ www.oakhurstmusic.com

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    • Dec 29 : Oatmeal Stout : Free State Brewing with the Roaming Pint

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      We hang out with the Roaming Pint this week, and drink some delicious Oatmeal Stout from Free State Brewing Co in Lawrence Kansas. We talk a bit about what the Roaming Pint is, and how cool it would be to roam all over the country drinking beer from great craft breweries. Free State Brewery was kind enough to allow Maria and Brian to represent their hometown beer by sending us some Oatmeal Stout to drink. On Master Pairings with Dr. Bill, Stephen joins Bill in the kitchen for a fabulous pairing of wild Fiji Swordfish with Asparagus paired with the 15th Anniversary Stone Escondidian Black IPA. Stephen brings controversy to the show by declaring Black IPA the winner of the great name debate. Stephen fights the fact that his voice is going away, Matt proves that he is not ready for sith dark lord status, and Maria and Brian regale us with weird tales of travel around the country. __ Support our Sponsors Beachwood BBQ – beachwoodbbq.com NBT Brewing – nbtbrewing.com __ Follow the Roaming Pint Roaming Pint Twitter - twitter.com/theroamingpint Roaming Pint Facebook - facebook.com/TheRoamingPint __ Follow us online New Brew Thursday – Twitter – twitter.com/newbrewthursday New Brew Thursday – Facebook – facebook.com/newbrewthursday Master Pairings – Twitter – twitter.com/masterpairings Master Pairings – Facebook – facebook.com/masterpairings Stephen – twitter.com/darthweef John – twitter.com/johnholzer Matt – twitter.com/SmallBatchBrew

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      • Brewing TV - Episode 38: None More Cask

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        Cask ale at home! Mike and Jake take what they learned about cask-conditioning ales from Damian McConn (Summit Brewing Company) and use it to make their own cask version of a Oatmeal Stout. Join the guys as they learn the steps to a great firkinfied homebrew, get jiggy with double espresso shots, and drink the finished cask ale with some work buddies. You'll find there's None More Cask. [Original postdate: June 3, 2011]

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        • Feb 3 : Cream Stout : Packinghouse Brewery : on location with special guest Don McAllister

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          This week we head out to Riverside, CA to a newly opened, but completely awesome little brewery called Packinghouse Brewery. We chat with owner/brewer Don McAllister about starting a brewery, what a Packinghouse is, and how the community of Riverside has responded to having good craft beer in the area. We drink the Packinghouse Brewery Cream Stout and pair it with what might possibly be the best confections I have ever tasted. McCall's Confections creates an amazing selection of chocolate dipped toffee candies, that pair amazingly with the Cream Stout. On Master Pairings we have Cinnamon Toast Crunch .. yeah, the cereal, and instead of milk Dr. Bill breaks out the Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout for fun, crazy and tasty results! Check out Packinghouse brewery online : http://pbbeer.com/ http://twitter.com/phbeer http://www.facebook.com/pages/Packinghouse-Brewing-Co/264384171637?ref=ts Check out McCall's Confections online : http://www.mccallscandles.com/candles/Confections Follow us online : http://twitter.com/newbrewthursday http://facebook.com/newbrewthursday Brewed By: Packinghouse Brewery Riverside Ca Style | ABV Stout | 5.4%

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          • Food and Wine Blog TV: episode 32 - Telegraph Brewery's Oatmeal stout review

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            Greg B provides a spontaneous beer review of an average california oatmeal stout. For more information, the level of foam this beer contributed increased for at least 5 minutes post pour, and more than doubled in size during that time!

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            • Drink of the Day #00016

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              Two beers and a wine! Drink of the Day covering the Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout from Anderson Brewing Company, the Framboise Raspberry Lambic from Lindemans Farm Brewery, and the Crianza 2006 Tempranillo from Campo Viejo in Spain.

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              • The Art of Home Brewing with JC Tetreault

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                Almost all beer is made up of four ingredients: barley malt, water, yeast and hops. The relative simplicity of the list as well as the process by which their combination becomes a finished product, and a public whose beer palette has grown considerably more developed and discerning over the last two decades are perhaps the biggest reasons for the dramatic rise in home brewing of beer. Home brewing has in turn given way to the huge growth of microbreweries as most if not all started in someone's kitchen, basement or garage. Some might say that craft beer is best found in these corners of the home and considering our introduction to JC Tetreault, a home brewer from Brookline, we might just have to agree... We were quite lucky to find JC, or rather for him to find us (through BeerAdvocate.com). After checking out our website and watching some of our segments on local breweries, JC contacted us about doing a piece on home brewing at his Brookline home. We were thrilled at the idea and started shooting a couple weeks later. And what a shoot it was! We talked to JC about his background and approach to home brewing and participate in a brew of his incredibly delicious oatmeal stout (check out the barley grind and how JC adds fully cooked oatmeal to the mash). Many thanks to JC for sharing his knowledge and experience of home brewing with us. And check out his blog at http://www.trilliumbrewing.blogspot.com where you can find a great deal of information on brewing as well as learning about the amazing beers that he has created.

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                • VloMo08 Day 23: Oatmeal Stout

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                  Join our "Spirits" group on Utterli and post your favorite drinks to the group. Here is an example of me having a Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout and posting to: http://www.utterli.com/Spirits

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