Coffee, chocolate, and the taste of the British Isles. What is it?


Oatmeal Stout 13° - The Taste of the British Isles...

In our beer series, we move from Central Europe to another significant beer world, the British Isles. The unique hard water, interesting hops, and complex social conditions there gave rise to many beer styles, without which the offerings of many local microbreweries would be much poorer.

One of the most famous and characteristic is undoubtedly the Stout.

Stout has a history linked with the so-called Porter. Porter was (and still is) a strong, full-bodied beer, brewed only from dark malts, and was mainly popular with the working class. It spoiled slowly, and even when it did, it wasn't noticeable for a long time, which was exploited by innkeepers who mixed old beer with new batches.

Breweries brewed the popular Porter in various versions, with the strong Stout Porter being particularly favored, laying the foundations for today's Stouts. Over the last two centuries, they have undergone significant changes; the original purely caramelized malts were partially replaced by pale malts, supplemented by roasted barley. The paths of Stout and Porter then diverged but never strayed too far from each other.

In our current offering, you will find the winter special Oatmeal Stout. Like its relatives, it is characterized by a black color and coffee and chocolate aroma, but with the addition of oatmeal, it has a specific viscosity that feels like a velvety caress.

Thanks to its smooth body, pleasantly hopped with the American variety Columbus, it is dangerously drinkable.

We serve it at the bar, and you can also buy it in glass and PET bottles.

So, Cheers!

Oatmeal Stout 13°

Alcohol: 5.4% ABV

Gravity: 13% wt.

Reserve your seats in the restaurant and come taste it.