Red Rock Oatmeal Stout - Red Rock Brewing Company
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Ratings: 15 | Reviews: 11 | Display Reviews Only:
4.05/5 rDev +20.5%
A - Black & brown, full dense and creamy head, definitely a sexy looking pint
S - Cocoa, coffee, woody, roasty, and grains, very by the book but all accounted for
T - Like the nose, more pronounced roastiness with a touch of nuttiness mixes with the oatmeal in the finish
M - Super creamy and chewy, velvety smooth, like a malted milkshake
O - This was the first pint i tried on my unscheduled stop here and it definitely got me in the mood to see what else they had to offer, a solid textbook oatmeal stout
11-01-2012 21:39:03 | More by joemcgrath27
2.85/5 rDev -15.2%
Had this at the Downtown location. Received in a pint glass.
4.5 A: Black. Creamy beige nitro head that lasts forever.
4.0 S: Oats and tons of chocolate. Light roastiness. Pretty impressive in the intensity department given the nitro.
2.5 T: Taste is mega boring. Light roast, no chocolate, and faint oats. Boring here. Whether it would be better on CO2 is something to ponder.
2.0 M: Light body. Low creaminess despite the nitro.
2.5 D: Not a huge fan of this and I generally hate nitro anyway. Needs more malt.
06-21-2012 03:49:39 | More by DavoleBomb
3.48/5 rDev +3.6%
served will by the nitro tap, this one pours a luxurious looking dark chocolate color with a tall thick tan head. smells like chocolate malts, coffee beans, and flaked oats, more oaty than many of these, quite nice. flavor is pretty standard, this is in the dry irish stout family. mellow roasty flavor and a hint of coffee in the finish. feel is too thin here, even on the nitro. it lacks that bigger body that is needed here. it is however smooth and drinkable. overall a decent stout, very sessionable, but far from perfect. i found many of the beers here to be lacking body. i wonder if that is a product of the 4% abv maximum draft mandate?
04-18-2012 17:59:41 | More by StonedTrippin
2.6/5 rDev -22.6%
appearance: dark brown, not ebony, slight retention, no lacing
smell: some roasted and coffee aroma
taste: flat, low on taste, just not much there.
mouthfeel: medium bodied to heavy. awkward..
drinkability: was not impressed and seemed to be a weak beer for it's style.
10-14-2009 03:24:56 | More by CampusCrew
3.15/5 rDev -6.3%
On tap at the brewery. A full, one pint glass presented to me with head resin on the outside of the glass. The beer is a very dark brown with a 1.5 finger head.
Paired with the recommended warm goat cheese salad (which was very nice).
Taste is low because of a watery finish.
03-23-2009 16:23:32 | More by Yetiman420
3.05/5 rDev -9.2%
Pours a dark brown color, nice carbonation, very nice two-finger creamy tan head, some nice sticky lacing follows. The nose is malty, very slight roast, toffee, and caramel. The taste is malty, with some toffee/caramel. Light-Medium body. Drinkable, really not much to this one.
02-08-2008 20:47:50 | More by Wasatch
3.08/5 rDev -8.3%
Came to the table with a nice dark color and decent tan head with nice lacing. Had a great stout smell (deep with hints of coffee) and a great stout flavor (nice burnt grain taste), but unfortunately there was pretty much no oatmeal in either aspect. It went down nice and I would be happy to try it again. It was a very good stout, just not a great oatmeal stout.
12-10-2007 17:26:21 | More by JamesS
3.75/5 rDev +11.6%
Chocolate. That was my first thought when tasting this at the Red Rock Brewing Company's bar/restaurant in Salt Lake City. The flavor carries an assertive chocolate, coffee and roasted malt flavor. The color is a nice opaque, black color, what you'd expect from a stout, with a nice creamy head characteristic of beers poured from a nitro tap. This was a very enjoyable stout, very smooth and easy to drink. I bit of a hoppy finish and bouquet, but overall I'd say that it tasted more like a dry stout than some of the oatmeal stouts I've sampled prior. I had this right before tasting RRBC's porter, which I found much more enjoyable and complex than the stout. Though advertised as a full to medium-bodied ale to be enjoyed with dessert, I thought it better suited to a session beer. Or, great with a hamburger.
09-17-2006 22:18:59 | More by 10bear
3.3/5 rDev -1.8%
The beer came off the tap a nice black color with a good coat of head over the top of the beer. This looks promising for a Utah stout. The nose has nice chocolate notes, but no real oat character that I can detect. It smells ok. The flavor is somewhat weak. I get more of the oat here but the chocolate tones dominate. The feel is also a bit thin as most other beers here are. The stout is not all that bad, but give me the porter over this one any day.
11-22-2004 00:37:51 | More by kmpitz2
3/5 rDev -10.7%
Yea! I love Utah alcohol laws! Had this before the Radiohead concert at the pseudo-brewpub Redrocks. This oatmeal stout was dark, but not oatmeal stout dark. Served way too cold too. Smell was minimal, but roasty and slightly metallic. Weird. Anyhow, once it warmed up a little it was fine enough to drink with dinner. Not bad, but boring.
08-30-2003 23:26:34 | More by alexgash
3.58/5 rDev +6.5%
This nitro-pushed brew has a bit of chocolate in the aroma and a good body. The yeast and hops create a rather fruity flavor in combination with a small roasted character. There is a good hop bite to the finish. An ok brew, but not up with the best.
08-23-2002 18:43:06 | More by beernut7
Red Rock Oatmeal Stout from Red Rock Brewing Company
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