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Great Divide Oatmeal Yeti

Discussion in 'Beer Releases' started by rgilbert, Jun 26, 2013.

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  1. rgilbert

    rgilbert Jul 4, 2010 New Jersey
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    I haven't seen anyone post this up yet.

    I'm a big fan of the Yeti Series so I'm excited to see that Great Divide is releasing a new version called Oatmeal Yeti. Unfortunately they'll be replacing Belgian Style Yeti.

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    I'll be looking forward to this hitting the shelves in July.

    http://beerpulse.com/2013/06/great-...perial-stout-replaces-belgian-yeti-next-month
     
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  2. Jacurdy60

    Jacurdy60 Jan 23, 2013 Massachusetts

  3. UCLABrewN84

    UCLABrewN84 Mar 18, 2010 California

    Sounds promising.
     
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  4. Takeanotherswing

    Takeanotherswing Jan 14, 2011 New York
    Beer Trader

    I love the Yeti series... nice to see this addition

    and out of all of them to subtract, the Belgian was a good choice. Wasn't bad, but just had that weird collision of flavors that wasn't the best.
     
  5. dcloeren

    dcloeren Sep 15, 2010 Texas
    Beer Trader

    Looking forward to this!
     
  6. JEdmund

    JEdmund Oct 23, 2006 Kansas

    This sounds like a good variation on Yeti. Can't wait to try it.
     
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  7. hellhammermario

    hellhammermario Jun 18, 2012 North Carolina

  8. DmouthCaliBrewz

    DmouthCaliBrewz Mar 29, 2013 New Hampshire

    MMMMMMMMM Love me dat yeti, and this sounds delicious!!! This is gonna be a staple in my fridge for sure.
     
  9. Domingo

    Domingo Apr 23, 2005 Colorado
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    It's supposed to hit the first week of July and Rumble will follow suit.
    They tested it in the taproom as Raisin' Hell Yeti and people seem to like it. I haven't tried it yet, though.
    Sucks that Belgian Yeti is going away, but luckily River North's Avarice is relatively close.
     
  10. Sam_Frank

    Sam_Frank Nov 29, 2012 California

  11. cliftoncr

    cliftoncr Jun 24, 2013 North Carolina
    Beer Trader

    Please just blend Chocolate, Espresso, and this and call it Breakfast Yeti. Then, have BBA Breakfast Yeti.
     
  12. Sam_Frank

    Sam_Frank Nov 29, 2012 California

    i thought Espresso Yeti already was Breakfast Yeti
     
  13. Tone2467

    Tone2467 Jun 19, 2013 Florida

    Going to miss the Belgium but, I'm definately excited to try a new Yeti.
     
  14. DelMontiac

    DelMontiac Oct 22, 2010 Oklahoma

  15. ruberbox

    ruberbox Feb 7, 2008 California

    Four packs please. Long shot, I know.
     
  16. RobertColianni

    RobertColianni Nov 4, 2008 Pennsylvania

    Sounds good! Can't wait!
    As previously said, I too think that the Belgian Yeti was too much of a clash. I'm glad to see it pulled.
     
  17. Dope

    Dope Oct 5, 2010 Massachusetts

    I agree. Belgian Yeti was good but it was definitely the weakest of the bunch. An oatmeal raisin version sounds delicious. I will definitely be looking for this one.

    First review looks pretty damn promising: http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/158/95746

    Dope
     
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  18. cliftoncr

    cliftoncr Jun 24, 2013 North Carolina
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    Drinking this right now and I like it. It is really fresh, and still pretty roasty, but you can especially get the oats on the nose. A small bit of raisin on the nose and with age it should come through on the tongue more than it does now. The mouthfeel is exceptional.
     
  19. BeerIndustry22111

    BeerIndustry22111 Apr 16, 2013 Minnesota

    Love the Espresso Oak Aged Yetti; haven't tried this one.
     
  20. Buff0910

    Buff0910 Jan 20, 2013 Alabama

    I'm ready for this and hopefully see it down here soon.
     
  21. DmouthCaliBrewz

    DmouthCaliBrewz Mar 29, 2013 New Hampshire

    MMMMM Yeti is so fucking dependably good. Can't wait to get my hands on this bad boy.
     
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  22. mariacha

    mariacha Jun 4, 2013 Colorado

    I just had it at the brewery today, and I really enjoyed it. Probably my favorite of the Yetis (I've had the Belgian, Espresso, Chocolate, Oak, and regular).
     
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  23. sixerofelixir

    sixerofelixir Oct 27, 2009 Ohio

    Can't wait to try this one - looks delicious!
     
  24. ivorycannon

    ivorycannon Feb 21, 2013 Indiana

    Almost bought this today! Instead, went with the variety pack from Dark Horse and another Ruin Ten. I have no doubt I will buy this beer; Great Divide makes good beer.
     
  25. Ispeakforthetrees

    Ispeakforthetrees Apr 2, 2012 Colorado

  26. gtermi

    gtermi Apr 21, 2010 Texas

    It sounds glorious!
     
  27. skunkpuddle

    skunkpuddle Feb 14, 2011 California
    Beer Trader

    I rarely get excited for beers but just that label gets me excited. The Belgian was by far the worst while still good. The oatmeal yeti will be purchased without hesitation.
     
  28. skunkpuddle

    skunkpuddle Feb 14, 2011 California
    Beer Trader

    As a 40 year old male from Oklahoma did you really just make a comment like gimme? I just threw up a little bit. Coming from a chick it would not even be acceptable.
     
  29. riemster

    riemster Mar 17, 2011 Ohio
    Beer Trader

    Gimme gimme more, gimme more, gimme gimme more

    It's Riemstney, Bro!

    I can't wait till this comes out around here.
     
  30. TommyLiam

    TommyLiam Jun 10, 2013 Arizona

    Yeti so drastically benefits from some time with oak that I'm left feeling like the non-oak aged versions are deficient.
     
  31. yamar68

    yamar68 Apr 1, 2011 Minnesota

    You lost me at "raisins."
     
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  32. Blueribbon666

    Blueribbon666 Jul 4, 2008 Ohio

    Awesome, love me some oatmeal stout. I'm sure the belgian won't be lost to time, but I'd take this over that in a second, I like 'em dark.
     
  33. cmmcdonn

    cmmcdonn Jun 21, 2009 Virginia

    Pumped for this. I also think that Belgian Yetti was misleading. I always passed it because Belgian-style anything typically = banana yeast character. It didn't, and turned out to be my favorite of the series.
     
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  34. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Jan 20, 2012 Colorado
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    Gimme gimme gimme, I want some more! Gimme gimme gimme, don't ask what for!

    So how come all these out of state guys have their hands on bottles and here I am waiting with baited breath?
     
  35. DenverBeerDrinker

    DenverBeerDrinker Apr 5, 2012 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    This
     
  36. Domingo

    Domingo Apr 23, 2005 Colorado
    Subscriber Beer Trader

    Not sure why this beer and Rumble aren't on normal shelves yet, BUT you can get both of them at GD, and they have bottles, too.

    While I was a bit upset to lose Belgian Yeti, I honestly think this one is very, very similar. For that matter, it might even be using that same yeast in it. It's a little sweeter and the texture isn't as heavy, but I think fans of Belgian Yeti will likely be happy with Oatmeal Yeti, too.
     
  37. DelMontiac

    DelMontiac Oct 22, 2010 Oklahoma

    No. I didn't make a comment like gimme. I made the comment gimme. As a 44 year old male, I say whatever I want to whenever I want to say it. I haven't thrown up since I was a little kid, but even if I did I wouldn't admit to it.
     
  38. MinorThreat

    MinorThreat Apr 7, 2008 Nebraska
    Beer Trader

    HR approves this statement.
     
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  39. BradenMK

    BradenMK Sep 24, 2012 Ohio

    I can't wait to put this in my gullet.
     
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  40. CSpoons

    CSpoons Nov 13, 2012 Maryland
    Beer Trader

    I haven't been so excited in a long while.
     
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