This recipe by Dean Priebe placed Best of Show, Novembeerfest 2007 (133 entries).
This recipe by Ben VanderMeer placed Best of Show, Great Arizona Homebrew Competition 2010 (151 entries).
This recipe by John Zelazny placed Best of Show, 2010 New York State Open (282 entries).
This recipe, by Reed Vander Schaaf, won Best of Show, Santa Cruz County Fair 2008 out of 85 entries.
Gordon Strong is President of the Beer Judge Certification Program. This recipe won Best of Show, Ohio State Fair 1997, out of 90 entries.
Shade Mountain Stout, which is 100% organic, definitely meets the style
guidelines for a true oatmeal stout. The aroma exhibits roasted grain
characters followed by coffee and chocolate notes. A rich, light brown
head tops the nearly opaque liquid and holds all the way to the bottom
of the glass. The flavor exhibits a smooth roast grainy profile
combined with chocolate and a slight nuttiness. The high percentage of
oats contributes to a full bodied mouthfeel and silky smoothness. A
higher temperature and somewhat thick mash produces a slightly sweet
finish. The one hop addition serves to be just enough to balance the
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