Four Winds Brewing – Oat Porter

Four Winds Oat Porter Review Pour


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  • Brewery: Four Winds Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Porter
  • Pros:

    Nice, toasted malt flavour

  • Cons:

    Light on the carbonation

  • Conclusion:

    A malty, dark beer with a lightness to the body

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Four Winds has added an Oat Porter to their 330ml bottle line of four packs. This beer pours from the bottle as a deep and dark brown colour letting through a tiny bit of light. Topped with a very thin finger of head which settles quickly this beer smells nutty with chocolate tones but remains fairly light (for such a dark beer) as per the Porter style. This beer is very lightly carbonated with big roasted malt flavour and a touch of chocolate and coffee. The malt tones definetly take charge and give a well roasted flavour and a very dry, lightly bittered finish. The Four Winds Brewing Oat Porter is a dark and malty beer with big flavour but a lighter body than you may expect.

Alcohol – 5.5%
IBU – 25
Size – 330ml bottles
Price – $10.80 – 4 Pack (Craft Beer Retailer) 



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