Old Yale Brewing – Yeti White Stout

Old Yale Brewing Yeti White Stout Review


3.6 out of 5
3.8 out of 5
3.5 out of 5
3.5 out of 5


3.6 out of 5


  • Brewery: Old Yale Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Stout, White Stout
  • Pros:

    A big and intense White Stout with strong notes of coffee and peat

  • Cons:

    The peat and coffee take over the beer

  • Conclusion:

    An intense brew with peat and coffee up front and mild vanilla-chocolate notes on the finish.

Old Yale Brewing Yeti White Stout ReviewOld Yale Brewing – Tall Tale Series Yeti White Stout Review

The Old Yale Brewing Company is well known for their Sasquatch Stout but they have inverted their direction and called upon the Sasquatches distant cousin to brew the Yeti White Stout. This relatively new style of beer is picking up steam as a big bodied, light coloured beer style. As Old Yale puts it, “light colour, dark intentions”. Pouring this beer from the bomber bottle it is a colour of light golden-amber and has a thin finger of head. The aroma is strong with coffee tones in an intense and rich way. On the nose, coffee is up front along with a big peat tone. Tasting the beer the coffee again takes the main stage along with the peaty tones. The initial hit of coffee flavour is big and intense and the peat adds a kick that is reminiscent of sipping a finger of smokey scotch. This does mellow though and on the finish a light vanilla and chocolate tone comes through in a fairly balanced way. All of this is happening with a low carbonation level and a light booziness on the tongue. The beer is very polarizing between the beginning and finish but if you like coffee flavour and a peaty drink then you will not be disappointed.

Alcohol – 8.0%
Size – 650ml bottles


Old Yale Brewing Yeti White Stout ReviewOld Yale Brewing Yeti White Stout Review

About Author

Dustan Sept

Dustan Sept is the founder of Beer Me BC. His passion for craft beer drove the creation of beermebc.com in 2012. To learn more about the beermebc.com editorial team visit beermebc.com/the-beer-me-bc-team/.


  1. Anonymous
    Anonymous 17 April, 2016, 13:23

    Looking forward to trying it. I do like a good coffee forward beer, and peat is fine as well. Thanks for the review!

    Reply this comment

Write a Comment