Take a shortcut

Bottleshop

Mixed Cases

Help

Your Account

 500ml
6.2%
£ 1.99
Boyne Oatmeal Stout by Boyne Brewhouse
Boyne Oatmeal Stout by Boyne Brewhouse
Description

From the heart of Ireland's Boyne Valley comes plenty of mystery and legend, like the goddess of River Boyne as the namesake and inspiration behind the Brewhouse. Their Oatmeal stout is brewed with Irish oats, to create a decent body and creamy feel. Black malts give the beer its roasted character and jet black appearance, the taste mocha-like with a hint of dried fruits for plenty of flavour. - Learn more about Boyne Brewhouse

Details
  • Beer Style: Stout
  • ABV: 6.2%
  • Unit Size: 500ml
  • Country: Ireland
Looking for something else? Boyne Brewhouse
330ml
5.1%
£ 2.50
Oatmeal Stout by Fourpure
4 Stars
4 Stars
330ml
4.7%
£ 2.40
Millionaire by Wild Beer Co
4 Stars
4 Stars
330ml
4.2%
£ 2.50
POD by First Chop Brewing Arm
3 Stars
3 Stars
330ml
5.4%
£ 2.50
Spey Stout by Spey Valley Brewery
3 Stars
3 Stars
330ml
5.0%
£ 2.50
Wrasslers 4X by Porterhouse Brewing Co.
4 Stars
4 Stars
330ml
5.5%
£ 1.99
Dazed & Confused by BAD Co.
4 Stars
4 Stars
330ml
6.0%
£ 2.50
Dark Arts by Magic Rock Brewing
4 Stars
4 Stars
330ml
7.5%
£ 2.65
Porterhouse Celebration Stout by Porterhouse Brewing Co.
4 Stars
4 Stars
330ml
5.1%
£ 2.50
Oatmeal Stout by Fourpure
4 Stars
4 Stars
330ml
4.7%
£ 2.40
Millionaire by Wild Beer Co
4 Stars
4 Stars
330ml
4.2%
£ 2.50
POD by First Chop Brewing Arm
3 Stars
3 Stars
330ml
5.4%
£ 2.50
Spey Stout by Spey Valley Brewery
3 Stars
3 Stars

About the makers

Boyne Brewhouse Irish beer from the heart of the Boyne Valley

In the heart of the Boyne valley in Ireland’s Leinster lies Boyne Brewhouse, in amongst a host of local legend. The River Boyne is embedded in the stories of Irish culture, having major historical, archaeological and mythical significance. There’s plenty of inspiration to draw on in the process of beer making, with the brewing heritage of the Drogheda region. Boyne Brewhouse has resurrected this after the last of the old breweries closed in 1960 in a Guinness takeover which ended 140 years of tradition. View the Boyne Brewhouse page

More from the makers:

Our community

You must be logged in to post a review



Don't have an account?
Start shopping to join the conversation!