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McGovern's Oatmeal Stout is a very dark, full-bodied stout with a smooth, moderate bitterness and roasted malt character. Integral parts of this stout include its subtle chocolate and xcaramel flavors. Hops also provide a subtle aroma and flavor without overpowering McGovern's overall balance. The milky, caramel colored head has small, tight, foamy bubbles that slowly cascade into the dark. aromatic liquid thanks to its oatmeal heritage.
    Oatmeal also gives McGovern's a richer, full bodied quality with-out the bitter, burnt after-tasty often associated with stouts and other dark beers. This makes for a smoother drinking experience, especially for those who plan to enjoy more than one. Bartender Important - When pouring McGovern's Oatmeal Stout on draft, use any tap faucet with regular bar gas for best results. A traditional restrictor faucet cannot be used.
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Lobster Ale is a copper "Red" ale with a medium hop flavor and aroma. It offers all the qualities of "Red Ale" with subtle levels of fruity-ester flavor and hint of caramel. A slight yeast haze xand chill gives Lobster Ale a clear. foamy. rich head. Belfast Bay Brewing Co, is near tile Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia known for it Red Ale breweries.
    When Pat Mullen's wife sug-gested that a brewery from Maine should make a beer called Lobster Ale. a user-friendly red ale seemed to be the perfect brew, We scaled back on the heavily hopped formulas our neighbors produce. We then added slight amounts of black and dark crystal grains to produce a smooth. medium hopped brew. The result is a very flavorful and drinkable red ale with an extremely smooth finish.
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A Rave Review from Gary Monterosso

Gary Monterosso, who reviews beer on Sirius Radio, recently rated our Lobster Ale and McGovern's Oatmeal Stout as the two best beers at a major beer show in Atlantic City. He called Lobster Ale the best "Session" beer he had had in years. He explained that "a session beer has a very unique, yet not overpowering flavor that goes well with all types of food and at any occasion". Lobster Ale has a distinctive flavor that it is hard to describe. So, when I'm asked what other beer Lobster Ale might taste like in comparison, I just hand them a cold bottle and ask them to "Judge for themselves." - Pat Mullen, (owner)


 
         
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