Big Spruce – Cereal Killer Oatmeal Stout (473ml)

  • Beer Type

    Ale Learn More

  • Beer Category

    Dark Beer

  • Beer Style

    Oatmeal Stout

  • Country


  • Region

    Nova Scotia

  • Sub-Region


  • Size


  • Tasting Notes

    CreamyDark ChocolateSmooth

Located in Nyanza, just west of Baddeck on Cape Breton Island, Big Spruce Brewing is a certified organic, on farm facility. The unfiltered, unpasteurized organic beers are sold in refillable 1.89 litre growler bottles at the brewery, in 473ml cans and on tap at select locations around Nova Scotia.

Cape Breton’s first Craft Microbrewery. Atlantic Certified Organic Facility. First and only on-farm Craft Microbrewery in the Maritimes. Only the second on-farm certified organic brewery in all of Canada!

Tasting Notes

Pouring deep dark brown, with rich aromas of  dark chocolate, licorice, and coffee flavours that follow into a palate that’s full bodied with bold flavours, and a moderately dry finish.  This stout will convert even the most fearful of dark beer drinkers, and would be most happy being sipped by a campfire or along side a beef stew!

5.2% abv


Oatmeal Stouts are an old English style of stout brewed with the addition of flaked oats in the grain bill. Oats contribute a very creamy and smooth texture to the finished beer, as well as aid in head retention. A style made by a select few brewers in the U.K. only to find acclaim by modern craft brewers. Because of this style, craft brewers have taken to adding oats in all manners of styles, including IPA’s.

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  1. 5

    Very tasty stout. Thank you

  2. 5

    Delivered exactly as described. A fine stout !

  3. 5

    Just an awsome beer

  4. 5

    Pretty darn good – a lighter stout, with a lovely finish. Definitely agree on the tasting notes, and it would indeed do well around a campfire. Will have again in the future.

  5. 5

    Perfect stout. Dark chocolate, licorice, coffee-who could ask for anything tastier?

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