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Road Slush Stout brewed by the New Glarus Brewing - New Glarus, WI


Road Slush Stout brewed by the New Glarus Brewing Company - New Glarus, Wisconsin   

This dark stout is a hearty and satisfying reward for those of us who embrace the frozen tundra. Uncut oatmeal fresh from Chilton, Wisconsin gives this stout a "sink into it" smoothness that slides you into its depth. Handcrafted English Chocolate malt and Wisconsin Victory malt combine to balance this robust ale. Expect this ale to pour a luxurious head over a rich black ruby body. The powerful malt bouquet will greet you as you tip this silky smoothness from your glass. Our Oatmeal Stout is handcrafted in the time honored traditions. Serve just above room temperature and relax - road construction season will soon return.
     

    
Beer Review by Beer Advocate
Appearance - An opaque black color with a thin tan head that becomes patchy. A little lacing is noticeable from place to place on the glass.

Aroma - Heavy on the roasted grains with accompanying dark chocolate. Almost seems like some coco puffs as well, so milk chocolate in there as well. 
 


Taste - The roasted grains are prominent again, but smooth and not overpowering. The roasted flavor is accompanied by coffee as the milk chocolate enters as well. The milk chocolate turns to more of a dark chocolate towards the end with a slight bitterness in the finish.

Mouthfeel- Full bodied and smooth on the tongue. Moderate carbonation to go along with it.

Overall - A really great beer. The roasted mat presence creates a really strong back bone for this beer to thrive. The silky mouthfeel adds to the taste and makes this beer disappear a lot quicker than you would like.

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New Glarus Brewing's Owners
Dan Carey - Master Brewer and Co-owner
Dan Carey has worked in the Brewing Industry since the age of 20. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Food Science with an emphasis in Malting and Brewing Science from the University of California at Davis in 1983. He served his apprenticeship at a small brewery near Munich, Germany and has operated and constructed numerous breweries throughout the United States. He was valedictorian of the 1987 Siebel Institute Course in Brewing Technology. He passed the Institute of Brewing and Distilling Diploma Examination in 1990 as well as their Master Brewer Examination in 1992. Before starting New Glarus Brewing Company with Deborah Carey, he was a Production Supervisor for Anheuser-Busch. Dan won the Association of Brewers 2003 "Small Brewer of the Year" Award, the 2005 and 2006 "Mid Size Brewer of the Year" Awards, as well as the 2006 "Russell Schehrer Award for Innovation in Craft Brewing."
 
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Deborah Carey - Founder and President of the New Glarus Brewing Company
One of life's entrepreneurial spirits, she raised the capital for the start-up as a gift to her husband, establishing her as the first woman to found and operate a brewery in the United States.

She is a native of Wisconsin. She attended Carroll College in Helena, Montana majoring in marketing and graphics. An entrepreneur at heart, she started her first business at the age of sixteen.

After studying Business with the S.B.A. and Clackamus College in Portland, Oregon Deb met the challenge of establishing the New Glarus Brewing Co. in 1993. As Founder and President of "One of the Top Ten Breweries in the World" she does everything—except brew the beer!
 
    

                                              
                                                
 

 

 





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