Oatmeal Stout

Rover Truck

Baby get the keys to the Rover Truck. man, let me get this Oatmeal Stout over, bruh. Ain’t no beer here up in Iowa like it. Bust your big head is what was told to us. Now play it how you say it - I bet ya won’t. I’ll have you drinkin’ its sweet molasses when I give you what you want. Lookin’ good, doin’ bad, and my nerves bad with it. Drink on up, you know you gonna hit it.

Cappuccino Oatmeal Stout

The fresh coffee aroma and rich roasted taste of their limited-release Cappuccino Oatmeal Stout is the perfect way to unwind and catch up with friends this winter.

Ohio City

Dark and roasty yet light and smooth as a fresh coat of snow, their Oatmeal Stout will kick your cabin fever and inspire you to toss another log on the fire.

Down 'n Dirty

When the railroad was completed between Madison and Milwaukee in 1882, mucky soils in the glacial swamp near Lake Mills made the tracks most unsteady. A bridge-tender stood guard, 24 hours-a-day, to warn oncoming trains to slow their pace. One engineer chose not to heed this warning and the locomotive lost control and tumbled off the bridge into the mud below. The train is said to be forever entombed deep in the muck along the present day Glacial Drumlin trail. Tyranena brews Down 'n Dirty Chocolate Oatmeal Stout thick and black like the glacial muck.

Oatmeal Stout

Rich in color with a strong roasted flavor and creamy texture, the 56 Oatmeal Stout is a true dark beer lover's beer. Generous amounts of fresh rolled oats, paired with aromatic hops and richly roasted barley lead to the unique coffee like flavor. 


Alaskan Stout was originally brewed as a Rough Draft for customers in Alaska, but the popularity of the Stout allowed it to become the Brewery's fourth year-round product in the fall of 1998. The unique blend of oats and malts in Alaskan Stout produce a balanced, smooth beer with hints of chocolate, coffee and caramel.