Review: Oatsmobile Session Pale Ale by Bells Brewing Co

@bellsbrewery Oatsmobile Session Pale Ale with oats - really "sessionable" and easy to drink. #Properglassware

Oatsmobile Session Pale Ale by Bell’s Brewing Co.

Brewery: Bell’s Brewing Co
Beer Style:  Pale Ale
ABV:  %

Beer God's Notes

Oatsmobile is a really nice and refreshing pale ale.  I honestly don’t know what a “session” pale ale is because I think most pales come in around 5% or so, but then again people are pushing the boundaries of each style, so who knows.

Bells is a staple of mine. They are one of those breweries that pretty much no matter what they make I will try it once.  And most of the time, I will buy more.  This is another beer I would add to that list.  Normally session beers leave you wanting more, which is part of their appeal.  But Oatsmobile has a nice mouthfeel to it with the added oats.



Aromatic. Approachable. Unique. Intriguing. Happy-go-lucky. Full-bodied. And we’re not just talking about the horse.

This hop-forward session Pale Ale uses a blend of classic and modern Pacific Northwest hops, including Mosaic, Equinox and Glacier, for a pungent blend of peach, mango and tropical aromas. The signature ingredient – oats – are what makes Oatsmobile Ale stand apart, and gives it a body that you don’t see in most other session Pale Ales.

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