• STYLE: Oatmeal Brown Ale
  • ABV: 5.5%
  • IBU: 35
  • COUNTRY: Canada
  • REGION: Toronto, ON
  • BREWERY: Left Field Brewery

From Left Field Brewery,

Inspired by the seldom thrown Eephus – a risky and unexpected high-arcing pitch that catches the batter off-guard.

Appearance | Dark deep brown with beige lacing.

Smell | Oats, sweet malts, and caramel.

Taste | Very heavy on oats, malts, and oats hops.

Aftertaste | Caramel and hops with a bitter finish.

Overall | For the high abv of 6.2%,  it doesn’t have that boozey taste. (Editor’s note, it’s not 6.2% but 5.5%) It’s very smooth, which makes it a great session beer. One could easily drink this for nine innings straight!

Only available on tap.  Find out where they’re serving this on Left Field Brewery’s website.


5 Pints/5 Pints

Reviewed by Brew Patron, Jeff Wilson


2 thoughts on “REVIEW: Eephus Oatmeal Brown Ale by Left Field Brewery (JW)

  1. Would love to try this at some point along with all their other brews. A quick question based on your review, you state the abv as 5.5% in the upper description but in the overall you say it’s 6.2%. Which one is correct?


    1. Hey there, there was some confusion when this occurred at the Home Opener. Turns out that it’s actually 5.5%, not 6.2%. Jeff wrote the review under the impression that it was 6.2%. I hope this clears this up. I’ll edit the review. Thanks for pointing it out!


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