Beer list for 2014 Detroit Fall Beer Festival at Eastern Market, pre-festival events

Josh Smith | Bell's Brewery
10.21.2014

DetroitFallBeerFestivalPoster.jpgHere's where we will be celebrating this week in Detroit leading up to the annual Detroit Fall Beer Festival on Oct. 24-25.

Tuesday, Oct. 21: Old and New Bell's favorites at Mercury Burger Bar with 8 Bell's beers to choose from

Wednesday, Oct. 22: Tap Takeover, Firkin tapping, and Venus release at Green Dot Stables

Thursday, Oct. 23: Seinfeld Beer Dinner at Foran's Grand Trunk Pub - Buy tickets

For the festival, we're bringing 19 different beers, a mix of year round and specialties, to Eastern Market.

Quantities will be limited. Some will be tapped on Friday, others Saturday.

Here's our tap list for this year:

Best Brown Ale

Winter White Ale

Two Hearted Ale

Amber Ale

Kalamazoo Stout

Special Double Cream Stout

Third Coast Old Ale

Java Stout

Expedition Stout

Quinannan Falls Special Lager Beer

Hopsoulution - Double IPA

The Oracle - Double IPA

Harvest Ale - Brewed with 100% Michigan grown malt and hops

Quince Love - Wheat Love aged in Traverse City Whiskey barrels, with quince fruit

Honey Hearted - Two Hearted Ale re-fermented with honey and champagne yeast, barrel-aged with orange and lemon zest

Cinnamon Sunrise Stout - Double Cream Stout aged in Traverse City Whiskey barrels with cinnamon and vanilla beans

Quince Third Coast Old Ale - Third Coast Old Ale aged in Traverse City Whisky barrels with quince

Kal-Haven Ale - Fermented with Brett yeast

Imperial Red Ale


Visiting for a brewery tour soon? Take a look at this first

Josh Smith | Bell's Brewery
10.20.2014

Lauter_Web.jpgBecause of construction, brewery tours of our original brewery in downtown Kalamazoo next to the Eccentric Cafe, will not be offered on the weekends for the time being.

Brewery tour options in Comstock (photo at right) have expanded though.

We now offer two tours on Sundays at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.

A third Saturday tour option has also been added as well at 2 p.m.

We hope to go back to our regularly scheduled tours in Kalamazoo as soon as we can.

Keep an eye here on our website as well as on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ for updates.

Our apologies for any inconvenience, we hope to see you soon!

Brewery tour hours (Comstock only)

Mondays: Closed

Tuesdays through Fridays: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. (museum hours)

Saturdays: Noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. (guided tours)

Sundays: 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. (guided tours)


Bell’s Brewery and Proper team up to fight cancer with beards, mustaches and beer

Josh Smith | Bell's Brewery
10.16.2014

Shave_the_date_facebook_timeline_image.jpgBell’s Brewery, Inc. in partnership with The Proper Possible Movement (Proper) and other Kalamazoo area businesses are teaming up to raise awareness and money to help fight cancer.

Two events will be held coinciding with No-Shave November, a non-profit organization devoted to preventing the disease, saving lives and aiding those fighting the battle.

All money raised during these events will go to the West Michigan Cancer Center.

The kick-off, “Shave the Date” party, will be held at Urban Modern Hair, 234 S. Kalamazoo Mall, in downtown Kalamazoo on Nov. 1 at 6 p.m.

The party will offer participants an old fashioned clean shave while enjoying cans of Winter White and Two Hearted Ale. Victor Vague Photography will shoot “before” tin type portraits and a DJ will also perform. A complimentary shuttle service will transport guests from Urban to Bell’s Eccentric Café, courtesy of Maple Hill Auto Group.

A concluding “Beers with Beards” celebration will be held at the Café, 355 E. Kalamazoo Ave., in downtown Kalamazoo, on Nov. 26 at 8 p.m.

That event will feature a beard and mustache competition, a DJ, dancing, “after” photos from Victor Vague Photography and of course, plenty of Bell’s beer.

There will be a $5 suggested donation for admission at both events along with a $20 suggested donation for the shave.

Proper apparel pop-up shops and representatives from the West Michigan Cancer Center will also be at both events.


« View Previous Articles

Please enter your birth date:
Year
(e.g. 1977)
Month
(e.g. 3 for March)
Day
(e.g. 21)

Note: By Law You Must be 21 Years of Age or Older to View Our Website.
We Ask Your Birthday Only for Age Verification.
We Do Not Store or Share this Information for Any Reason.
Please Refer to Our Privacy Policy for More Information.