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Now shipping: Midwestern Pale Ale mini-kegs
Our next mini-keg will feature Midwestern Pale Ale.
The 5 liter cans have started shipping but will be limited.
They will also be available at the Bell’s General Store in downtown Kalamazoo beginning Feb. 7.
Brewed with a combination of 2-row malt and barley grown on the Bell’s Farm in Shepherd, Michigan, this is the first time Midwestern Pale Ale will be available in this additional packaging option.
The artwork features an artistic representation of the Bell’s Farm by Kalamazoo-based artist Conrad Kaufman.
The can features the same painting as the label but will be shown in its entirety on the mini-keg.
"This is a perfect way to share Midwestern Pale Ale,” said Laura Bell, Bell’s Vice President.
“We are proud that this beer is made with an ingredient grown on our farm right here in Michigan and that will be front and center to everyone when these arrive in stores,” she said.
For help locating Midwestern Pale Ale mini-kegs, please use our Beer Finder to contact nearby retailers for more information.
Oberon mini-kegs will also be released in May.
Bell’s beer will launch in New York City and on Long Island beginning Feb. 10
COMSTOCK, Mich. – Bell’s beer will launch in New York City and on Long Island beginning Feb. 10 with Union Beer Distributors.
More than 80 locations will have Bell’s beer on tap and Bell’s representatives will be available to answer questions and talk about the brewery at many events in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and on Long Island. Details are available here.
Larry Bell, Bell’s President and Founder, will also be part of a group that travels to the city to help get to know this new distribution area, answer questions and talk about Bell’s history and future plans.
Many events will feature core brands like Two Hearted, Kalamazoo Stout, Midwestern Pale Ale, Amber Ale and more. Bell’s spring seasonal, Smitten Golden Rye Ale, and specialty beers like Expedition Stout, Special Double Cream Stout, Black Note and Quinannan Falls Special Lager will be tapped to help celebrate Bell’s arrival to New York City.
“When we brought our beer to New York last fall, we knew there was a big part of the state that we didn’t get to know. We’re really excited to complete that launch and bring our beer to the Big Apple,” said Bell’s Vice President Laura Bell.
For the most up to date information about availability of Bell’s beer in their area, craft beer fans should contact their preferred local retailers, bars and restaurants or check the Bell’s Beer Finder.
Bell's will be the craft beer sponsor of the Kalamazoo Growlers through 2018
We are proud to announce that we will be the craft beer sponsor of the Kalamazoo Growlers through 2018.
Bell’s will also be the official sponsor of Craft Beer Tuesdays where Bell’s beers will be discounted during Tuesday home games and the Bell’s Bear Cave indoor/outdoor suite.
The inaugural season of the Kalamazoo Growlers, part of the Northwoods League, kicks-off on Tuesday, May 27.
The first home games will be on Friday, May 30 and Saturday, May 31 as the Growlers take on the Battle Creek Bombers at the team’s new home, Homer Stryker Field at Mayors’ Riverfront Park in Kalamazoo.
The final home game will be on August 10.
“Bell's and baseball are a natural fit. It's something we're very passionate about,” said Laura Bell, Bell’s Vice President.
“It’s very exciting to see baseball coming back to Kalamazoo and we are absolutely thrilled to be a part of it,” she said.
For every Growlers home run, park staff will celebrate by “Ringing the Bell” and discounting Bell’s beer s for the duration of that inning.
For more on the Kalamazoo Growlers, including a full 2014 schedule, go here.