Our tap list for the 2015 Great Taste of the Midwest

Fritz Klug
08.03.2015

IMG_2224.jpgWe'll be at the Great Taste of the Midwest this weekend in Madison, with more than 150 other Midwest craft brewers.

Before the festival begins, we will be pouring these beers at Maduro on Friday, August 7:

- Special Double Cream Stout
- Venus
- Uranus
- Black Note
- Bourbon Barrel Aged Expedition Stout 
- Raspberry Wild One
- Mango Habanero Oberon
- Cherry Stout
- Mars
- Kalamazoo IPA
- Wedding Ale
- Sparkleberry
- Two Hearted
- Hopsoulution DIPA
- Oarsman
- Traverse City Whiskey Barrel Aged Porter
- Bell's Lager Beer

Here is what we will pouring at this year's Great Taste of the Midwest on Saturday, August 8 at 10 am:

- OG Twoey
- Mango Habanero Oberon
- Kalamazoo IPA
- Reading Ale
- Batch 1,000
- Batch 1,500
- Batch 2,000
- Batch 3,000
- Batch 4,000
- Batch 5,000
- Sweet Potato Saison
- Lavender Saison
- Sparkleberry
- Spruce Two Hearted
- Double Two Hearted
- Roundhouse IRA
- All Four Ale
- Crazy Brewer Beer
- Debs' Red
- The Wild One
- Le Contrebassiste
- Le Bretteur
- Mrs. Castries Vilnius
- Black Rye
- Mild Ale
- Mars DIPA
- Coffee Mustache


17 beers on tap for 2015 Michigan Summer Beer Festival in Ypsilanti

Josh Smith | Bell's Brewery
07.21.2015

IMG_0034.JPGSeventeen different Bell’s beers will be flowing at this year’s Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival.

No timed tappings this year. Except where noted below, all will be available in our main tent. The others will be in our specialty tent nearby.

Our tap list:

Oberon Ale

Two Hearted Ale

Oarsman Ale

Bell’s Lager Beer

Amber Ale

Expedition Stout

Debs' Red

Sparkleberry Ale

Boiling Pot Pale Ale

Quinannan Falls Special Lager Beer

Hopsoulution DIPA

Wedding Ale

Le Contrebassiste

 

Satellite tent

The Oracle DIPA

Wildberry Rye

The Wild One

Traverse City Whiskey Barrel-Aged Porter


Bell’s 30th Anniversary, an American Imperial Stout, to be released in September

07.14.2015

30thAnniversary_Final.pngIn 1985, Larry Bell set out on a quest for better beer with his 15-gallon soup pot.

Thirty years later, we will release our 30th Anniversary Ale.

An American Imperial Stout, Bell’s 30th Anniversary Ale is also a nod to another beer and one of the earliest examples of the style released here in the United States, Bell’s Expedition Stout.

“This beer is a testament to three-plus decades of hard-work. It honors all that has helped us get to this point – hard work, quality and authenticity,” said Larry Bell, Bell’s President and Founder.

“It reminds us of where we’ve been, how we’ve grown over the years, the challenges we’ve faced and at the same time, looks forward to what comes next,” he added.

Flavors of dark chocolate and fruit meld to create a full-bodied, roasty stout.

A fair amount of Polaris hops lend a brightness and a nice character that will help carry the beer in its early stages making it incredibly drinkable and interesting. Malt characteristics will continue to develop over time, so that beer drinkers who choose to cellar it can enjoy the beer for years to come.

This big, strong celebratory beer (11% ABV) will be released in September coinciding with our 30th anniversary celebration.  

It will be available in bottles (6-packs) and on draught. The label will feature a special seal designed and made specifically to commemorate and celebrate our anniversary.

Look for more information here and on our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, Google+) as it becomes available.


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