Bell's 25th Anniversary Ale

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Bells_25.JPGBrewed with Michigan grown barley according to the label, this brew pours a nice deep malty red. Hang on I am going to diverge for a minute. This ale of course is red, like a barley wine red - which reminds me of the first Brooklyn Monster which was red, not ale red, not barley wine red, red, not quite crayola red, but close - odd huh, never have seen anything like it since. The first year Garret did it, and the last. After that it looked just like any other barley wine. Anyhow back to Bell's, the hops really hit you, a bit like a light barley wine that is really hopped. Very good and especially so considering the last 'special' brew from Bell's I had was Batch 9000, and it was crap. I really should quite writing about it since I have already diverged and am now using the word very - a meaningless term - so good night, and try it if you get the chance it's like a chilling mountain stream under the shade of a lodge-pole pine. (It has a bit of a floral arrangement going on in the bouquet).


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