Thursday, October 2, 2008

100 Beers in 100 Days - A Set of Big Bells

Day 79 – Bell’s Pale Ale



Well Beer Heads, metaphorically speaking, we’ve finally come to America.

Today we are at the former Kalamazoo Brewery in Kalamazoo Michigan drinking Bell’s Pale Ale. The name of the Brewery was changed to Bell’s in 2005 since most people referred to it by the name of it’s founder, Larry Bell. Incidentally, if none of the variety of Bell’s beers excites you, then you could go across town to the Kalamazoo headquarters of Pfizer for some Viagra.Bell’s is an OK beer. It’s a little hoppy with some yeast-y and citrus-y tastes in the flavor. Iron Chef said it wasn't horrible, but...it would do in a pinch. I will rate it a 4 on the beer scale.

Cheers!

1 comment:

Jeffrey Ellis said...

Bells is one of my very favorite breweries. Their Kalamazoo Stout is one of the best in the world. Their Hopslam (when you can get it) will rip your head off, in a good way, it is sooooo hopped. Their Two-River is very good, too. You picked what is probably their weakest offering. Please try a different one!

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