Bell’s batch series went out with a bang when Batch 10,000 was released in 2010. But how is it holding up to seven years in the cellar?
Our Ratebeer Best 2016 Roundup, dialed down to all the many Great Lakes and Midwestern winners from around our neck of the woods, commences now:
We continue our look into one of our longest running cellaring experiments to date: Bell’s Batch 9,000.
Here are the releases, style and ingredient resurgences and 2017 beer trends were most eager to set gain traction this year — or disappear altogether.
We put the wraps on a five year cellaring experiment with Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout.
We’ve been on a rampage of marzens, pumpkin ales, brown ales and the like. Here’s what were digging, and what we’ve found to be…just okay.
We chronicle the cellared life of Bell’s Batch 9,000 — the second-to-last in the batch series. There’s a lot of notes here so let’s get into it.
We acquired a handful of bottles of Eccentric Ale 2009 and are periodically pulling it from the cellar to check in on this unique beer from Bell’s.
Cellaring Bell’s Special Double Cream Stout? Now we’ve gone too far. Or have we?
We follow the cellared life of Bell’s Batch 10,000.