Bell’s Brewery’s 30th anniversary in business can only mean one thing: a new beer.
To commemorate the occasion, the Comstock, Mich.-based brewery will be releasing Bell’s 30th Anniversary Ale, an 11 percent ABV “American Imperial Stout” that is brewed with Polaris hops and will feature a special seal on the bottle designed specifically for the anniversary.
“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, in a press release. “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.”
Bell’s Brewery was founded in 1985 by Bell, who used a 15-gallon soup pot to brew some of his first beers.
According to the press release, Bell’s 30th Anniversary Ale will be packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles and will be released in September.