Next year, will see multiple new releases from Bell’s Brewing, Inc., the return of a fan favorite and a special version of a classic.
First, the Kalamazoo, Mich.-based brewery’s year-round calendar consisting of Two Hearted, Amber, Oarsman, Oatsmobile, Porter, Kalamazoo Stout and Lager of the Lakes will remain. In addition, Bell’s seasonal calendar will continued to feature Oberon, Best Brown and Winter White, although Larry’s Latest Sour Ale will replace Smitten Golden Rye Ale early in the year.
In addition, fan favorite The Oracle double IPA will return in July packaged in six-packs of 12-ounce bottles.
“With seven year-rounds, four seasonals and more than a dozen specialties, it’s going to be another amazing year of Bell’s beer,” said Laura Bell, ceo of Bell’s, in a press release. “We will continue to push the boundaries and celebrate what makes Bell’s unique and innovative.”
In addition, there will be at least four new beers next year, with the first two being Road to Hell and Sympathy for the Devil, which will be combined with the already released Hell Hath No Fury to form a new trilogy. Another new release will be Sparkleberry Ale, a Belgian-style tripel brewed with raspberries that will be packaged in four-packs of 16-ounce cans.
Finally, Bell’s will be releasing 30th Anniversary Cherry Stout Reserve, which will commemorate the debut of the brewery’s Cherry Stout in 1988. This special incarnations will be brewed with cherry juice sourced from Michigan’s Traverse City region and is scheduled to be released in May.