Slider Weekly Spotlight — 23 October 2018

The brewers at Bell’s Brewery have been working their magic at Michigan headquarters to bring you two special Winter craft beers that are rolling out this week!

At Bell’s, Winters in Michigan are meant for lacing up your snow boots, getting outside, and fully embracing it’s beauty. The majestic nature of their home state is the inspiration behind Winter White Ale, a crisp and refreshing Belgian Wheat Ale brewed for embracing Winter.

Arabicadabra is the delicious result of transforming locally-sourced Arabica coffee beans into a smooth and creamy coffee stout. As Bell’s says, enjoy before it disappears!

Now available for a limited time on shelves and taps near you!

 

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bell's winter white bottle

WINTER WHITE ALE

An alternative to dark and heavy winter warmers and stouts, Winter White is a stylish and refreshing Wheat Ale.

Fermented with a Belgian ale yeast, this blend of barley and wheat malts yields a mixture of clove and fruity aromas, all without the use of any spices. Deliberately brewed to retain a cloudy appearance, Winter White is a beer for embracing winter. ABV: 5.0%

“That feeling, that excitement, that uniqueness of Winter is what we tried to capture with Winter White.” Laura Bell

 

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ARABICADABRAbell's arabicadabra bottles

A little brewers’ magic transforms locally roasted Arabica beans and a variety of specialty malts into a creamy, intense coffee stout. Enjoy before it disappears.

Arabicadabra is brewed with a cold coffee extract made at the brewery using a combination of fair trade, organic Nicaraguan coffee beans and Sumatra coffee beans. Lactose is also used for creaminess (those with dairy allergies or sensitivities should take note). It was inspired by Milchkaffe, another specialty Bell’s beer. ABV: 5.5%

“You add the power of fermentation, which is always magical, and you end up with a magic coffee milk stout.” – Andy Farrell, Brewing Innovations Manager

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