Beer Review 0509: Bell’s Wheat Love Wheatwine

Posted: November 6, 2013 in Uncategorized

A beer that sounds great and suggest everyone tries this one!

All The Same Beer

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Sometimes you must dust off a old recipe and make an old beer new again. That’s what Bell’s is doing this year with Wheat Love, a Wheatwine-style beer that was last produced in 2005 as part of the Bell’s Wheat Project.

Bell’s Brewery (Kalamazoo, Michigan) was founded by Larry Bell in 1983 — originally, Bell’s was a homebrew supply shop. But the itch to create beer was there (with all that homebrew equipment, who could blame them) and the actual brewery portion of the company fired up with the initial batches brewed in 15-gallon soup pots.

The first beer was sold in September 1985; originally self distributed by Mr. Bell and his (then) nine employees, the company grew to produce 500 barrels in 1989; and in 1993, the brewery became the first in Michigan to open an onsite pub.

Today, Bell’s has a capacity of more than 500,000 barrels, and…

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