7.7% ABV, Bottle
Appearance: Dark black. Medium head but quickly dissipating.
Aroma: Belgian yeast. Slight smokiness mixed with fruit.
Taste: The taste of an abbey with a cherry finish. Hints of chocolate.
Mouthfeel: Thicker body. Semi-chewy.
Although Bell’s Hell Hath No Fury Ale technically qualifies as a Belgian Strong Ale, this dark ale falls somewhere in between its categorical classification and a stout. The Belgian yeast creates fruity and clove-like aromatic qualities. The brew’s taste and mouthfeel are roasted and malty. But somewhere along the line, the good qualities of this brew get lost in the shuffle. The genre-crossed ale is enjoyable but slightly off the mark in certain aspects that may be hard to pinpoint.