Entries by Mike D’Orazio

Bell's Hell Hath No Fury Ale

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 […]

New Holland Hopivore

~6.0% ABV, Bottle Appearance: Clean golden coloring. Medium carbonation with nice malty head. Aroma: Not as hoppy as one might expect. Somewhat plain. Weak nose. Taste: Hoppy and bitter. Slight spice/bite. Lingering hops in aftertaste. Mouthfeel: Light mouthfeel. Crisp carbonation. Thinner/lighter body. New Holland Brewing’s Hopivore is brewed with Michigan-grown Cascade and Brewer’s Gold hops […]

Bell's This One Goes to 11 Ale

11% ABV, Bottle Appearance: Clear pour with reddish-brown color. Low carbonation with minimal head. Aroma: Very hoppy aroma but not overpowering. The mix of fruity and hoppy scents result in complex fragrance. Taste: Hoppy upfront with a slight bitter twinge. Sweetness of a red in the middle with a crisp but boozy finish. Mouthfeel: Clean […]

Bell’s This One Goes to 11 Ale

11% ABV, Bottle Appearance: Clear pour with reddish-brown color. Low carbonation with minimal head. Aroma: Very hoppy aroma but not overpowering. The mix of fruity and hoppy scents result in complex fragrance. Taste: Hoppy upfront with a slight bitter twinge. Sweetness of a red in the middle with a crisp but boozy finish. Mouthfeel: Clean […]

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