Brew Review: Bell’s Two Hearted Ale

January 28, 2013 / by / 1 Comment

Bell’s Two Hearted Ale

Brewed in Comstock, MI this American IPA is a tasty treat to be enjoyed throughout the year. Served best cold in a glass, this India Pale Ale surely satisfies the palate of the sophisticated beer drinker. Immediately after pouring, the beers strong floral aroma radiates from the glass mixed with a flavorful fruity yeasty smell. Upon inspection, the beer has a gorgeous deep golden color and pours with a nice head. This beer satisfies “Hop Heads” urge for sweet hoppy flavor while refraining from overpowering the palate. We would highly recommend this beer to all beer drinkers and fans of IPA’s, furthermore we also suggest this beer for drinkers looking for a very drinkable beer with intense flavor. At 7% ABV, Bell’s Two Hearted Ale unquestionably ranks among some of the best India Pale Ale’s being brewed right now. It’s very difficult to give out a perfect ranking, but Bells Two Hearted Ale comes extremely close in our book. ranks the American IPA at 9.8/10.

ABV: 7%

IBU: 55


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Brew Review: Bell's Two Hearted Ale, 9.5 out of 10 based on 2 ratings

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