Ep. 19: Bell's Brewery Cherry Stout

“In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is Freedom, in water there is bacteria.” Benjamin Franklin

Pucker up, as this week we take on Bell's Brewery's Cherry Stout, a stout that's normally quite tart, but we've aged this one to see how it's changed. Bell's Brewery is a brewery that started out as a Michigan home brewing supply shop and was the first Michigan brewery to open an onsite pub in 1989.

The Cherry Stout is lightly hopped and brewed with tart Montomorency cherries grown in Michigan.

In the education corner, we talk the origins of IPA and what exactly it is.

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