Episode 136 – Bell’s Winter White

Sent to us by the awesome Chris Quinn, Bell’s Winter White is Bell’s answer to the normally heavy beers that define the winter season. However, there doesn’t seem to be anything that separates this from a normal, summer-time wheat beer, and the taste, while clean, is minimal. For a winter beer, we feel this fails the test, but maybe you should try it and let us know what you think.

  • castello

    put a slice of orange in it,

  • http://twitter.com/jaytennier Jason Tennier

    You guys really need a disclaimer for the salty language at the end of the episode. What if there are kids watching this? You have a responsibility to the little 7 year-olds out there who just want to learn about beer and not be sworn at on the internet.

  • http://twoguysonbeer.com Two Guys On Beer

    Never! :)

  • http://twoguysonbeer.com Two Guys On Beer

    There's no accounting for Johnny. Seriously. He's just a loose cannon. Can't be trusted around kids, that's for sure!

  • http://www.facebook.com/quinnsi Christopher Quinn

    Hating on the Winter White, huh? Just kidding.

    It's a solid 87/88 point effort if you ask me. Not in the same league as Allagash, but good nonetheless. Plus, it's always nice to have a few solid low gravity beers in the fridge. I also find it to have a great nose. Perhaps it wasn't the freshest or a tad cold.

  • John

    Are you kidding !!

  • John

    I like bell's beers to, but I agree the winter ale lives me looking for another ale. Try caben fever from founders brewing it will worm your inters on a cool winter evening

  • castello

    I hope he's kidding!!!???

  • http://twoguysonbeer.com Two Guys On Beer

    Tennier? Yeah, he's kidding :)

  • http://twoguysonbeer.com Two Guys On Beer

    We'll keep an eye out!

  • http://twoguysonbeer.com Two Guys On Beer

    Yeah man seriously what did you send us?? ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Adam-Gleason/8804149 Adam Gleason

    Try Long Trail's new Brewmasters series, Winter White Ale. Comes in at 7.2%