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Beer Man: Hell Hath No Fury tasty, but not quite as billed

11:01 PM, Dec. 6, 2012
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My experience with Bell's beers has always been pleasant, from its hoppy Two-Hearted Ale to its many stout manifestations, including its Expedition, Kalamazoo and Java stouts.

The brewery's website calls Hell Hath No Fury a cross between a Belgian dubbel and a stout. Most Belgian dubbels I've had are strong on caramel and chocolate malts, with subtle spices and strong fruit notes; however, my impression of HHNF is simply of a strong ale.

It starts out with a bready banana aroma that is common with dubbels. It pours much darker than is typical for the style - a deep dark brown that forms a nice tan ...

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