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Eccentric Day 2013 tap list has more than 50 beers
The 13th Annual Eccentric Day is this week - Dec. 13, 2013.
The tap list tops off at 55 different beers this year. Please keep in mind though, that all of these beers will not be on tap at the same time. So, please keep an eye on the Draft Board (which can also be viewed online via our Draft Cam) to see what's currently available.
There is no cover and the eccentric food is free.
Bottles of Eccentric Ale from 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009 and of course, 2012 will be on sale at the General Store as well. Single bottles are $5 each or $25 for a six-pack and $80 for a case.
We do also reserve the right to limit entry to those dressed for the occasion, so please dress eccentrically. Everyone must also be 21 or older with a valid ID.
See you at 9 a.m. Friday - Cheers.
The beer list:
- Amber Ale
- Bear Hug
- Bell’s Lager
- Bourbon Barrel Aged Dagger Stout
- Breakfast Blend Double Cream Stout
- Bull in a China Shop
- Cherry Stout
- Chocolate Cherry Double Cream Stout
- Christmas Ale
- Coffee Consecrator Doppelbock
- Dagger Stout
- Debs’ Red
- Eccentric Ale (2008)
- Eccentric Ale (2011)
- Eccentric Ale (2012)
- EXP Hop 2013-2
- Expedition Stout
- Harry Magill’s Spiced Stout
- Harvest Ale
- Kalamazoo IPA
- Kalamazoo Stout
- Larry’s Latest Black Lager Trial-1
- Larry’s Latest Double IPA
- Le Batteur
- Le Brettuer
- Le Pianiste
- Midwestern Pale Ale
- Milk Stout
- Mr. Castries Vilnius
- Oatmeal Stout
- Raspberry Ale
- Raspberry Wild One
- Red Nose ESB
- Roundhouse IRA
- Rye Stout
- Smoked Stout
- Special Double Cream Stout
- Sweet Potato Stout
- The Oracle DIPA
- The Wild One
- Third Coast Beer
- Third Coast Old Ale
- Toasted Coconut Espresso Java Stout
- Toasted Espresso Third Coast Old Ale
- Trumpeter’s Stout
- Two Hearted
- Wedding Ale
- Winter White
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Still a few months before Oberon and mini-kegs return. But until then, here's a look at next year's design to help tide you over. And in case you were wondering, those lights will be available to purchase.
Bell's Blue Ice Weekend will feature charity auction, Winter White and more
Bell’s Brewery, Inc. and the Kalamazoo Wings invite the southwest Michigan community to the first ever Bell’s Brewery Blue Ice Weekend featuring Winter White Ale on Dec. 20th and 21st at Wings Stadium in Kalamazoo.
The Kalamazoo Wings will take on the Toledo Walleye both nights on ice dyed blue in celebration of Bell’s seasonal beer, Winter White Ale.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the first puck will drop at 7 p.m.
"We are very pleased to partner with an outstanding local company like Bell's," said Wings Stadium General Manager Jim Burlew.
"The K-Wings have a rich history with colored ice games and Bell's is furthering that legacy with our first ever Blue Ice event," he said.
Limited edition Winter White hockey jerseys will be auctioned off to fans at the conclusion of the Blue Ice Weekend with proceeds going to local charities of the winning bidder’s choice.
Bell’s reinBEER games will entertain the crowd during intermission and special Winter White pouring stations will be located around the stadium with Bell’s representatives available to chat with fans and handout free swag both Friday and Saturday night.
Former Detroit Red Wing Darren McCarty will also attend Friday night’s game and sign autographs from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. (one autograph per person please).
“It’s going to be a fun, exciting family weekend –plenty for everyone. Winter White and the K-Wings are a perfect pairing” said Laura Bell, Bell’s Vice President.
Tickets are $13 and $17.50 for adults and only $7 for kids ages 12 and under. They are available now at the Wings Stadium Ticket Office or through the K-Wings Sales office by calling 269-743-6011.
The K-Wings are also offering a special ticket package in honor of McCarty’s visit.
The McCarty Pack ($75) will give fans two tickets to the December 20th game, an autographed copy of McCarty’s new book “My Last Fight” (available beginning December 1st) and one parking pass.