Two Hearted IPA

Bursting with refreshing hop aromas, Two Hearted is our iconic American IPA suited for adventures everywhere.

Flavor Profile

Citrus, Grapefruit, Pine

Beer Info

Named after fishing waters in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Two Hearted is an American IPA brewed and dry hopped with 100% Centennial hops. Beloved by longtime and new craft beer drinkers, Two Hearted is an iconic ale that’s perfect for any occasion.

Alcohol By Volume: 7%
Shelf Life: 6 Months
Nutritional Information (per 12 oz. serving): Calories: 212, Carbs:16.7
IBUs: 60
Original Gravity: 1.065

Available Packages

6 pack


6 pack




12 variety pack

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Get Inspired

Recipe: Oven-baked Tandoori Two Hearted Chicken Wings

This simple and quick chicken wing recipe is also delicious with a glass of Two Hearted!

Serving size: 6


16 fresh chicken wings
3 cups plain yogurt
3 ounces of Bell’s Two Hearted IPA
½ cup tomato paste
TBS minced garlic
2 TBS Garam Masala
1 TBS of turmeric
1 tsp of paprika
1 tsp of cayenne
1 tsp of cinnamon
2 tsp of sea salt
1 TBS of minced fresh ginger
1 lemon – juiced
2 tsp of Sunflower oil for baking
One lemon and chopped cilantro for garnish.
Combine one cup of yogurt and some fresh chopped mint as a dipping sauce.


1. Make three or four slits in all of your wings. Place in heavy duty gallon Ziploc bags with the Two Hearted IPA, salt, and the juice of one lemon. Chill for 45 minutes.

2. Mix yogurt, tomato paste, garlic, garam, turmeric, paprika, cayenne, cinnamon and ginger in a large bowl. Pour wings and lemon juice into bowl and combine together until well coated. Place marinated wings and all marinade into Ziploc and seal. Refrigerate for no less than 8 hours, preferably overnight.

3. Preheat oven to 425°F. Remove wings from bag and allow to drain on a plate. Use a foiled baking sheet, grease with sunflower oil and place wings on sheet. Bake for 30-45 minutes, turning after 15 minutes and again at 30 minutes, until golden brown and cooked through.

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