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Bell's Tap Takeover and H*****m Cask at ChurchKey

Who can say how our servers will hold up today, so you'll excuse us if we'll only talk about the H*****m cask today. For those of you astute enough to realize what we're talking about, you know that casks of this extremely h***y beer from Michigan roll around only once a year, and for the fourth consecutive year, ChurchKey has the area's only one. Stop by on Monday, February 18 starting at 4pm to get some tasties, including a bunch of rarities from Bell's.

From a press release:

It is that time of year again...
 
By mid-February, the area's [H*****m] bottle and keg stock is all but gone, and we at ChurchKey are happy to announce that we will once again, for the fourth consecutive year, tap the one and only CASK of Bell's [H*****m] in the DMV area!
 
We are getting started right away at 4 pm when we open...and [H*****m] on cask is not the only star of the show...
 
Bell's has also generously sent us a number of rare drafts for this very special event! We will have kegs of Bourbon Barrel-Aged Batch 9000 (clocking in at 14.8%), The Oracle DIPA (a bold take on a West Coast Imperial IPA), Harry Magill's Spiced Stout (7.9% Stout w/ Ginger & Nutmeg), Expedition Stout (harder and harder to find on draft!), and Le Batteur (Bell's interpretation of classic French Biere de Garde!). The entire range of year-round brews and seasonal specialties will round out the list for 15 Bell's drafts and the coveted [H*****m] CASK!
 
There is no admission for this event, and all Bell's brews will be priced individually by the glass and in 4 oz. taster pours!
 
The Full Bell's Event Beer List:
  • [H*****m] on CASK
  • Bourbon Barrel-Aged Batch 9000 
  • The Oracle DIPA 
  • Harry Magill's Spiced Stout 
  • Expedition Stout 
  • Le Batteur
  • Two Hearted
  • Sparkling Ale
  • Smitten
  • Porter
  • Oarsman
  • Pale Ale
  • Kalamazoo Stout
  • Double Cream Stout
  • Best Brown Ale
  • Amber Ale

 

Address: 
1337 14th Street NW
Washington, DC
United States
Date: 
Monday, February 18, 2013 -
4:00pm to 11:00pm