A quiet sweet, grainy aroma rises from this brew’s feathery head; a touch of corn—from the pilsner malt—thickens the body. Enjoyable grainy sweetness treads lightly over the tongue and pleasantly contrasts the beer’s earthy, peppery hops. Although the bitterness feels a touch strong for the style, Hell still wraps up with a crisp, sessionable finish.


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