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Bell's Expedition Stout - Bell's Brewery, Inc.

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Ratings: 5,282
Reviews: 1,978
rAvg: 4.24
pDev: 10.61%
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Bell's Brewery, Inc. visit their website
Michigan, United States

Style | ABV
Russian Imperial Stout |  10.50% ABV

Availability: Winter

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: BeerAdvocate on 01-10-2002

Expedition Stout offers immensely complex flavors crafted specifically with vintage aging in mind, as its profile will continue to mature and develop over the years. A huge malt body is matched to a heady blend of chocolate, dark fruits, and other aromas. Intensely bitter in its early months, the flavors will slowly meld and grow in depth as the beer ages.
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Photo of BrewCrew2010
4.12/5  rDev -2.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A: This beer pours like black oil and there are some weird chunks in the bottom of the glass which I'm not sure what it is. A brown, creamy head, about 2 fingers thick, is mostly lasting with a lot of sticky lace left on the glass.

S: A strong aroma of roasted malts, dark chocolate, coffee, and licorice are evident in this beer. There are some notes of booze and brown sugar, maybe dark fruits, but one thing for sure, not a lot of hops.

T: A very rich roasted malt flavor with notes of bitter coffee and dark chocolate. A somewhat complex taste with hints of some booze. Also, a long lasting and bitterness aftertaste that is on the pleasant side of things. Exactly how I imagine a stout to taste.

M: A silky, full bodied beer with very little carbonation. A dry after taste, but on the good spectrum.

D: Would love to drink this in the summer. Maybe 3 or 4 at a time.

Photo of clayrock81
4/5  rDev -5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a blackish body with a solid one-finger head that stuck around forever. A thick, hearty malt aroma of chocolate and roasted malts along with a touch of breadiness; hops are minimal but give off dark fruit like black cherry. A sweet stickiness greets my tongue and then I pick up chocolate and hints of toffee but there's a greater bready, biscuity, almost coffee-like roasted sensation that gives this thick beer a hearty finish. Plum and tasty with minimal hop bitterness and fruit flavorings make for a great sipper that goes down smooth and the ABV is complementary on the backbite but does not bleed into the beer.

Photo of Jayli
4/5  rDev -5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

From notes consumed 7/11, poured in to a pint glass.

A: This beer pours a deep, dark, opaque black with a one finger of mocha colored head. Head recedes pretty quickly and leaves sheets of lacing on the glass.

S: Nose is of roasted and charred malts, coffee, a bit of dark fruit, and light chocolate notes.

T: Taste is chocolate and coffee hits right up front, slowly moving into a roasted and charred malt flavoring. Dark fruit notes are present throughout with a sweet brown sugary finish.

M: Full body, low carbonation, smooth body.

D: Goes down rather easily for a 10% with no age on it, nice representation of style, yet another solid brew from Bell's.

Photo of Lauthaha
3.52/5  rDev -17%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Poured from a 12 ounce bottle into a beer mug.

Appearance: Opaque black with perhaps a tinge of brown to it. Outstanding burned-tan head, about one finger thick.

Smell: Exciting! Black licorice and/or sun-dried raisins up front. A little bit of a coffee edge follows, rounded out with a toasty alcohol vibe. Not a lot of hop action in the scent, let's see if that changes at all...

Taste: Ultra, ultra sweet. Not balanced out with bitterness. As much as I want to give this rave reviews, it's not a good example of my favorite style of beer. Minutes later, still tasting sugars within it. The coffee flavor is minimal, but the malt tone is HEAVY. No hops though, just as the nose determined.

Mouthfeel: It's like a beer Vesuvius in my mouth. You know the reaction that you get from mixing baking soda and vinegar? Same thing here. A small sip ballooned into a piledriver of foam in my mouth. The maltiness gets more handleable as the beer warms a bit. Set apart from the taste, the mouthfeel is decent.

Drinkability: Eh, it's not a BAD beer by any means. But it's a little heavy to call a "usual" and a little strong to drink more than two or three of at any given time. So-so drinkability.

Decent beer. Definitely a sipper. Worth a try, but barely.

Photo of TKEbeerman
4.25/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured into my pint glass, this brew pours darker than oil with about a 1 finger, dark mocha colored head. If this baby was just thicker, the score would be too.

S: The nose dark chocolate and liquorice dominate. Hints of coffee grain, and maybe a little hop tingle.

T: The flavor profile is a little heavy on the liquorice, but nonetheless is excellent. The coffee notes blend well with the chocolate. Alcohol is present, but well tamed. This stout is more bitter then sweet, and darker in the grain than most.

MF/D: The mouthfeel is full and creamy, the drink can improve with age (this bottle is about a year old or so...batch 8728).

Overall, I really enjoy expedition stout. It's one of the best RIS' that is widely available, but my only gripe is the price.

Photo of stonelis
4.3/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Batch 9512. Bottled Dec 18 2009. Thanks to Bells batch Finder! This poured like a dark motor oil. Thick tan head with nice lacing which stayed on the sides of the glass. Taste of espresso, some hop bitterness, chocolate and roasty malt. The alcohol becomes more evident as it warms. Would love to taste this after a few years of cellaring if only I could keep my hands from prying off the cap!

Photo of hansgruber
3.96/5  rDev -6.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Batch 8944 consumed tonight

Thick black pour yields a nice dark tan head. Nice surface foam with a foamy collar. Nice lacing and plenty of tight bubbles rising from the sides with each sip. 

Malty roasty chocolaty yeasty nose. No alcohol detected.

Bitter roasty taste with some chocolate and coffee notes in there too. Virtually no sweetness but I sensed a bit of a molasses flavor deep in there. Very roasty.

Nice thick mouthfeel. Good sipper stout for sure. Nice to have in 12oz form as opposed to a bomber so it's doable if you're alone. 
Solid imperial stout.

Photo of TheHoppiest
4.17/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a 12 oz bottle into a pint glass. Pours a deep, dark brown/black, with a creamy tan head with excellent staying power.

Smells delicious; coffee, dark chocolate, hops, alcohol, a bit of burnt caramel, and dark candied fruit.

Rich, full, and complex in taste. Rum, espresso, and raisins/figs hit first. A resiny hops follows, squeezing the tongue as you swallow it down. The alcohol taste is almost overwhelming.

With a very full mouthfeel, you need to take your time with this one.

Drinkability is slow; sip, rest, sip, rest. And, at 10.5% ABV, you'll need to put this one down easy. After one, you'll be full, but also looking forward to the next time you have one.

Photo of mdfb79
4.15/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 12 oz. bottle into a pint glass.

a - Pours a dark black that lets no light through. Two inches of dark tan head and light carbonation evident.

s - Smells of roasted malts, toasted malts, dark fruit, and chocolate. A little bit of burnt malts as well. Getting some sweetness to the smell as it warms up, which is quite enjoyable.

t - Tastes of roasted malts, burnt and toasted malts, bready malts, licorice, dark fruits, and alcohol.

m - Full body and moderate carbonation. A sipper for sure.

d - A pretty nice RIS. Lots of roasted malts in the smell and taste. Have it many times and will have it again. Would recommend.

Photo of ChrisPro
3.8/5  rDev -10.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Batch 8944 (vintage 2008?).

12oz bottle pours thick oily black, but very little dark tan head.

Caramel and chocolate in aroma, some hints of pitted fruit (cherries, prune).

Rich, sweet up front, a bit boozy, then a long drawn out chocolate finish. Quite bitter, but balanced.

Pretty well carbonated, quite thick and oily and the alcohol and carb leave a bit of stinging on the tongue. Much better with some warming.

This is a pretty complex imperial stout and its hotness implies that it could benefit from some age to let some of those flavore meld and the heat mellow. Still something I would seek out again.

Photo of Arithmeticus
3.66/5  rDev -13.7%
look: 2.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 2.5

A: black, black, black; surprisingly, not much head; lacing after the drink was spotty
S: sweet molasses, very strong aroma
T: leathery stout with heavy streaks of molasses
M: silky and smooth; what a pleasant feeling
D: the dominating taste of molasses and the high ABV make a quick return trip not likely

Photo of nickadams2
3.73/5  rDev -12%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3

A_Jet black with a dark brown head that dissipates into a thick ring. Little lacing. Looks slick and oily.

S_Very roasty. Burnt wood. Anise, dark fruits,and black liquorice.

T_Heavy roast. Burnt,earthy,woody flavor. Bitter chocolate and anise. Very Very bold.

M_Thick ,chewy,slick and very viscous.

D_This could substitute a full meal.

Photo of cbutova
4.15/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Reviewed from notes, bottle was about 8 months old.

A- Black. Dark tan creamy head builds to a moderate size and has decent retention. A very nice ring and a good cloud remain and leave a coat of lace.

S- Lots of roast malt up front. Some dark fruit/raisins, coffee, cocoa in the background. Alcohol makes it through once in a while.

T- A good aggressive blend of roast malt, alcohol and dark fruit. Nice straight up RIS. Very roasty, almost to the charcoal like level. A fair level of sweets.

MF- A low carbonation level in a moderately thick, oily body. Could be heavier and creamier. Well hidden ABV.

DB- Good price for a big RIS. The roast malt and dark fruit work well for an up front big stout flavor. Becomes a bit syrupy as the temperature rises.

Photo of Durge
4.47/5  rDev +5.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Another nice find at Stub & Herb's in Minneapolis, MN, which I was glad to have had prior to dipping into the even more prized "Black Note" version - this black beauty shows an opaque brown/black with a good head of brown foam and decent lacing. The nose picks up seaweed malt and decidedly herbal hops. Very nice and not over the top at all. The flavor jumps out a surprising licorice which now makes a lot of sense from the aroma but I missed it I guess. But this is a licorice malt flavor fest, intense yet mellow enough to neutralize the 10.5 ABV just enough for some drinkabiity. No session beer, but it's hard to slow down too much once you grab a hold of this taste wallop. There is that herbal hop idea that adds a real nice highlight to this full bodied, viscous feeling stout. Wow. I do enjoy this. Very little carbonation as you might expect from a cask but this holds together very well. I start to pick up some berry notes and definitely some coffee and marshmallow sweetness as my palate adjusts to the dominant licorice malt theme. Intense but not a "choker". Highly recommended for the curious and fun loving BA, but not your mother's stout.

Photo of jgasparine
3.9/5  rDev -8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 3

A- Poured into the glass with a substantial medium-brown foamy head, which left little traces of lacing, over a completely opaque jet-black body. The head is reasonably retained. No visible carbonation; although any carbonation present could be easily hidden by the opacity of the brew.

S- The aroma is comprised of stewed and roasted malts; very malt-forward... with a light & zesty hop aroma, reminiscent of citrus zest. No esters- simple and elegant.

T- An exceptionally bold flavor. The roasted malt peeks though- intensely roasty- and then the hops kick-in with a piney intense bitterness that lingers on the tongue substantially after each sip. There's also a little bit of booziness that hits you partway through as well. While it's bold and dynamic, it's almost overboard...

M- A full chewy body, with texture presumed to be from unattenuated sugar. Very soft carbonation and a moderate astringency. Just a touch of heat from the EtOH. Stellar mouthfeel.

D- Drinkability is hindered by the high alcohol content, and further inhibited by the over-the-top roasty and hop flavors. One 12oz. bottle is enough for me in one sitting...

Photo of Chico1985
3.93/5  rDev -7.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to cbutova for sharing this. Batch 9512, which according to Bell's website, means this is from 12/18/09.

Pours black with a pretty excellent brown head. Retains pretty well and leaves nice lacing, stains the glass.

Smell is roasted malt, licorice, booze.

Taste is a solid, no frills imperial stout. Mostly just roasted malt, booze, and dark burnt coffee. A little bit of smoke and anise. Gets more boozy as it goes on but not really a bother. Very dense in the same way as Stone IRS, though not nearly as complex.

Mouthfeel is oily and a little hot, low carbonation. Pretty much an imperial stout in the rawest form, which I like, it is a tad harsh but good. I bet this would be nice to age.

** more notes - 1/5/14** - Great beer to revisit. Opened a bottle I bought in Philly or NY a while back, the batch # is 10105, I believe this to be from 2010 sometime. Huge+robust but smoothed out with maybe some slight oxidation. Roasty dark chocolate licorice all the way. Less alcohol than I remember. Definitely a nice winter sippin' beer, I will definitely get more of this when in their distribution range again.

Photo of EgadBananas
3.76/5  rDev -11.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 3

Many thanks to Mike (busternuggz) for this!

Poured into a Stone IRS tulip.

100% opaque. Big chocolate mousse colored head; 2.5 fingers. The lacing coats the glass as it fades.

The smell is sweet; cocoa, burnt molasses, roasted malts. Theres a faint, but easily noticeable on a big sniff, presence of coffee/espresso. Bitterness seems to be from roasted coffee alone from what I can tell.

Noticeably bitter and faintly tart/sour at first...boozy. Reminds me of a milder Mephistopheles stout...only drinkable! Midway through, a nice coffee taste shown through. It's fairly roasted and/or burnt in the malt department.

This is very thick, rich, and on the chewy side. Very fine RIS stats.

Very tasty, but noticeably boozy. 1 satisfies just fine.

Photo of baggio
4.08/5  rDev -3.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4


A: Pitch black with a big, beige, head and lots of lacing.

S: Roasted malts, Chocolate, Cookies, Molasses.

T: Espresso, Chocolate, Roasted malts, Dark sugar.

M: Thick and very heavy. Massive chocolate/espresso up front and ends with a lingering bitterness.

I dig this. Not as complex as some other stouts but thick and kickass like a stout should be.

Photo of cavedave
4.13/5  rDev -2.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Jager68 for this thick wonderful beer. Consumed 7/31/10

Pours an opaque black topped by a brownish beige one finger head that slowly relaxes to a nice topper. Lots of resin and lace on the glass.

Smell is not that strong for a big beer, full of a variety of sweet maltiness, roasted, caramel, molasses, chocolate, rounded off by hints of tart yeast and a slight bitter edge.

Taste is like the nose, not super complex, but the flavors are extremely clean and bright. Alcohol is there but just a background warmth to it. The chocolate isn't as bitter as in some stouts, and the roasted notes aren't over the top char. The bitter in the finish is just right to balance the sweet.

Very thick, very viscous, perhaps a bit too much carb., and perhaps a finish needing a bit more more complexity. Very silky.

Due to the silky nature, and simple deliciousness this baby goes down very easily.

Impression: One of a crop of truly exceptional American RIS that I hope to try again.

Photo of buschbeer
3.83/5  rDev -9.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 3.5

Batch 9512

I poured into my glass to maybe a half inch of brown head. This beer is dark to say the least. The is no light coming through this beast. The aroma is chocolate, molasses, and some alcohol. The taste is black coffee and I get a fairly strong alcohol presence. That's about it. The mouthfeel is thick and creamy. I like that. I think this beer is a little hot yet. I am going to sit on my remaining bottles for at least a year and give this review an update. If the alcohol mellows out this could be a great beer.

revisited 6/13/2012

The alcohol has faded. I get some dark chocolate on the nose and in taste. I get some almost anise taste. Very thick and tons of flavor. Not sure if I like the flavor now.

Photo of SamuelJackson45
4.04/5  rDev -4.7%
look: 5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

First time I pour this beer. I can't believe how dark it is. I put it by the light and still couldn't see the shine threw the glass.

Aroma is very dark hint of chocolate type. The taste is very malting and rich. This was a pleasant tasting stout. And will drink it again.

Photo of Khazadum
4.24/5  rDev 0%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

The last of my blind beer series. Thank you so much Prufrock... you've been the best! This was the icing on the cake. Twelve ounce bottle poured into a brandy snifter for immediate enjoyment.

What a fighter! I poured 3/4 of it into the glass like I normally do and NO carbonation appeared. Literally it was a placid lake of ebony swirling about in its vesicle. I had to swirl the contents of the bottle and viciously splash it down into the center to create a chaos of head. Unfortunately the color of raw, fresh clay bubbles disappeared to a speckle of itself ( is it raw umber? Is that the color I've heard before? ).

The carbonation is non-existent, but that is not to say there isn't a skin of promise. . There are no bubbles to be found. The liquid itself is black like many I've had this week. I may sound like a broken record but it is motor oil again. It is darkness.. midnight in the cornfields with storm clouds blocking out anything that could even be remotely mistaken as illumination.

Sweet momma. Oh my goodness with whip cream on top. Do I dare say I detect the overwhelming deliciousness that is bourbon? I can't help myself but keep taking deep breaths over and over again. There also is the faintness of raisins and bitter chocolate ( of course, that means a dark chocolate ;) ).

Layered gently behind all of these scrumptious aromas is the tell tale signs of alcohol. This medicinal spear is wrapped with comforting flavors. I always think of ethanol as an awful smell... something to be abhorred and hidden deep within the dank confines of your brew. It is this beer that helps me realize once again how it can be properly used.

Flavor Profile
I hope I do it honor with my description. The very moments it hits my taste buds I find myself remarkable confused. It is quickly salty while being sweet at the same time. I find myself thinking of childhood candies and random Chinese restaurants performing the same feats. It is by all means welcome from me. That sugary nature reminds me deeply of bourbon barrel aged beers to a T. It is almost like a freshly barrel aged ( <12 month aging ) bourbon stout. The strong sweetness hides many flavors that further sipping slowly unravel.

There is a smokiness that hits milliseconds after the sweetness arrives but lingers momentarily. It can't hold its composition into the finish and finds itself dwindling away as the coolness dissipates from the tip of my tongue. That same smokiness is playing buddy system with the alcohol trident. I can feel it limping along causing pin pricks of recognition as it too flutters away into my gullet.

All of this was beheld upon quick cursory sips and dissection. If I take things further, swish it around my mouth and allow it to linger and roam as it pleases I am slapped with milk chocolate. It isn't just bitter chocolate, but creamy and smooth melted Hershey's. Whats that you say? You want the bitterness that is possible with some chocolate? Look no further! The finish of this beer screams prickly dark chocolate tree( I wish such a thing existed...). I rub the roof of my mouth with my tongue and lap up any residual flavors I can find. Shockingly, it is a raisin, chocolate amalgam of yum. Tasty!

I had to steal this last bit... my tasting partner has put it perfectly. This beer is the trail mix of beers. Salty, sweet, nutty, and above all unique.

Oral Sensations
This creamy beer harbors absolutely little in the world of carbonation. However, it reminds me of chocolate milk shakes without the thickness. It has that smooth nature with big flavors constantly erupting. It never had any lacing to really speak of and this still shocks me. It lingers long after on all my oral surfaces to an extreme point. This beer is the thickest of the six beers to date, and yet I still consider it liquid feathers. I find myself desiring some carbonation here, but that is the only fault I can find.

I'm steaming... the alcohol in this beverage is a skyscraper compared to yesterdays. I got a quarter of the way through it, and my extremities were feeling a bit damp with sweat. I truly enjoy a monster of a beer like the next person, but I'm beginning to think that this may be a problem. Great flavors, amazing body, and top notch nose are only as good as long as they all last.

As soon as that carbonation is mostly gone, all three of these aspects begin to falter and fall down upon one another. Thank goodness I had only a quarter of the beer left ( too much time writing, not enough drinking! ), but I noticed that the alcohol becomes the dominant player above anything else in both flavor and nose. There needs to be more carbonation in this beverage to prolong its life. If I had just gulped down the last bit I would have been more impressed than I am right now. Don't get me wrong, still impressed, but the amazement is beginning to dwindle.

I would drink this beer again in a heartbeat ( and only one for an evening ).

Photo of oglmcdgl
3.97/5  rDev -6.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

08 vintage on tap at via marconi's piazza pub.

A- deep dark brown almost completely black in color. No head to be seen.

S- port soaked plums and bakers chocolate, molasses. Hints of wood and booze.

T- huge dark roasted malts and burnt brown sugar. 92 percent dark chocolate and brownie batter. Port soaked dark fruits and berries. Tons of dark roasted coffee and some burt wood.

M- full bodied but by not means to thick with a lite carb. Slick and syrupy on the palate. Heat on the finish big time. And this has two years on it.

D- I like a big boozy stout upon occasion but just that, this is not an every day brew.

Photo of ryno09
3.61/5  rDev -14.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Pours pitch black with one of the darker brown heads I have seen. The finger head quickly fades do to the high ABV. Carbonation seems a little on the high side of the style.

On the aroma I get a ton of roasted malts along with dark fruits and molasses. Some alcohol present as well. On the palate I get a ton of chocolate - something I didn't get from the aroma. Up front some of the dark fruits are present before the chocolate takes over leaving a lingering somewhat sweet finish

Photo of ToasterChef
4.3/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 1+ year old cellar temperature bottle into a Delerium Tremens snifter. It is an opaque, dark brown liquid with a small head of tan foam and bubbles. I can see bubbles popping on top of the foam. There is no light penetration. Swirling the beer produces a bit of a film and a very good foam coating. The head has now settles to just a skim of foam. It's a pretty beer, but I've seen better looking RISes. I can smell roasted malts, alcohol, caramel and some chocolate. Even with all of these candy scents, it doesn't smell overly sweet. This is a tasty stout. Creamy milk chocolate and a few dark roasted malts greet my tongue as soon as I sip. Some bitterness moves in aa I swallow. It's akin to dark chocolate, but not quite the same. Prehaps the year of aging has made the bitterness harder to identify? Also present in the finish and moreso in the aftertaste is a bit of alcohol burn. It is hot, but not exclusively in an alcoholic sense; it's also ever so slightly peppery. The alcohol flavors aren't too strong, but are certainly present. I imagine that the year of age has mellowed this flavor out as well. After swallowing, I can run my tongue over my mouth and pick up more chocolate and alcohol flavors. The Expedition leaves behind a persistent coat. It has lower levels of carbonation and is full-bodied. For a 10%+ ABV stout, this beer is pretty drinkable. I wouldn't have more than one bottle of this, but each swallow goes down very well. If you can get your hands on some of this, I would highly recommend putting a few bottles in your cellar for a year or more.

Bell's Expedition Stout from Bell's Brewery, Inc.
94 out of 100 based on 5,282 ratings.