I know July is not a great high ABV beer month, but no thread at all -- shame Bells Hell Hath No Fury 10/18/11 Bottled on Date A: Minimal dark beige to brown big-bubbled head with no retention and no lacing. A still beer to be sure. S: Raisins, fig and fudge are the predominant aromas. I would go dubbel for the style based on aroma alone. T: There probably used to be more punch but there is still a decent dark malt fruitiness and vinous quality, although lower than you'd expect for the ABV and the brewery. A lot of raisin, fig/date, and sweet grape flavors with low-to-moderate bitterness. I don't get any licorice or anise flavors like in past iterations (thankfully). No real hop flavor aside from some floral qualities. Not much for yeast flavors/esters either. M: Kind of dead with minimal carbonation leaving a wanting body. O: Past its prime but drinkable. Malt flavors have faded but there is still pretty good flavor.