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Bell's Black Note Stout, Highly-Sought Michigan Craft Beer, To Hit Stores Soon

01/09/2013 05:34 pm ET | Updated Jan 10, 2013

Black Note Stout will soon be hitting store shelves. Famed Michigan craft brewer Bell's Brewery will soon start sending their much-loved Black Note Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout to retail locations.

It will be the first time the beer has appeared in 12-ounce bottles. Previously it has been released twice as part of a 750-milliliter series exclusive to Bell's General Store in Kalamazoo, Mich. and the Eccentric Cafe located next door. Four-packs will sell for $23.99.

In a Facebook post Wednesday Bell's announced that the highly-sought beer had arrived in their general store and would start shipping to other locations this week.

The beverage is described on Bell's website as having "malty notes of dark chocolate, espresso & dried fruits, all buoyed by the warmth and fragrance of the bourbon barrel."

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article indicated Black Note Stout has previously been sold in stores. This will be the first time it will be available at retail locations besides Bell's General Store. The article also stated bottles sold for $23. Instead, the cost of a four-pack is $23.99. We regret the error.

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