No Corporate Beer Reviews: Babylone
December 9, 2022 Nick Green
The idea behind the Brussels Beer Project’s “bread IPA” is up-cycling: At least 20% of the grain base of Babylone is from loaves of unsold bread, which have been dried out and pulverized into crumbs.
No Corporate Beer Reviews: Ce N’est Pas La Fin du Monde
June 3, 2022 Nick Green
Ce N’est Pas La Fin du Monde presents a crafty spin on a beloved brew, with some subtle enhancements that transform the Belgian tripel base into more of a West Coast style IPA.
No Corporate Beer Reviews: Tiny
December 10, 2021 Nick Green
Weyerbacher’s powerful Belgian-styled imperial stout Tiny is anything but small in stature.
No Corporate Beer: Gregorius
September 19, 2018 Nick Green
Checking in on a beer-brewing trappist, instead of the beer-drinking Trappist.
BREWTAL TRUTH: Drink This Now!
October 4, 2013 Adem Tepedelen
Given the opportunity to write about craft beer every month in Decibel has been eye-opening. The idea that our “Brewtal Truth” column would have lasted more than four years (and counting) and even spawn a book—The Brewtal Truth Guide to Extreme Beers, out in November—is pretty amazing. Now it’s time to bring a little “Brewtal…