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No Corporate Beer Reviews: Origin of Darkness Imperial Stout

September 16, 2022

This version of Origin of Darkness presents a rare opportunity to get a beer from Garage Project in North America. Stout hounds, look no further!

No Corporate Beer Review: Luchador en Fuego

April 8, 2022

Luchador en Fuego, the excellent barrel-aged Mexican chocolate stout from Clown Shoes, brings the heat.

No Corporate Beer Review: Forest Bänger

March 25, 2022

Forest Bänger is another stellar offering from a brewery that excels in the art of dark beers.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Nocturna

March 4, 2022

America’s finest Belgian brewery, Allagash, master the dark arts of imperial stouts with the bold Nocturna.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: By Udder Means

January 7, 2022

Some of the best stouts out there are now aged in wine barrels, including To Øl’s tasty By Udder Means.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Christmas Morning

December 22, 2021

Santa’s not looking for cookies, so sweeten up his holiday with Hardywood’s killer Christmas Morning stout.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Tiny

December 10, 2021

Weyerbacher’s powerful Belgian-styled imperial stout Tiny is anything but small in stature.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Morticia

May 21, 2021

Barrier Brewing’s Russian Imperial Stout Morticia won’t clear cobwebs — it’ll create ’em.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: iStout Unchained

April 30, 2021

When does a stout nearly become a wine? When New Zealand’s 8 Wired takes three years to age the incredible iStout Unchained!

“200,” The Official Beer of Decibel’s 200th Issue Show Extremely Ex-Stream, Available for Pre-Order From Adroit Theory!

April 12, 2021

Brewed in collaboration with Adroit Theory, 200 is limited-run Extremely Extreme Russian Imperial Stout that clocks in at a mind-altering 14% ABV!

No Corporate Beer Reviews: 35K

March 26, 2021

Boldness is key to the appeal of 35K, which pours with minimal carbonation, virtually no head and a rich all-black black-as-your-soul color.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Péché Mortel

November 12, 2020

Hands down, Brasserie Dieu du Ciel’s Péché Mortel (“Mortal Sin”) is one of the best coffee stouts you will ever taste.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Peanut Butter Chocolate Milk Stout

October 23, 2020

Peanut butter flavored stouts and porters are becoming ubiquitous, but Lost Coast’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Milk Stout are there great tastes that that taste pretty fricken good together.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Future You Hates You

April 6, 2020

Future You Hates You – a collaboration between Adroit Theory and Cushwa – is a 13.5% ABV Imperial Stout designed for slow-sipping and maximum impact

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Funky Prowler

March 6, 2020

If Metallica’s “The Thing That Should Not Be” described a beer, it would be Funky Prowler.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: Fudgie the Beer

February 21, 2020

You needn’t have been raised on Tom Carvel’s ice cream cakes to appreciate Fudgie the Beer, but it doesn’t hurt.

No Corporate Beer Reviews: 10 Apple Stout

May 14, 2019

How do you like dem Estonian apples in your stout? NCB Reviews travels to Northern Europe to find out.

No Corporate Beer: Kentucky Breakfast Stout

July 2, 2018

Extreme metal veteran Chris Dodge (Spazz, Trappist) reviews Founders‘ Kentucky Breakfast Stout.

No Corporate Beer: Sweet & Smoky Stout

June 26, 2018

Have beer innovators Flying Dog found another hit with the Sweet & Smoky Stout?

Metal & Beer: Mikkeller Launches New Sultan’s Curse Collab With Mastodon

October 18, 2017

Danish brewery Mikkeller unleashes, Sultan’s Curse Imperial Stout, a new heavyweight band collaboration with Mastodon

Original Trouble Drummer Releases Red Howes Beer

January 24, 2014

What’s the connection between craft beer and metal? We hear this question a lot. Well, specifically, we are asked this question a lot since our craft beer book, The Brewtal Truth Guide to Extreme Beers, was published last November. For people who aren’t necessarily into both things, it’s hard to see the commonalities. On the…