One of our first releases wild ale releases, back in 2015 was Time Lord. It was a blend of 3 different vintages dating back to 2013. Brewed and blended in honour of the Lambic ales coming out of Belgium, this is the Boatrocker take on the complexity and sheer drinkabilty of these amazing ales. We aged our hops, used traditional methods of production and chose only the best barrels across three different vintages to create a beer of sublime textural and aromatic qualtiies.
On the nose, that classic barnyard aroma, working harmoniuosly with the wood and acid profile. The aged hops are really strutting their stuff in this beer. On the palate, a balanced acidity, with some wonderful depth. Some oak tannins, complex acids, and good palate weight, really make this a beer worthy of the Time Lord name.
Our House Red continues to evolve, gaining further complexity with blending session. The Soléra method we employ takes approximately 2/3 of the barrel for blending (sometimes more and sometimes less...
Since 2013 we have been working with wild yeasts and barrels to develop own unique culture that provides complexity, funk and most importantly - deliciousness! We call these yeasts and...
We've teamed once again up with winemaker Matt Campbell (Crittenden Estate and The Lost Plot) to create something quite delicious We have had the House Red and House White for...
One of the first beers to come out of our barrel program in 2015 was Gaston, a big chardonnay barrel aged Saison with Brett Brux. This time around we aged...
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