Boilermaker: craft beer

Boilermaker: craft beer

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The Constructed Idea

If your idea of a boilermaker conjures up images of industrial metalworks, fiery furnaces and sweaty workers, now might be the time for a rethink.

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When stood at a bar, a boilermaker is better known as the simplest of beer cocktails. It has few of the complications of mixology. A typical boilermaker involves throwing down a shot of whiskey then immediately following it with a beer. Alternatively, for a bit more theatre, you could take a depth charge approach by dropping the whiskey into the beer and downing both. Neither option comes across as a particularly sophisticated exercise in pairing. But rather a rough and ready knock-off reward suited to the trade from which it gets its name.

The generic boilermaker term seems to have faded from the profession and given way to more specialised forms of craftsmanship like welding or fabrication. Hence, these times of refinement that there’s a lot more to the boilermaker beverage than many may know.

 

Small Breweries and Distilleries Differencies

For much of this we can thank the resurgence of those small breweries and distilleries. Those who are differentiating themselves from bigger brands by focusing on creating more interesting options for the drinker. Whether beer or spirit, these are generally characterised by more pronounced flavours. Oftentimes, the favoured use of local ingredients. And, when it comes to brewers and distillers, a dependence on grain as a base ingredient. Along with a fondness for other fun ingredients – meaning there’s a natural synergy at play here and some producers are already melding the two worlds together; the Young Henrys brewery in Newtown, for example, has its own distillery producing the hop-infused Noble Cut gin.

Just down the road, in Marrickville, the Batch Brewing Company recently went one step further by getting together with Rosebery’s recently opened Archie Rose Distillery to create their own boilermaker. Not only was a beer brewed to accompany a spirit, but a spirit was then produced from the beer itself.

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