Back when they were operating as gypsy brewers and getting everything in place for their own brewery, the Watts River team said one of their first plans once they moved in was to get to work on a Brett Pale Ale. That they did and it's grown from there to become a pretty regular release throughout the year.
It's very nature means it's a beer that will evolve over time and for each new release the brewers keep the same base recipe while changing both the primary yeast strain and the type of Brett used. On our experience, this hazy pale golden beer delivers a full body, with further texture coming from its gentle acidity and Champagne like fine carbonation and dry finish. Give it a good sniff and swirl and you'll likely find some distinct hay like Brettanomyces characters, stone fruit and overripe peaches, a lemony malt sweetness and flavours not reminiscent of a farmhouse cider.