Beer Review: BoBull Fett (Bolero Snort Brewery)

Beer Review: BoBull Fett (Bolero Snort Brewery)

Bobull Fett by Bolero Snort Brewery (pictured with the new Slave 1 – Boba Fett Starship LEGO set)

The Book of Boba Fett

The Book of Boba Fett oficial trailer

In honor of ‘The Book of Boba Fett’ premiering today on Disney+, I thought it would be a great way and time to tackle all of my Star Wars beers I need to review (and drink). So each Wednesday I’ll be doing a different themed Star Wars beer review to go along with each episode.

The stand alone season is due to be seven episodes and will be airing every Wednesday (3AM EST it uploads) on Disney+. So each Wednesday to correspond I will be doing a different, and new, and unique Star Wars themed beer. And don’t worry I have plenty of Star Wars themed beers on my shelf and in my fridge to get to (nearly the entirety of the RAR Star Wars themed beers – already did the Blue Milk – Meadalorian by Spacetime Meadery, and a few others). I even ‘impulse bought’ last night some new glasses online – Star Wars themed, Futurama themed, and a Seinfeld glass I couldn’t pass up.

So there will be plenty of interesting content to come from this show being on the air, don’t you worry.

Is everyone else hyped about the Book of Boba Fett show? Is anyone reading the blog a big Star Wars nerd like I am? (If you haven’t been able to notice, I am a big Star Wars fan, and at the end of the review, you’ll see a long list of Star Wars themed beers I’ve reviewed here on the blog). For those not in the know, the Book of Boba Fett is a new Disney+ show that takes place around the time of The Mandalorian Season 2, and was featured as an end credit thing to the season finale of Mandalorian Season 2. It details Boba Fett, famed bounty hunter who captured Han Solo, and fell (presumably to his death) into the Sarlaac pit at the Battle of Karkoon (Return of the Jedi). He has escaped and is now taken over former Hutt Lord (Jabba the Hutt)’s criminal empire on Tatooine.

Quick Wikipedia blurb on the show:

The Book of Boba Fett is an American television series created for the streaming service Disney+. It is part of the Star Wars franchise, a spin-off from the series The Mandalorian featuring the bounty hunter Boba Fett from that series and other Star Wars media. The series takes place alongside the other The Mandalorian spin-off Ahsoka.

Temuera Morrison stars as Boba Fett, with Ming-Na Wen also starring as Fennec Shand. Both reprise their roles from The Mandalorian and other previous Star Wars media. Several attempts were made at developing a standalone Star Wars film centered on Boba Fett before Lucasfilm began prioritizing its streaming series such as The Mandalorian. Morrison appeared as Fett alongside Wen in the second season of The Mandalorian, and a potential spin-off series was first reported in November 2020. The Book of Boba Fett was officially announced in December 2020, with Morrison and Wen starring. Filming had begun by that point, and lasted until June 2021.

The series premiered on December 29, 2021, and will run for seven episodes until February 9, 2022.

The Book of Boba Fett – Wikipedia

I’d love to get a discussion going on the show, so let me know what your thoughts are on the show in the comments section. Would be great to see what everyone’s thoughts and opinions are on the show.

Quick Links

Some quick discussion links (typically I’d just post them at the end of the article, but I wanted people to be able to see discussion links, and hope they don’t get lost in the flood of links at the end of the article – I’ll repost them there though too, just to be sure).

Star Wars

So as you can see, I am a huge Star Wars fan and nerd. (Been that way since the 90s and I’m a late 80s born “kid”). I have done numerous Star Wars related articles here on the blog, from beer reviews to book reviews, done podcasts with friends about Star Wars, and mentioned it ad nauseum in other non-Star Wars related posts here on the blog. Be sure to stick around to the end of the article to see all of the Star Wars (and other popular / nerd culture) articles.

Star Wars Explained: Everything You Need to Know Before Watching ‘The Book of Boba Fett’

Bolero Snort

We have previously covered only one beer from Bolero Snort here on the blog – “This is the Whey“. A fun Mandalorian themed beer that they released to coincide with the show (Broken Goblet released a similar beer called “This is the Way“). This was a popular saying by the Ugnaught on the show in the first season.

Bolero Snort has been a long time low-burn favorite for me, since the first A.C. Brewfest I got to go to and had their beer at. When able to, which in Central PA isn’t always the easiest, if I’m able to try their stuff, I love doing so. They have some really wonderful

According to Untappd, Bolero Snort Brewery is a micro brewery located in Carlstadt New Jersey. It has 651 unique beers and a total of 319,241 ratings (as of 12.29.21). It has a global average rating of 3.86. The Untappd description reads: “Our team strives to create hand-crafted ales and lagers that are influenced by both traditional and emerging styles with our own bold spin. No BS…Just Ragin’ Good Beer!”

Beer Review

Bobull Fett by Bolero Snort Brewery (picture taken by Seth Dietz)

Beer: Bobull Fett
Brewery: Bolero Snort Brewery
Style: IPA – Imperial / Double New England Hazy
ABV: 8%
IBU: None
Untappd Description:


This just one of those ‘must grab’ beers for nerd / Star Wars nerd fans like myself. Especially with the release of the show today. The premier’s trailer looks good and I’m hyped. Lets hope it lives up to it! And in the meantime, let’s tackle this beer!

Cracking the crowler I got earlier today at Bolero Snort Brewery and filling up my glass, this just smells delicious. Its a hoppy, fruity, citrusy hop bomb of aroma. This has a wonderful hop nose that just fills a room as soon as the tab is cracked and the can is popped. There is a citrusy, peachy, fruity hop aroma with this that just smells fantastic.

Appearance is exactly what you want from a New England hazy IPA (or DIPA or TIPA). A golden beautiful orange thats hazy, opaque, sun like golden hue, that really just looks pretty, especially in a Star Wars glass. No sediment, no rubbish in the beer, but still hazy and cloudy and turbulent, but all in a good way, and all befitting the style.

Mmmhmmm hmmmm…. this is enough to make a man want to burn his way of a Sarlaac’s stomach and crawl across the hot Tatooine sands just to taste! Unlike the Sarlaac which will take thousands of years to digest you with its acid, this will only take a small amount of time to quaff this time – even crowler size. This is just that damn tasty and drainable. This is a bright and tasty and juicy New England DIPA. You get strong, strong, (like Tusken Raider strong) notes of citrus, peach, passionfruit, and its just a plain ol’ Juicy Hop Bomb. The appearance is spot on for a New England IPA, its got jetpack flame thrower orange glow, and the aroma is everything you want from a hop juicy New England IPA, and of course the flavor is right there with it all to match. This is just a well done and well executed beer. You get lots of notes of the hops involved (Galaxy, Bru-1, and the Citra hops), you get all of the flavors and none of the hop burn. This has a fantastic mouth feel, nothing is watery or watered down, nothing is cloying or wrong on the palate, and all just works well in combination with itself. The hop varieties blend so well together, that it tastes and drinks so easily, you can easily drink a four pack of these (or a crowler or two) down in no time. You don’t feel or taste the 8% ABV right away either until it all hits you at the end (which your mileage may vary on that). There is no off flavors, no acidic tastes, no reflux from this. No aftertaste or horrible burps afterwards either. Utinni! This is just a wonderful all around tasting beer and made very well, that you’ll want to take over a former Hutt’s criminal empire to enjoy it!

My Untappd Rating: ****
Global Average Untappd Rating: 3.97 (as of 12.29.21)

To New Jersey and Back

So I had been trying to find this beer to get it in leading up to the show’s premier today, and was going to drink it with the premier to be able to do the review. I woke up super early this morning (4AM or so), and immediately had to watch The Book of Boba Fett (Chapter 1 – Stranger in a Strange Land) – I just couldn’t wait. I enjoyed the episode, and thought it was good to ok. (I’ll give more thoughts on it later, and nothing spoiler, don’t worry. Most likely in next week’s Star Wars beer review.)

So the original gameplan for the day was going to be leave the house at 9:30AM, go to Bolero Snort around 12:30 (Google Maps said it would be a 2 hour and 53 minute drive), then hit Brix City Brewing, then The Alementary, and potentially Hackensack Brewing, then on the way back towards Harrisburg area hit Magnify Brewing, then Weyerbacher Brewing, and Lost Tavern Brewing before hitting home.

….Well…. that all didn’t quite happen. We ended up leaving late (after 10:30AM), stopped at Pop’s Kitchen just before hitting the NJ border, and only got to Bolero Snort around 1:40PM. We stayed there for quite a while (got two flights, the crowler to go, and enjoyed our time), then went to The Alementary around 4:30-5PM, where we proceeded to be for the rest of the night. Only leaving there around 8:20 or so.

And needless to say, we didn’t hit any of the other spots. We stopped at a Sheetz on the way home, and got home around 11:15PM. Where I quickly took Leela for a walk, and then drank my crowler and wrote this review. (I did all of the non-beer review stuff before we left).

BUT… I did get this done before midnight and on the day of the Premier Episode. And will continue to do a weekly Star Wars beer review for the rest of the show’s run.

Hope you can check us out every Wednesday to see and read them all!


Our Pop Culture Beer Reviews

Want more pop culture themed beer reviews? Well, you can have them! (All!) Check out the ones below:

Star Wars:

Rick and Morty:

Space Balls:

Game of Thrones:

The Simpsons:

Back to the Future:


A Christmas Story:

Pro Wrestling:


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:



The Book of Boba Fett

For more reading (off site, and off of the blog), here is some more links about The Book of Boba Fett and Star Wars in general. Enjoy:

Thanks For Reading

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Last Updated: December 30, 2021By

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