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St Austell Black Prince






Angleterre

Black Prince
Lager
Brune
4.0 °

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

Black Prince - 4.0% abv - one of St. Austell's best kept secrets, Black Prince is a Black Ale and well worth investigating. Deep and dark, intriguing, but sinister to some, Black Prince has a full bodied fruity flavour, the perfect complement to a steak and kidney pudding or steak and ale pie.

St Austell Clouded Yellow






Angleterre

Clouded Yellow
Lager
Blonde
5.0 °

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

Clouded Yellow - 5% abv - An award winning, quite unique wheat beer, Clouded Yellow derives its name from a migrant butterfly found visiting the UK during the summer months. Pale yellow in colour and naturally (bottle) conditioned, the beer may be poured cloudy by gently swirling the last few inches to rouse the natural yeast sediment. Alternatively, clear beer can be decanted carefully leaving the yeast behind. Serve cool in a long glass to experience the true citrus overtones which have been delicately flavoured with whole spices and vanilla. The combination of flavours is brought alive by gently sweetening with pure organic maple syrup.

St Austell Cornish Cream






Angleterre

Cornish Cream
Lager
Brune

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

Cornish Cream - A cool, dark creamy beer from St. Austell and a favourite with many visitors to Cornwall. Poured cool, a dense swirl of fine bubbles slowly settle out to leave a black beer with a tight creamy head. Cornish Cream is an exceptionally smooth beer in which the initial sweetness is balanced by rich, roasted flavours of espresso or dark chocolate.

St Austell Dartmoor






Angleterre

Dartmoor
Bitter
Blonde

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

Dartmoor Best Bitter - A beer with a strong regional heritage, Dartmoor Best Bitter is a fine easy drinking session ale with a touch of bitterness, complemented by a smooth malty finish. Ideal with a crusty Ploughman's lunch.

St Austell Duchy






Angleterre

Duchy
Bitter
Blonde

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

Duchy Bitter - A prize winning keg bitter of medium strength and full flavour. Only the finest ingredients are used to produce this refreshing beer which reflects in its smooth, cool and rewarding character.

St Austell HSD






Angleterre

HSD
Lager
Blonde
5.0 °

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

HSD - 5.0% abv - our most famous and notorious ale. HSD is a full-bodied strong Cornish ale brimming with a kaleidoscope of flavours. Brewed with plenty of malt and lashings of English Fuggles and Golding hops, HSD is truly a classic ale of considerable depth and complexity. The real beer alternative to a full-bodied premium red wine and simply superb with steaks and other red meat dishes.

St Austell IPA






Angleterre

IPA
Lager
Blonde
3.4 °

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

IPA - 3.4% abv - an enjoyable pint whose flavour far outweighs its alcohol strength and a great beer to drink at lunchtimes with a sandwich or pasty. IPA is a rich golden colour and is packed full of delicate hop flavours, that blossom on the palate.

St Austell Tinners






Angleterre

Tinners
Lager
Blonde
3.7 °

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

Tinners - 3.7% abv - a traditional delicious Cornish ale, brewed with the finest malts and choicest hops. Tinners has a light refreshing flavour with only a hint of bitterness, ideal for revitalising the palate when drunk with a curry, chilli or spicy Italian lasagne.

St Austell Tribute






Angleterre

Tribute
Lager
Blonde
4.2 °

Fermentation Basse
St Austell

Tribute - 4.2% abv - our premium handcrafted ale, deserving to be savoured with a premium dish. Tribute has become a popular favourite with drinkers both in Cornwall and further up-country. Its moreish hoppy flavour complements a fine chicken, gammon or fish dish in particular. Look out for its fresh citrus nose, good enough to rival any fine white wine.

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