Real ale from Cornwall, available around the UK

REGULAR BEERS

CornishBronzeWP

Cornish Bronze (3.7% ABV): A traditional bitter brewed with Maris Otter, crystal and chocolate malts blended with choice hops.


HopMonsterWP

Hop Monster (3.7% ABV): A thirst quenching session bitter with excellent flavours. A strikingly hoppy beer with a finish of citrus fruit on the palate.


HandlinerWPHandliner (4% ABV): A traditional style session bitter. “Delicious,” says the Pints & Pubs blog.


MerryMaidensWPMerry Maidens Mild (4% ABV): Dark and smooth with an impressive full roast flavour that belies its strength. A classic dark mild.


AngelinaWPAngelina (4.1% ABV): A hugely successful golden beer — hoppy, clean and refreshing.


GoldenHindeWP

Golden Hinde (4.3% ABV): A sweetish golden beer with refreshing citrus hop finish. Brewers Gold hops give the aroma.


Pier Porter (4.3% ABV): Excellent roast malt flavours in this traditional style porter. Smooth and dark, and easy drinking.


StPiranWPSt Piran’s Porter (6% ABV): A wholesome, full-bodied porter. Heavy malt flavour gives way to a wonderful hop character.


cbseakingSea King (5.5% ABV): Slovenia hops to the fore in this strong, fruity, golden beer. Full bodied, there are hop aromas throughout with a sweet finish.


EriosionWPErosion (7.5% ABV): A beast of a dark old ale, with caramel, molasses and roast malt on the palate, and some liquorice on the finish.


WestCoastWPWest Coast IPA (7.5% ABV): An American-style IPA, heavily hopped yet deceptively drinkable!


KernowImperialWPKernow Imperial Stout (9% ABV): An aroma explosion of roast  malt,  this powerful, warming, dark old stout bursts with molasses and roast malts. Roast caramel adds to the sweet stout finish.

2 responses

  1. Sid

    Sat in the Criterion, Leicester, supping a few pints of Merry Maidens mild, what a stunning ale, many thanks.
    Sid

    October 23, 2013 at 3:52 pm

  2. AM

    Hello!

    Are any of your beers Vegan friendly? Do you use Isinglass finings or any other animal produce to make them??

    Many Thanks!
    AM @ Vegan Beers

    March 12, 2012 at 7:10 pm

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