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Yellow Golden Ale with aroma of cider and sherbet. Refreshing grassy citrus hops, bitterness and apple fruit. Lemon grainy aftertaste.
Inspired by Dean's travels to New Zealand this crisp easy to drink pale ale uses Rakau hops which has a load of subtle fruit flavours. It was made with a certain lager drinker friend in mind - to convert them to real ale!
Dark brown Strong Mild. Nutty malt with vine fruit flavours. Quite sweet with hints of coffee-roast. Faintly bitter and hoppy.
There was a beer in Cardiff in the 1980s that this beer is fashioned after. This is the sort of mild that you can happily have another glass of.
Auburn colour. Malt balanced by firm pine and gentle citrus hops. Spicy notes. Bitter throughout and a kaleidoscope of fruits.
An amazing, no-holds-barred recipe by Hayley with a list of ingredients as long as your arm. Bigger breweries would quake in their boots at how this adds up on their spreadsheets ... but not us.
"Made with all British hops, malt & yeast and special Grampound water. A 'traditional Bitter' brewed using the finest Marris Otter Pale Ale Malt, Fuggles, Bramling Cross, First Gold & Jester hops. A bitter taste with under notes of betrayal and despair!" Grampound Beer Festival 2019
Leave or remain it still tastes the same. Jester (a modern British hybrid hop) is ideally named for this tongue-in-cheek brew which softens even our most fervant leaver or remainer friends. Bringing the country together one pint at a time.
The bottles are made fizzy (carbonated) by secondary fermentation in the bottle. There is a variable amount of yeast and fizziness in the beers. They can sometimes be 'lively' in the bottle so store upright and serve chilled. Secondary fermentation in the bottle is the traditional way of making beer and it keeps all the flavours by avoiding filtering or the use of finings.
We brew and bottle by hand making beers that are fresh and easy to drink. We think the best ale you can drink is the most local ale.
We launched the microbrewery in the summer of 2016 and supply ales to shops, restaurants, and bars in Cornwall. In 2019 we expanded our cask deliveries for beer festivals, pubs, and clubs.
Tremethick is Cornish for 'doctor's house' (sounds similar to the Welsh 'Ty Meddyg'). It is known locally as Dr Stewart's house who built it in 1935. The brewery has been built on the site of old stables.