Ruby & Hoppy
Crafted from British hops, Maris Otter barley and Cornish spring water, Cornish Best is an easy-drinking, traditional, well balanced bitter with wide appeal. At 3.5% ABV, this superb ale bursts with rich malt, biscuit and fine fruit character followed with a flint-dry finish. Combining great quality, delicious taste and competitively priced, this Cornish beauty will appeal to customers near and far.
Golden & Refreshing
In the world of beer the eyes have it when it comes to ordering ale, something that Exmoor completely understand back in 1986 when they produced the first modern Golden Ale, Exmoor Gold. Designed as a single-malt beer, this was a stunning counter balance to the traditional view of beer — which it had to be as brown as an old sideboard or as coal black as Irish Dry Stout. Exmoor Gold, instead, was the colour of Chardonnay or Carling, sparkling in the glass and appealing to both ale drinkers and laager lovers. As well as looking good, by golly it tasted good, with fresh and fruity flavours tripping across the tongue hand in hand with a soft and comforting malty centre.
Brown & Malty
This is the beer that started it all.
A premium beer's alcohol content should always be high enough to enable a perfect balance with flavour and aroma. Otter Ale is a very well balanced beer that delivers the flavours of quality floor malted barley and finishes with a combination of fruit and some bitterness. Its nose is a balance of malt and fruit.
Otter Bitter 3.6%
Golden & Malty
Otter Bitter is our 'session' beer. We understand the importance of keeping those customers who prefer lower gravity beer satisfied -
Otter Bitter does just that.
It is a beautifully light and fruity
beer with good hoppy bitterness.
It leaves a refreshing bitterness
which prompts the next gulp.
A wonderful, old fashioned,
'session' beer. Brewed for
drinking with no frills.
St Austell HSD
Dark & Complex
St Austell's most legendary ale, HSD is full-bodied strong and Cornish, 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.
St Austell TRELAWNY
Pale & Hoppy
One of the first beers brewed with Galaxy hops. Hints of peach and apricot on the nose with a full toasted biscuit flavour balanced with tangy hops - a good session beer!