Dark and deep Seven Souls is new from Sharp’s

Dark and deep Seven Souls is new from Sharp’s

Inspired by the rugged Cornish Coast surrounding its home in Rock, Sharp’s Brewery has launched a new brew, Seven Souls, named after a craggy outcrop on the ancient Cornish Rumps headland found between New Polzeath and Port Isaac. Seven Souls is a full, dark ale,...
Cousin Jack’s back to raise funds for RNLI

Cousin Jack’s back to raise funds for RNLI

Jack Nowell with St Austell brewing director Roger Ryman (left) and chief executive James Staughton   Having just been drafted into the England Six Nations squad, Cornwall’s rugby union star and Royal National Lifeboat Institution ambassador, Jack Nowell, has put his...
St Austell is going with the XFlow

St Austell is going with the XFlow

Left to right: St Austell Brewery’s chief engineer, Clive Nicols; Pentair Systems’ Paul Weiden; and St Austell brewing director, Roger Ryman   St Austell Brewery has made a six-figure investment in XFlow filtration systems, designed to filter out even the...
Bath Ales’ Gem selected for Pieminister pies

Bath Ales’ Gem selected for Pieminister pies

Tristan Hogg, managing director of Pieminister, with Darren James, senior brewer at Bath Ales   Acclaimed pie maker Pieminister has selected Gem — Bath Ales’ flagship beer brand — as a key ingredient for its pies. The premium amber ale will be used by Pieminister in...

Big Job named champion bottled beer of Britain

Big Job from St Austell Brewery has been crowned champion bottled beer of Britain in a competition run by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). At 7.2% ABV, the beer is powerfully hopped with Citra and Centennial varieties, and made using Cornish barley. There is a...