Kor Dorgel (4%)
Deep golden with a white head, the aroma is of lemon and gentle malt. There is resinous hop on the palate, some lemon citrus notes and biscuity malt in the background. Gentle bitterness on the finish sees the lemon re-assert itself. There’s a slightly harsh hop in there, but I really liked the beer, Definitely have another. (25-05-2015)
A lovely, refreshing Pilsner, as good as St Austell Brewery’s Korev or Sharp’s Cornish Pilsner. Very clear, with a good body, it is crisp and hoppy, but with a good accompanying malt depth.
St Tudy Ale (4%)
Made for the St Tudy Inn, North Cornwall, with chef and proprietor Emily Scott playing a part in the brewing process. Copper coloured with an off-white head, the beer has a lot going on considering its ABV. With a full, smooth body date sweetness, rich dried fruit notes, a hint of smokiness and some gentle bitterness from the hops. (27-06-2016)