Brewed in the heart of Cornwall, the new bitter is crafted from British hops, Maris Otter barley and Cornish spring water. It has plenty of toffee and biscuit flavours, with a hint of bitterness on the finish.
Brunning & Price has more than 60 pubs across the UK, each with its own unique style and flavour. Named pub group of the year four times by the Good Pub Guide, all of Brunning & Price’s pubs are relaxed, friendly and home to quality cask beers and freshly cooked food.
Tom Fletcher, operations director at Brunning & Price, said: “Our Brunning & Price branded house ale has always been a really important part of our pubs’ experience, and so it was vital to select the right brewing partner for this new beer.
‘A well-balanced cask beer’
“We’re confident our new Traditional Bitter will be well received by our customers — a well-balanced cask beer that’s full of flavour. St Austell Brewery is long-established and well respected, so we’re excited to be collaborating on our latest beer offering, which will be available across our family of pubs in the south of England.”
Roger Ryman, brewing director at St Austell Brewery, added: “Cask ale is an unsurpassable part of any pub’s offering, and with more choice than ever, we were delighted to be picked by Brunning & Price to brew its Traditional Bitter.
“Great cask beer, served in perfect condition, has few rivals, and we hope the new beer will go down a treat in the pubs it’s served in across the south of England.”