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63 Trevarthian Road, St Austell, PL25 4BV Cornwall, England United Kingdom
Launched in 2006, St Austell’s IPA is made with Cornish spring water and locally grown, again Cornish, Maris Otter barley. This is hopped with Willamette, Cascade, Chinook hops.
Designed to fill a perceived gap in the market for something between bland beers and sweet ciders, the founders of this flavoured lager, Jesse and Tom, christened it Urban due to...
The co-founders of this beer Jesse and Tom were on a ski trip together in the Alps when they realised there was a gap in the UK market for something that sat between bland beers...
Brewed in the Spring using Cornish grown barley (Cara Gold and Crystal Cornish) with Perle, Hersbrucker and Saaz hops.
With the cocktail renaissance came bartenders rediscovery of aromatic bitters, their use driven by calls for drips and dashes in dusty old books. Back
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