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Part of Sharp’s Connoisseur’s Choice range designed to be served with food, Single Brew Reserve 2012 is brewed with Pale Ale and Carapils malts. The beer is first wort-hopped to a mild bitterness and then a large amount of Citra is added during a two month cold maturation. Released February 2013.
Part of Sharp’s Connoisseur’s Choice range of beers designed to be served with food, Spiced Red is a red ale brewed with coriander and a particularly fruity yeast Irish yeast strain. It is dry hopped in warm conditioning with Hallertauer Perle hops and spiced with coriander just before bottling.
Quadrupel’s informative back label says, it is brewed with pale, chocolate and crystal malts with Centennial, Hallertauer and Aurora hops. It is fermented with three yeast strains then matured on fresh Simcoe hops for a month at -1°C, it is then seeded with fourth strain for bottle conditioning.
Released April 2013 as the last of the Connoisseurs 2012 Vintage. Sharp’s head brewer, Stuart Howe, is apparently not a big fan of stout so set out to brew one which he and other drinkers would enjoy. The result being this bottle-conditioned stout ‘dry hopped’ with Fazenda Das Almas coffee beans.
This bottled conditioned English tripel is brewed using a yeast culture from a Belgian Trappist brewery with extra pale malt, Cornish honey, with Czech Saaz and Styrian hops, coriander and citrus peel.
The 2nd beer resulting from the partnership between Sharp’s Brewery and Eden Project, a Cornish charity and social enterprise. Brewed with English Thyme grown by the Eden Project as well as Pilsner malt, whole Saaz hops and Czech lager yeast, this pilsner is cold matured before bottle conditioning.
Sharps’ Single Brew Reserve is designed to profile what they consider the best hops from each year. In 2013 this fell to the Czech superhop Premiant, known as Super Saaz. This was brewed using whole Premiant hop flowers with Pale Ale and Caramel malts for two months before bottle conditioning.
Sharp's Atlantic Pale Ale is brewed using Pale Ale and Low Colour Caramalt malts with Cascade, Aurora, Citra and Simcoe hops. The beers name is a reference to Sharp’s brewery’s location on Cornwall’s Atlantic coast.