Tribute is a popular favourite in its South West heartland as well as being one of the fastest growing cask ale brands in the rest of the UK
India Pale Ale, 5.5%
Proper Job is an authentic IPA brewed with Cornish spring water and a single malt made from Cornish grown Maris Otter Pale barley
Cornish Lager, 4.8%
It took 160 years to get here, but we think this uniquely Cornish lager was worth the wait
Cornish Stout, 4.5%
Based on an original Cornish recipe Mena Dhu means Black Hill and is named after the farm that was owned by Walter Hicks, the founder of St Austell Brewery. This is a new generation stout that combines the best of the old with added complexity and refreshment.
American Pale Ale, 4.9%
The first of our Small Batch Brews, Eureka APA has now become one of our regular beers.
Strong Ale, 5.0%
HSD is full bodied strong and Cornish, brimming with a kaleidoscope of flavours
Double IPA, 7.2%
Big Job is a BIG beer, 7.2% alcohol, dry as a bone and jammed full of Cornish barley and as many Citra and Centennial hops as we could get our hands on
Black IPA, 6.0%
Black as night, but close your eyes and you're drinking a zesty IPA. Controversial? Of course not, just a wonderful beer!
Extra Special Bitter, 5.0%
This premium bottle conditioned ale has been uniquely brewed using our own Cornish Gold malt and locally grown barley
Bottle Conditioned Wheat Beer, 4.8%
Clouded Yellow is one of St Austell Brewery's most distinctive beers which is brewed in the Weissbier style and flavoured with cloves, coriander and maple syrup
Wheat Beer, 5.3%
Containing more Magnesium than bananas and more vitamins than oranges, the Eden project sourced baobab powder brings tropical citrus and fruit flavours that work perfectly in wheat beers.
Belgian Style Farmhouse Ale, 5.9%
Saison or 'Farmhouse Ale' is the term used for beer style that was produced on the farms of Wallonia in southern Belgium.
Abbey Tripel, 8.2%
Bad Habit is a Cornish brewed Abbey Tripel that deserves serious contemplation. A Tripel beer was traditionally the term used to describe a brewer's strongest beer.
Abbey Dubbel, 7.8%
Years of dedication to the monastic brews of the Low Countries have resulted in Cardinal Syn, an Abbey Dubbel brewed in Cornwall.