Trelawny - an exciting new addition to St Austell Brewery’s permanent draught beer line-up – has been launched in Devon at the Plume of Feathers in Princetown, on Friday (17 June).
The first pint of Trelawny, which is brewed to a unique recipe with Galaxy hops, was pulled by Ian Dickinson, the Chairman of Plymouth CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale).
The new ale is a unique blend of traditional English Golding and specially imported Galaxy hops from Launceston, Tasmania, which harmonise to give Trelawny a distinctive character of the old and new worlds.
Locally grown barley is gently roasted to give this beer a classic burnished copper colour and a robust full body which belies its modest 3.8% ABV strength.
St Austell Brewery’s award-winning Head Brewer Roger Ryman said: “Peach and apricot notes denote the aroma, with hints of butterscotch and toffee apple. The taste is full, with toasted biscuit and jam being balanced by the mellow, yet assertive bitterness of tangy hops.
“We’ve had some very positive feedback already and I’m sure Trelawny will follow in the footsteps of Tribute and Proper Job to become a mainstay of pubs throughout the South West and beyond.”
Ian Dickinson, Chair of Plymouth CAMRA added: “St Austell Brewery is known for producing some of the finest real ales in the country, and Trelawny is a fantastic addition to their line-up, with lots of flavour in an excellent session ale.”
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