Proper Job

Great British Food – July 2016 

“Fresh and hoppy with a lovely bitter finish, this is our IPA of choice for sunny days”

Daily Mail – July 2018

Olly Smith – “Widely available and wonderful. For a proper hoppy beer, it’s rocking refreshment”

Independent – July 2017

Roger Protz  - “St Austell Proper Job is one of the best of the new wave IPAs, made with Cornish-grown Maris Otter malting barley and American Cascade, Chinook and Willamette hops. Citrus fruit, spicy and floral hops and oatcake malt combine to make a wonderfully refreshing beer.”

Proper Job and Eureka

Food & Travel – July 2016 

“Craft beer continues its boom and we’re seeing more and more hit the market. Eureka American Pale Ale and Proper Job IPA from Cornwall are excellent…”

Independent.co.uk – June 2017

“10 best BBQ beers – we picked We picked out the most mouth-watering booze 'n' food pairings for the bibulous barbecue.

“IPAs were designed to serve under a hot Indian sun so will do a great job of helping you deal with the heat of the barbecue. The strong hop flavours and clean, malty base of modern IPAs, such as St Austell’s classic, go well with spicy food and are particularly suited to robust, fatty lamb dishes, with the bitterness helping bring out the unami flavours of the seared meat.”

Rashleigh, Tribute & The VC

Express Online - October 2016


The brewery received some great feedback from the Express, Including a lovely summary of the Rashleigh, Charlestown, Nice mentions of Tribute and the Visitor Centre as well as a special mention of our head brewer Roger Ryman!
 

Tribute

HELLO Magazine  – September 2016 

Tribute was served at Helen Glover and Steve Backshall's wedding.

The 30 Best Beers for Summer

The Telegraph - June 2016

"Sour beer to sip in the sunshine. A soft, juicy beer with apricot flavours contributed by the hops. It’s also noticeably – but subtly – flavoured with coriander and Cornish sea salt."

The best Fathers Day gift ideas

The Guardian - June 2016

The personalised bottle of Tribute has been featured in The Guardian’s online round up of the best Father’s Day presents. 

New Small Batch Brewery beers, Steady as she Gose and Kaffee Lager in Food and Drink news

i paper – June 2016

“St Austell Brewery has brought out two limited-edition beers which feature its malt blended with unusual ingredients. Steady As She Gose is a Leigzig-style wheat beer with samphire, Cornish Sea Salt and coriander; Kaffee Lager is a German coffee lager.”

St Austell triple pack featured in perfect summer beers for vegan’s feature

Vegetarian Living -  June 2016

“St Austell can proudly boast that their bottled, canned and kegged beers are all suitable for veggies and vegans. Their ales and lagers are flavoursome and well-rounded…”

Korev included as a must-try summer beer

AskMen.co.uk – June 2016

“A Cornish lager with soul. With a wonderful light pale colour, Korev – Cornish for lager – has a delicate bitter finish. It took St Austell more than 160 years to brew the perfect lager, but it was worth the wait. Clean, crisp and delicate, Korev it's ideal for summer sipping with a seaside view.”

Korev makes the list as one to try for a sporting night in

Daily Telegraph – May 2016

“If England’s your team, keep a cool head with a chilled Korev Lager. Made by St Austell Brewery, it’s an easy-drinking amber brew with a clean, crisp taste.”

 

 

 

Tribute featured as a ‘best buy’ for National Sandwich week

Regional titles across the country – May 2016

“Best of the south west... A superb Cornish classic, why not try a tankard of Tribute Ale the next time you tackle a Cornish pasty or ploughman's platter. Light and hoppy with orange and grapefruit flavours, balanced by biscuity malt, it's refreshingly good.”

Tamar Creek features in The ten best fruit beers to welcome in spring

Telegraph.co.uk – January 2016

“…the addition of whole cherries from a farm in the Tamar valley to a beer that has already been a year slumbering in oak casks produces an exceptionally complex drink. Think sour cherry fruitiness, the mellowness of oak, malt sweetness and a refreshing tartness. Marvellous.” 

 

 

 

Proper Job features in Craft Beer: the top ten beers to try

Telegraph.co.uk – May 2015

“Created by St Austell's visionary head brewer Roger Ryman, I think of this as a mid-Atlantic IPA. Its hop flavour is unmistakably American - big, resiny grapefruit and citrus - but it boasts Cornish-grown malt in a perfectly balanced beer that shows how brewing cultures influence each other.”

Smoking Guns featured as a ‘try’

The New Day – March 2015

“With a taste ‘like someone lightly beech-smoked a Crunchie bar’ according to beer writer Melissa Cole (er, yum), and an awesome name.”