Brewed by Electrical Engineer and keen home-brewer Lee Walker, Chevalier is part of the Showcase Series and is all about the malt. An old variety of barley that died out in the early 1900s, Chevalier has been re-seeded and revived by Crisp Maltings, a classic, old style English malt for a classic English bitter.
With that in mind, what else would we use to hop up this ale other than Goldings, itself one of the oldest hop varieties with roots dating back as far as the 1790s. A quintessentially British hop, Goldings offer the classic, gentle aromas that English hops can bring to a brew, especially when used for bittering and late-hopping.
Coming in at 4.1%, Chevalier is a perfectly balanced session ale in an old English style.


Grassy, Earthy, Floral

Biscuit, Toffee

Chevalier, Crystal


3 /5
3 /5

This beer contains barley malt

St Austell cask ales, in line with the vast majority of other cask ales produced in the UK, are clarified by the addition of isinglass finings to the beer in the cask. 
As isinglass finings are derived from fish collagen, cask ales are not suitable for vegans or vegetarians.