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    Cornish Chough Brewery – Cadgwith Crabber

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    Cadgwith Crabber 4.3% Deep Golden Ale

    Cadgwith Crabber is a beautifully balanced golden premium beer with citrusy undertones, a clean refreshing finish and a light fruity aftertaste. The beer is extremely moorish.

    (bottle conditioned so contains sediment, allow to settle before serving)

     

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    Cornish Chough Brewery – Kilcobben IPA

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    Kilcobben IPA 5.0%

    Its aroma contains hints of herbs with a slight sweetness. The ale is a refreshing crisp drink, which is gently hoppy, and has a citrusy and cinnamon undertone.

    (bottle conditioned so contains sediment, allow to settle before serving)

     

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    Cornish Chough Brewery – Kynance Blonde

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    Kynance Blonde 4.2% Blonde Ale

    This blonde ale is named after the famous Kynance Cove which is in close proximity to where the young Cornish Choughs make their first attempts to fly. The Cove and surrounding coastline is a world famous beauty spot renowned for its limpid lagoons and fantastic rock formations.

    A well balanced malt and hop aroma with a crisp palate and stringent roundness of flavour. Extremely good served chilled as a refreshing summer ale.

    (bottle conditioned so contains sediment, allow to settle before serving)

     

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    Cornish Chough Brewery – Lizard Storm

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    Lizard Storm 4.8%

    Lizard is the UK mainland’s most southerly point. The waters around the Lizard Peninsula are famed for their treacherous stormy seas which have claimed many a vessel.

    The name Lizard is derived from the Cornish name Lys Ardh meaning “high court”). It is purely coincidental that most of the peninsular is composed of a rock called Serpentine.
    Historically the waters around the peninsular has been known as the “Graveyard of Ships”

    A rich amber colouring with an opulent malt and hop aroma and an underlying spice and fruit flavour. A classic and truly satisfying bitter

    (bottle conditioned so contains sediment, allow to settle before serving)

     

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    Cornish Chough Brewery – Serpentine

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    Serpentine 4.0%

    Named after the rock on which the brewery stands. Serpentine is only found on the Lizard Peninsula.

    Serpentine is one of the rocks thrust up from underneath the crust, which was rich in iron and magnesium. When the Rheic Ocean crust became what is now Cornwall, peridotite, was changed to serpentinite, or serpentine – one of the Lizard’s most beautiful rocks. Serpentine was made fashionable in the 19th century when Queen Victoria visited the area and commissioned a table made from Serpentine for Osbourne House on the Isle of Wight.

    It has a big malty nose, a bittersweet palate and a finish balanced by rich malt and tangy hops. The beer is light ruby in colour and at its best served at room temperature.

    (bottle conditioned so contains sediment, allow to settle before serving)

     

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    Cornish Orchards Heritage Cider 500ml

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    A refreshing, gently sparkling cider with the ripe fruit flavours of windfall apples.

    The unique, complex blend of full-bodied English cider apples and traditional varieties, such as Cornish Longstem and Tommy Knight, create a cider that is a true celebration of heritage, tradition and biodiversity.

     

    5% abv.
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    Cornish Orchards Vintage Cider 500ml

    £2.95

    A connoisseur’s cider, medium dry and lightly sparkling. Created from apples selected for their soft tannins and traditional flavour. This classic cider is matured over the winter months, to bestow vintage qualities.

    Serve cool to enjoy the full flavours. Ideal partnered with a roast or a hearty platter of cheese.

     

    7.2% abv.

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