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St Austell

St Austell Admiral's Ale Editors Choice - Winner

St Austell Admiral's Ale
80An innovative beer using an especially created type of dark malt and no pale malt. American hops provide a delightfully fruity contrast.

St Austell Clouded Yellow

St Austell Clouded Yellow
73An interesting re-creation of a Bavarian weissbier, using vanilla pods, cloves and coriander to replicate the natural spicy, fruity flavours created by genuine weissbier yeast. Thinner and crisper tha...

St Austell Clouded Yellow

St Austell Clouded Yellow
79A well-balanced attempt to re-create weizenbier flavours through the addition of spices rather than using a wheat beer yeast. It's not very demanding or full flavoured but it's pleasant enough.

St Austell Proper Job

St Austell Proper Job
78A surprisingly golden-coloured, bottle-conditioned IPA, drawing inspiration from the American craft-brewed model rather than the maltier Burton-on-Trent school.

St Austell Smugglers Vintage Ale Recommended - Winner

St Austell Smugglers Vintage Ale
80A blend of a dark ale and an oak-aged barley wine, with coriander thrown in for good measure. The finish is perhaps a bit too oaky and dry, and a little more sweetness throughout would probably be of ...

St Austell Tribute

St Austell Tribute
75A pleasant quaffing ale with an American accent. Not that new in bottle, but recently repackaged.

A very British dish
Few things are as well matched as beer and curry, but is it as simple as that? Sally Toms finds out

Wonderful wheat
Ben McFarland looks at wheat beers in all their forms, and how to pair them with different dishes.

South West: Beer booming in Hardy country
The South West of England is associated with cider production but it has a thriving brewery industry too. Adrian Tierney-Jones acts as tour guide

Stays Sharp's to the bottom of the glass (St Austell)
Sharp's is challenging St Austell as Cornwall's biggest brewer. Roger Protz visited it

Scotland's biggest little brewery
Ben McFarland visits Harviestoun, a brewery at the forefront of craft brewing in Scotland.