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A golden, light and hoppy session beer. 4.2 % ABV is very popular in the West Country where it is the summer drink of choice for discerning real ale enthusiasts, while 3.8% suits the London market.
A dark amber hue and an initial malty flavour with a citrus after taste. The 4.8% ABV Special brew has proved very popular and is now a regular feature of Tintagel Brewery's suite of real ales .
Full bodied malt flavours, light citrus tones and a rich amber colour, mark Cornwall’s Pride as a refreshing quaffing beer inspired by Tintagel itself – the home of King Arthur.
With a good balance between Hops and Malt, Muddle is a refreshing strong amber bitter. 5.2% ABV
Just like the man himself, dark and lively Poldark Ale is softly fruity with a slightly bitter background and a robust hoppy aroma. 4.5%
Latest addition in 2013, a 5.8% IPA, a tasty strong Mild, a little darker than the usual but verypopular on its first outing, tasting notes to follow.
High up on the hills above Tintagel lies Condolden Farm, the highest Farmhouse in Cornwall. Now we feel the benefit of that height as our own wind turbine starts production!
The pure spring water here is 852 feet above the sea at Trebarwith Strand.
A redundant milking parlour on the Farm has been converted into Tintagel Brewery and a suite of classic real ales has been developed for Cornwall to enjoy.
All the beers are made with our own Pure Spring water and wet yeast, another great mark of quality. With English Malts and hops, they hold their head well and have a refreshing sparkle in their character that come from cask conditioning.
A pale brown beer combining the character of both a best bitter and a golden ale. Marmalade citrus hop on the nose leads to a powerful citrus fruit and hop bitterness in the mouth but with a distinct malt balance. Malt fades in the finish, with persistent fruity bitterness and rising dryness.
3.8% ABV another recent addition to the Tintagel Brewery range. A Cornish Mild, successfully trialled in May 2011 and now available in May every year and as a Special at other times - always worth asking for.