Cornish Chough Brewery is located at Lizard village making it the most southerly brewery on the UK mainland. Cornish Chough Brewery is named after the bird of the same name which had been in decline because of habitat loss and persecution. The last Chough disappeared from Cornwall in 1973. In 2001, there was a small influx of wild Chough’s to southern England and three birds stayed on the Lizard in Cornwall. Since 2002, the now famous pioneering pair has nested every year at this Southerly Point.
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. ABV 4.3%
Fire Raven pours a deep dark brown colour with a very nice tan coloured head. Aromas are nutty, with notes of heavily roasted malts, some light dark fruits, cocoa and mineral hops. This is a distinctive and full bodied Porter. ABV 4.7%
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.
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. BAV 4%
A rich amber colouring with an opulent malt and hop aroma and an underlying spice and fruit flavour. A classic and truly satisfying bitter ABV 4.8%