Past and Future Beers
This page shows past and future beers we have had or will have.
Possible future beers
The following are beers we are looking to take in the future so keep an eye out.
Pale & Fruity
Sharp's Brewery is releasing Atlantic Pale Ale, a new golden ale beer that will join the UK's No.1 cask ale, Doom Bar, as part of Sharp's portfolio in 2014.
Atlantic Pale Ale will be officially launched at the St Ives CAMRA Beer Festival on the 30th May, which Sharp's Brewery are sponsoring. Golden ale is the fastest growing category in cask beer, with volume sales increasing by 25.2% in March compared to a year ago.
Atlantic Pale Ale is the first permanent cask beer launched from Sharp's since 2005 when the brewer launched Eden Ale and the original premium strength 4.8% Atlantic IPA. Atlantic has also previously appeared as a Sharp's seasonal beer - when it has performed as the brewery's most popular seasonal beer ever.
Amber & Smooth
Light hop aroma with underlying malt. Easy drinking copper ale with a superb balance of citrus hops, malt and bitterness. Bitter finish is slow to develop but long to fade.
Castle Rock Harvest Pale
Pale & Fruity
Light coloued beer with a refreshing taste
Hobgoblin Gold 4.5%
Golden & Refreshing
Hobgoblin Gold is the latest beer carrying the little fella's moniker, and while Gold might be lighter in colour, it's definitely no lightweight. At 4.5% abv, the combination of four hop varieties and an infusion of wheat and malted barley has resulted in the perfect golden beer – with a huge hop punch.
Guilt edged golden refreshment. Well what did you expect?
Oakham - Citra
Pale & Refreshing
A light refreshing beer with pungent grapefruit, lychee and gooseberry aromas leading to a dry, bitter finish.
Oakhams - Endless Summer 3.4%
Pale & Refreshing
This light and refreshing summer beer begins with a fruity nose and taste before an endless wave of grapefruit and bitterness comes and wipes you out.
Pale & Refreshing
Lushingtons is a cool, hop-laden pale ale brewed using traditional methods with Cornish water; whole-flower Citra, Belma and Willamette hops; Cornish malted barley and wheat; and Skinner's unique yeast.
Bursting with fruit, within its bittersweet scent you'll pick up lime and mangoes with a little lychee. And its creamy texture contains a slight strawberry finish. Enjoy with white meats, fish or a 99.
It's said, somewhere way down south, in a cove between St Ives and Padstow, you'll find a perfect beach, where you can spend hazy, lazy summer days lying in the warm sun with good friends and not a care in the world. And, as the sun begins to sink into the sea, the only thing that could make life any better would be a glass of cool, hop-laden pale ale. This is the place and the moment that Lushingtons was brewed for.
Lushingtons' beautiful label has been created by A-Side, a dynamic Cornwall-based team of illustrators that has worked with pioneering South-West brands such as Origin Coffee Roasters, Dorset Cereals and the Port Eliot Festival.
St Austell - Tribute
Amber & Fruity
"Tribute is a magnificent example of a bronze coloured English bitter, with a rich aroma of biscuity malt and tart citrus fruit from the Willamette hops. Juicy malt, hop resins and tangy fruit coat the tongue, while the finish is long and lingering, with a fine balance between malt, hops and fruit, finally becoming dry and bitter."
Timothy Taylor - Landlord 4.3%
Amber & Refreshing
A hoppy, increasingly bitter finish compliments the background malt and citrus character of the full-flavoured and well-balanced amber ale.
Old ones we've had
The following beers are ones we have had but have no immediate plans to bring back just yet. Don't forget you can vote on all these beers and which will help us decide which ones to bring back
Amber & Bitter
Doom Bar Bitter embodies many characteristics which makes it worthy to carry the name of this natural wonder. It's distinctive aroma and very fine balance sets it truly apart from other beers taking unsuspecting first time drinkers by surprise with its moreish appeal. Doom Bar has achieved an international cult status, is considered one of the fastest growing beer brands in the UK and is the best selling locally produced beer in the entire South West region.
Oakham - JHB
Golden & Bitter
A golden beer whose aroma is dominated by hops that give characteristic citrus notes. Hops and fruit on the palate are balanced by malt and a bitter base. Dry, hoppy finish with soft fruit flavours.
Summer Lightning ABV 5%
Pale & Hoppy
A trendsetter in the brewing industry; the original Summer ale brewed all year round. An extremely pleasant bitter, straw coloured beer with a terrific fresh, hoppy aroma. This, coupled with an intense bitterness, leads to an excellent long, dry finish. Probably the beer to receive the most awards in Britain!
Summer Lightning has an ABV of 5%