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Welcome From James Staughton Welcome From Roger Ryman A Guide To The Cellars & Bars The Top Bar Beers 1 to 76 The Bottom Bar Beers 77 to 126 The Old Rum Store Beers 127 to 166 The Food Bar Food served from 12noon to 9.30pm Live Music From 12noon to 10.30pm Visitor Centre Shop From 11.00am to 5.00pm St Austell Brewery Charitable Trust Our Sponsors £6 off When you spend £30 or more on food in a St Austell Brewery pub.

Welcome From James Staughton St Austell Brewery Managing Director


Welcome to the St Austell Brewery Celtic Beer Festival 2012 On behalf of my colleagues at the Brewery I would like to extend a warm welcome to you to our 14th Festival and my 14th year working behind the Top Bar on the 11am to 2pm shift pulling pints for thirsty customers. Well what a summer! The Diamond Jubilee, the European Football Championships and the Olympics all taking place during the wettest summer for 100 years. Although we had much to celebrate during the Olympics, trade was disappointing but sales of our ales led by Tribute continued to blaze a trail that is bucking the national sales trend of cask ales for yet another year. Exports to over fifteen countries around the world together with sales to supermarkets are now starting to make a significant contribution which is also encouraging. Following the spectacular Olympics we were proud to host eleven of the Team GB ladies rowing team including Cornish girls Helen Glover (Gold medallist) and Annie Vernon. As you can imagine that was another tough day in the office. I keep telling everyone I’m lucky enough to have the best job in the world – now there’s no doubt! Meanwhile on the pub front we have successfully completed major refurbishments at The Globe, Topsham and The Three Crowns, Chagford. We also bought five pubs from Enterprise Inns including our first pub in Bristol – The Albion in Clifton. The other four sites which we are delighted to welcome to our estate are The Blue Ball, Exeter; The Cornish Arms, Tavistock; The George, Plympton and The Rose and Crown, Yealmpton.

During the last few months we have started delivering direct to customers in Bristol and Bath and this is presenting us with some very exciting opportunities. Tribute is being well received by trade customers and consumers alike but, as importantly, so are all our other permanent ales – Dartmoor, Trelawny, Proper Job and HSD. If you believe in strength in numbers today’s Festival illustrates what a wealth of ales we have at our disposal. Congratulations to Roger and his team for brewing up such an amazing line-up of over thirty-five ales! All proceeds from the Festival will go towards the St. Austell Brewery Charitable Trust and this figure is typically in the region of £10,000. I am pleased to announce that our nominated charities for 2013 will be Macmillan Cancer Support and the Phoenix Stroke Appeal. Thank you as always for your generous support. Enjoy yourselves (responsibly) and best wishes for a Happy Christmas and prosperous 2013.

James Staughton, Managing Director

Welcome From James Staughton

St Austell Brewery Managing Director


Now the perfect Cornish lager....

...is available on draught

Welcome From Roger Ryman St Austell Brewery Head Brewer


Welcome back to the Brewery cellars and the 14th annual Celtic Beer Festival. 2012 has been a year of celebrations for Britain, what with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the first ever British win at the Tour de France and outstanding sporting success at the London Olympics and we are pleased to welcome you back to the Brewery cellars to celebrate another great British tradition – BEER!

for their outstanding efforts. More recently and a bit closer to home, both Admiral’s Ale and Proper Job won Gold medals in the beer category at the Taste of the West’s Product Awards 2012. Once again the last six weeks have seen a flurry of activity in our micro brewery and over 20 new recipes have been developed for your enjoyment. As I said before, today’s festival is about celebrating beer and whether you choose to try one of our new special brews or stick with your tried and tested Tribute, please enjoy the day and celebrate sensibly!

We launched Korev as the main lager at last year’s festival and sales have increased by more than 1600% since this time last year! Whilst we are justifiable proud of Korev’s success, cask ale production remains the priority of the brewing team and we are proud to feature Tribute as our lead beer of this year’s festival. In order to meet the ongoing popularity of Tribute and our other beers, we have now installed a new Cask Operations Plant (with improved cold cellar storage) which will allow the racking team to fill a firkin (9 gallon cask) in just 12 seconds, increasing our cask racking capabilities from 120 firkins to 300 firkins an hour. The facility has been designed around optimum energy efficiency, including solar panels which have generated over 45,000kW hours since they were installed one year ago, and is currently one of the largest and most efficient racking plants in the country.

Roger Ryman, Head Brewer

This year has also seen several awards being added to our already overflowing trophy cabinet, but two awards are of particular note. Back in March Tribute was named Regional Cask Ale of the Year 2012 at the Publican’s Supplier Awards in London, the biggest event in the pub industry’s calendar where the best suppliers to the pub trade are recognised

Welcome From Roger Ryman

St Austell Brewery Head Brewer


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Smoking Area

The smoking area is accessed from in front of the Top Bar.

The Bottom Bar Beers 77 to 126 The Old Rum Store Beers 127 to 166 Music Stage The Food Bar Food served from 12noon to 9.30pm Hospitality Bar VIP Tickets Only (Until 6pm)

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Please Note

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The Cellars

A Guide To The Bars


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Smokin’ Barrel

5.3% abv St Austell Brewery A dark and smokey amber ale. Brewed with malt smoked over beech wood.

Proper Black

1851 5.2% abv St Austell Brewery A strong golden ale, originally brewed to celebrate the sesquicentenary of St Austell Brewery.

Pack o’ Cards Ale 4.4% abv St Austell Brewery A traditional copper coloured bitter brewed for the Pack of Cards Inn, Coombe Martin.

High Maltage

5.8% abv St Austell Brewery Some neck-oil from our Engineering department!

Bucket of Blood

Hope & Glory 4.6% abv St Austell Brewery A light and golden fruity ale to celebrate the Queen’s diamond jubilee.

Big Job Double IPA

Dear Boy 4.9% abv St Austell Brewery A robust beer with a flourish of malt & aromatic hops, by brewery liaison officer Gerry Bazin.

Dartmoor Best Bitter

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The Top Bar Beers 1 to 11

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Smugglers Vintage Ale 6.0% abv St Austell Brewery A classic blend of barrel aged barley wine and strong old ale. 5.0% abv St Austell Brewery A contradiction in terms. Black as stout, but close your eyes and this beer is pure IPA.

St Austell Brewery A rich, ruby red spooky beer to celebrate Halloween.

4.5% abv

9.0% abv St Austell Brewery If a job’s worth doing, it’s worth overdoing! A massively hopped double IPA. 3.5% abv St Austell Brewery English bitter with hints of caramel and English Golding hops, brewed in St Austell since 1994.


Trelawny 3.8% abv St Austell Brewery Amber session bitter with malt, peach and apricot aromas from Galaxy and English Endeavour hops.

Proper Job

4.5% abv St Austell Brewery US hop varieties give full grapefruit and citrus flavour to this ‘proper’ IPA.

Black Prince

4.0% abv St Austell Brewery Rich, malty and toffee aromas feature in this full bodied dark mild.

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St Austell Brewery Crafted each year for Christmas, this special brew of Tribute is full and malty with a fruity aroma.

4.4% abv St Austell Brewery A golden, fruity and hoppy ale, with just a hint of sweetness.

5.2% abv

Admiral’s Ale 5.0% abv St Austell Brewery Award winning malt strong amber ale, brewed exclusively with locally grown Cornish Gold malt.

Nicholson’s Pale Ale 4.0% abv St Austell Brewery The perfect balance of malt and hops, brewed exclusively for the Nicholson’s estate of pubs. Gold Rush

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Tribute 4.2% abv St Austell Brewery Our best seller, golden, full and delicate malt with citrus hoppy flavour and finish. Tribute Extra

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1913 Original Stout 4.5% abv St Austell Brewery Recreated from our brewing journal of 1913 it has dark roast and a hint of smokiness. Hop Harvest Pale Ale

3.8% abv St Austell Brewery A light golden Pale Ale with a firm bitterness and crisp edge, brewed with fresh cut Sovereign hops.

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Broon Dog Brown Ale 4.7% abv St Austell Brewery Brewed in the style of a North Eastern brown ale, strong, malty sweet with restrained bitterness.

The Top Bar

Beers 12 to 23


Indian Pale Ale 5.2%

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BEST ENDEAVOUR Worcestershire Hops 4.3%

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Jester English IPA 4.5% abv St Austell Brewery Jester hops are a new trial variety of English hops. This brew tests out this promising variety. Best Endeavour 4.3% abv St Austell Brewery Fresh Endeavour hops from Worcestershire. A full sweet beer with toffee and a hint of pears. Ruby Jack Red Ale

4.5% abv

Bad Habit

8.5% abv St Austell Brewery Golden Triple were first perfected by the brothers at the Westmalle Abbey near Antwerp. Our Cornish interpretation require serious contemplation!

FRANZISKA’S

ROSTOCK BOCK 8 . 0 % ABV

St Austell Brewery Brewed by Nick Orton to honour 19th Century boxing champion Bob Fitzsimmons or ‘Ruby Jack.’

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Cardinal Syn

8.0% abv

St Austell Brewery A beer of this strength and character will stand up to being served chilled and lightly carbonated. St Austell Brewery Brewed with Trappist yeast; a rich and complex monastic brew in the style of Belgian monks.

The Top Bar Beers 24 to 34

James’s Flemish Style Red 6.0% abv St Austell Brewery Brewer James Vincent takes all year to carefully blend the Flemish style red. An aged beer with acidic notes balanced by raspberries & cherries.

To The Lef-t 7.0% abv St Austell Brewery Pale blonde Belgian style beer with an aroma of bananas. Proper Cool

Rostock Bock 8.0% abv St Austell Brewery Genuine north German style Bock Bier, brewed by our German brewing student, Franziska Kell.

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Hell Up Alt Bier 5.6% abv St Austell Brewery Alt beers are dark lager style beers that originate from Düsseldorf. This one has been brewed by Dean Kitley and Rob Orton. Dean is an army child who also holds a German passport. Draught Korev Lager 4.8% abv St Austell Brewery It’s taken us 160 years to create the perfect Cornish lager, but we think you’ll agree it’s been worth the wait. Korev simply means ‘beer’ in Cornish.


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Thatchers Cider, Somerset

Twice a Knight

4.8% abv

Gorge Best

4.0% abv

Totty Pot

4.5% abv

Hoptimum IPA

6.3% abv

Montol

4.1% abv

Exmoor Gold

4.5% abv

Exmoor Dark

4.2% abv

Chough Ale

4.0% abv

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Atlantic Gold

5.0% abv

Gem

4.1% abv

Barnsey

4.5% abv

Topsail

4.0% abv

Bays Gold

4.3% abv

Flora Dayz

4.0% abv

Dockside Dark

5.2% abv

Butcombe Bitter

4.0% abv

Pale Ale No. 2

6.0% abv

Rare Breed

4.2% abv

Porter No. 1

5.5% abv

Atlantic Brewery, Newquay

Bath Ales, Bristol

Bath Ales, Bristol Bays Brewery, Paignton Bays Brewery, Paignton

Blue Anchor, Helston Butcombe Brewery, Wrington

Butcombe Brewery, Wrington

Coastal Brewery, Redruth Driftwood Spars, St Agnes

Exmoor Ales, Wiveliscome Exmoor Ales, Wiveliscome Frys Brewery, Launceston Gloucester Brewery, Gloucester Harbour Brewing Co, Bodmin

Harbour Brewing Co, Bodmin

The Top Bar

Beers 35 to 54


IPA

5.0% abv

Harry’s

4.6% abv

Chocolate Stout

9.0% abv

Helene Wheat

5.3% abv

Black Boar

4.8% abv

80/-

5.0% abv

Celtic Kernow King

4.6% abv

Pitchfork

4.3% abv

Tally Ho

5.5% abv

Easy Street Cream

5.0% abv

Magik

4.2% abv

Winter Berry

4.8% abv

Frenchman’s Creek

4.6% abv

Project Wheatcore

4.8% abv

IPA

3.3% abv

Jingle Knocker

5.2% abv

Bitter

4.0% abv

Porthleven

4.8% abv

Arthur’s Ale

4.4% abv

Harbour Brewing Co, Bodmin

Harbour Brewing Co, Bodmin Hogswood Brewery, Mithian Hogswood Brewery, Mithian JC & RH Palmer, Bridport Keltek Brewery, Redruth Lizard Ales, Coverack

Paradise Brewery, Hayle

Paradise Brewery, Hayle

Beast of Bodmin Moor 4.0% abv

Penpoint Brewery, Altarnun

Trink

Penzance Brewing Co, Crowlas

The Top Bar Beers 55 to 76

5.2% abv

Quercus Brewery, Churchstow Rebel Brewing Company, Penryn

Rebel Brewing Company, Penryn RCH Brewery, Minehead RCH Brewery, Minehead Sharp’s Brewery, Rock Sharp’s Brewery, Rock

Skinner’s Brewery, Truro Skinner’s Brewery, Truro

Tintagel Brewery, Tintagel

Elves Bells

5.0% abv Wooden Hand Brewery, Grampound Road


Mahou

5.6% abv

Erdinger Weiss

5.2% abv

Carlsberg Pilsner

3.8% abv

Guinness

4.1% abv

Carlsberg, Spain Erdinger, Germany

World Beers and Lagers

Carlsberg, Northampton

Leffe Blonde

6.6% abv

Hoegaarden Wit

4.8% abv

Stone IPA

6.8% abv

Levitation IPA

AB InBev, Leuven, Belgium AB InBev, Leuven, Belgium

Diageo, Dublin, Ireland

St Austell Brewery Ale and Lager Dartmoor Best Bitter

3.5% abv

4.4% abv

Trelawny

3.8% abv

Pinstripe Red

5.2% abv

Tribute

4.2% abv

Steel Toe Stout

5.4% abv

Proper Job

4.5% abv

Harvest Ale

6.7% abv

HSD

5.0% abv

Kolsch

5.0% abv

Draught Korev Lager

4.8% abv

Stone Brewing, San Diego, California Stone Brewing, San Diego, California

SKA Brewing, Colorado

SKA Brewing, Colorado

Sierra Nevada, Chico, California

Sierra Nevada, Chico, California

St Austell Brewery

St Austell Brewery St Austell Brewery

St Austell Brewery St Austell Brewery St Austell Brewery

The Bottom Bar

Beers 77 to 94

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Irish Ales & Lager

Scottish & Welsh Cask Ales

O’Hara’s Red 4.3% abv Carlow Brewing Co, County Carlow, Ireland

Black Cuillin

4.5% abv

O’Hara’s Stout 4.3% abv Carlow Brewing Co, County Carlow, Ireland

Pundie

5.0% abv

Galway Hooker IPA

Red Rye

4.5% abv

Crean’s Lager 4.6% abv Dingle Brewing Co, County Kerry, Ireland

Barney’s Beer, Edinburgh, Scotland

Volcano IPA

5.0% abv

Raj IPA

3.8% abv

Brockville

5.5% abv

4.4% abv Galway Brewing Co, County Galway, Ireland

Draught Cider 6.0% abv

Strongbow

4.5% abv

Thatchers Gold

4.8% abv

Thatchers Pear

4.8% abv

Heineken UK (Bulmers), Somerset

Thatchers Cider, Somerset Thatchers Cider, Somerset

Inveralmond, Perth, Scotland Barney’s Beer, Edinburgh, Scotland

Tryst Brewery, Larbert, Scotland

Rattler

Healey’s Cyder Farm, Cornwall

Isle of Skye, Uig, Isle of Skye, Scotland

Tryst Brewery, Larbert, Scotland

Wildcat 5.1% abv Cairngorm Brewery, Aviemore, Scotland Cock ‘o the Walk

4.3% abv

Independence

3.8% abv

Ossian

4.1% abv

Williams Brothers, Alloa, Scotland Inveralmond, Perth, Scotland

Inveralmond, Perth, Scotland

The Bottom Bar Beers 95 to 112


Thrappledouser

4.3% abv

Cwrw Gaeaf

Lia Fail

4.7% abv

Sampson’s Jack

Twilight Beacons

4.0% abv

Inveralmond, Perth, Scotland Inveralmond, Perth, Scotland Brecon Brewing, Brecon, Wales

4.2% abv

Red Beacons

5.0% abv

Genesis 2:1

6.0% abv

Myrica Gale

4.1% abv

Ding Dong

4.4% abv

Brecon Brewing, Brecon, Wales Brecon Brewing, Brecon, Wales

Purple Moose, Gwynedd, Wales Monty’s Brewery, Powys, Wales

Saison

5.5% abv

Golden

4.2% abv

Welsh Pale Ale

4.0% abv

Otley Brewery, Glamorgan, Wales Celt Experience, Caerphilly, Wales Cerddin, Bridgend, Wales

4.7% abv

4.2% abv Gower Brewery, Llanridhidian, Wales

Challenger

Kingstone, Monmouthshire, Wales

Gold Beacons

Brecon Brewing, Brecon, Wales

Tomos Watkins, Swansea, Wales

4.0% abv

Regional Brewer of the Year 2012 Publican’s Supplier Awards

Regional Cask Ale of theYear 2012 Publican’s Supplier Awards

Europe’s Best IPA Pale Ale World Beer Awards

World’s Best Premium Pale Ale World Beer Awards

WINNER

WINNER

WINNER

WINNER

The Bottom Bar

Beers 113 to 126


Proper Job

4.5% abv

Nicholson’s Pale Ale

4.0% abv

St Austell Brewery

4.2% abv

Tribute Extra

5.2% abv

HSD

5.0% abv

Admiral’s Ale

5.0% abv

St Austell Brewery

St Austell Brewery St Austell Brewery

The Old Rum Store Beers 127 to 145

4.7% abv

St Austell Brewery

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4.5% abv Indian Pale Ale 5.2%

4.3% abv

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BEST ENDEAVOUR Worcestershire Hops 4.3%

4.3% abv

Broadside

4.7% abv

XXXB

4.8% abv

Batemans Brewery, Wainfleet

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Ghostship

Adnams Brewery, Southwold Adnams Brewery, Southwold

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3.5% abv

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3.8% abv

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Bitter

3.8% abv

Scarlet Macaw

4.4% abv

Black Dog Double

6.5% abv

Green Devil

6.0% abv

Tiger

4.2% abv

English Ale

4.0% abv

ESB

5.5% abv

Nero-7 Black IPA

7.4% abv

London Porter

5.4% abv

Icknield Gold

4.1% abv

IPA Reserve

5.4% abv

6x

4.3% abv

Old Golden Hen

4.1% abv

Henry’s Original IPA

3.6% abv

Old Hooky

4.6% abv

Citra

4.6% abv

Cotswold Lion

4.1% abv

Inferno

4.4% abv

Dissolution IPA

5.0% abv

Flagship

5.3% abv

JHB

3.8% abv

Black Sheep Brewery, Masham Elgood’s Brewery, Wainfleet Everards Brewery, Leicester

Fuller, Smith & Turner, Chiswick Fuller, Smith & Turner, Chiswick Greene King, Bury St Edmunds

Greene King, Bury St Edmunds

Hook Norton Brewery, Hook Norton Hook Norton Brewery, Hook Norton Kirkstall Brewery, Leeds Oakham Ales, Peterborough

Oakham Ales, Peterborough Oakham Ales, Peterborough

Salisbury Brewery, Salisbury Thwaites Brewery, Blackburn Tring Brewery, Tring

Wadworth & Co, Devizes Wadworth & Co, Devizes

Oakham Ales, Peterborough Oakham Ales, Peterborough Hook Norton Brewery, Hook Norton

The Old Rum Store

Beers 146 to 166


From 12noon to 9.30pm Large Soft Floured Baps

£3.00

8” Pork Sausage

£3.00

Tribute Pasties

£3.00

Cheese & Onion Pasties

£3.00

Pork Scratchings

£1.00

Roast chicken, marinated in tandoori sauce with a cooling raita. or Roast leg of pork with homemade apple and cider sauce. A classic hot dog with caramelised onions. Specially made with our award winning ale. Made with mature Cheddar cheese. Specially made for the beer festival.

With Thanks To All Our Food Sponsors

The Food Bar

Available In The Old Rum Store


Live Music & DJs Throughout The Day 12.00pm

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12.30pm

Jamie Rendle

12.50pm

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1.20pm

Louella Jade Eke

1.40pm

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2.25pm

Straw Dogs

2.45pm

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3.15pm

The Moneyshot

3.30pm

to

4.15pm

The Bell Jars

4.35pm

to

5.20pm

Mowtown Pirates

5.45pm

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6.30pm

Blues Busters

6.55pm

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7.40pm

Even Nine

8.00pm

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9.00pm

Love Gap

9.30pm

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10.30pm

Wille & The Bandits

*Please note stated times are approximate and may vary during the day.

Live Music

In The Old Bond


St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre

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COME & SEE US TODAY! IN THE FOYER 10am to 5pm

SHOP, BAR & TOURS Our Brewery shop and warehouse stocks a great range of wines, spirits, clothin g, gifts and of course all our St Austell bot tled beers - all at special prices.

VISITING

We are open six days a week all year round with guided tours running every two hours. Monday to Friday: 10am to 5:30pm

(Tours run between 10am and 4pm).

Saturdays: 10am to 4pm

(Tours run between 10am and 2pm).

Please note there are steep staircases and low ceilings in the brewery, so the tour is not suitable for people with some disabilities. However all visitors are welcome to come into the museum, shop and Hicks Bar.

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The Trust supports charities, good causes and individuals in need in our communities. Here are just a few thank yous we have received... “Thank you very much for supporting our Lifeline to the Word project with your generous grant of £620. Your grant will enable 2 people in Cornwall to benefit from one of our specially adapted Sonata sets.” British Wireless for the Blind Fund “Thank you for the cheque your Charitable Trust so kindly donated to Headway, Cornwall for the sum of £500. This will help towards our continuing running costs of the service we provide to brain injured and stroke survivors in Cornwall.” Headway, Cornwall

Every penny of profit from the Beer Festival goes back to the community, so thank you for coming, thank you for your continued support and thank you for helping us to help others.

“To everyone at the Brewery, thank you for helping me to have my rain cover and basket for my pushchair. It keeps me nice and dry and helps Mummy to put her shopping in the basket.” Joel Godfrey – aged 3, disabled since birth

If you would like to nominate a good cause or charity, or would like further information about the trust, please contact us at St Austell Brewery Charitable Trust, 63 Trevarthian Road, St Austell, PL25 4BY or on trust@staustellbrewery.co.uk.

“I’d like to express my gratitude for the generous support CLIC Sargent has received from St Austell Brewery Charitable Trust. Thanks to your support, last year we were able to help two of every three children and young people with cancer who needed us.” CLIC Sargent

St Austell Brewery Charitable Trust

Helping Others Across The South West


Bray Leino Brian Etherington Butcher Chaffins Food Service Charles Faram & Co Close Brewery Rentals Cornwall Cooling Crantock’s Cummins & Pope Dobles Quality Foods Global Brands Halewood International Kammac Lorne Stewart PLC Lovingtons Ice Cream Magners Miller Brands Molson Coors Mr Meats Nationwide Print Octane One & All Security Parc Signs PHI Projects Ltd Rawlings & Sons Red Bull Richards Fruit & Veg SSE Contracting Ltd St Austell Print Trevor Crane Tuckers Maltings Wild Card

Thank You To All Our Sponsors

Who Kindly Donated To The Charitable Trust This Year


Atlantic Inn

Harbour Inn

Old Custom House

Rashleigh Arms

Central Inn

Holmbush Inn

Old Market House

Ship

County Arms

Hope & Anchor

Old Success Inn

Ship Inn

Fort Inn

Lifeboat Inn

Oystercatcher

Shipwrights

Globe

Masons Arms

Pedn-Olva Hotel

Three Crowns

Great Western Hotel

Norway Inn

Port William

Visitor Centre

St Mary’s, Isles of Scilly Newquay Truro

Newquay Topsham Newquay

Porthleven St Austell

Hope Cove St Ives

Branscombe

Perranarworthal

Padstow Brixham

Sennen Cove Polzeath St Ives

Tintagel

St Austell

Plymouth Mousehole Padstow

Chagford

St Austell

Terms & Conditions: Offer closes 28th February 2013. Excludes Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, Bank Holidays and Valentine’s Day. Only available during normal food service hours. £30 must be spent on food in any one sitting to claim £6 off. No photocopies accepted. Not to be used in conjunction with other offers. Cash value £0.001p. May only be redeemed in any of the outlets listed. Promoter reserves the right to amend or withdraw the offer without prior notice. Promoter: St Austell Brewery, 63 Trevarthian Road, St Austell, PL25 4BY. www.staustellbrewery.co.uk


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St Austell Brewery Charitable Trust Every penny of profit from the Beer Festival goes to help local charities. Thank you for coming and thank you for your continued support.

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Please Drink Responsibly

Please drink sensibly, enjoy the day and please be considerate of our neighbours when you leave.

First Aid

If you require first aid, please contact a member of the security team or bar staff.

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Celtic Beer Festival Programme 2012  

Celtic Beer Festival Programme 2012

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Celtic Beer Festival Programme 2012

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