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St Austell Brewery has a new seasonal ale

An ale with a seasonal theme, Spring Fever, is available on draught throughout April and May, made at St Austell Brewery, which is just along the coast from our hotel near Fowey.



The amber coloured ale, Spring Fever, is at 4.1% alcohol volume and is brewed using centennial hops from the USA and Sienna malt that creates an intense tropical flavour to it, with a hint of toffee.

The ale was originally created for the Celtic Beer Festival last year, and the small batch produced proved so popular, that brewing team leader Rob Orton stepped up the production to release Spring Fever to a wider audience this year during April and May.

The head brewer at St Austell Brewery, Roger Ryman, said: "With the winter behind us and the sun out we're all feeling the change in the season. The South West is glorious at this time of year and it's great to be out and about. Spring Fever is a fruity, rich, golden coloured beer with a full, balanced flavour and is created to enjoy with good honest pub food while soaking up the early summer sunshine in the beer garden."

Spring Fever is just one of many award-winning ales that St Austell's Brewery produces. Over the next couple of months, it will be available in pubs across the South West. If you're staying at our luxury hotel near Fowey, why not take a trip to one of the local pubs and treat yourself to some delicious local ale?

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Photo by: Max Howell

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