Sharp’s launches new pale ale


Sharp’s Brewery is introducing a new cask pale ale, paying testament to the differing Cornish coastline, ahead of the summer season, as the company celebrates 30 years of success.

The launch comes on the 30th anniversary of Sharp’s Brewery being founded in Rock. Since then, it has become the largest brewer of cask beer in the south west.

Sharp’s new 3.9% ABV cask pale – Twin Coast Session Pale Ale – is inspired by the Twin Coast peninsula in Cornwal and is “a crisp, bright a pale-gold ale with a citrus-hop aroma, giving it a refreshing, juicy taste, perfect for pale ale lovers who want a burst of hop from their pint”.

James Nicholls, marketing controller at Sharp’s, said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating 30 years of great brewing at our home in Rock, Cornwall, and what better way to mark the occasion than with the launch of our new Twin Coast Session Pale Ale. This year Twin Coast will be exclusively brewed in cask and like all our cask beer it will be all brewed right here in Cornwall.

“We wanted a beer to celebrate our love of our Cornish home and coastline so we’ve taken inspiration from the Twin Coast peninsula in Cornwall where we are able to easily hop between county’s mellower south coast and the rugged north edge. Twin Coast Session Pale Ale encapsulates the two contrasting coastlines, with mellow biscuity notes combining with a vibrant hoppy flavour that customers are sure to enjoy.”