Gold Rush (Crisp Golden Ale – 4%)
This is a refreshing, classic, crisp and complex beer, which will hopefully have you searching for more.
Appearance – Golden
Smell – Stoned Fruits, hints of Lemongrass
Taste – Apricot, Saffron and honey, with a lingering bitterness
Pioneer (Orange Wheat Beer – 4.2%)
A true summer beer, enjoy whilst crossing great expansive plains and mountain ranges… or a family barbeque. You’ll discover a refreshing and crisp beer, a classic wheat haze and definitely oranges.
Appearance – Hazy, pale yellow
Smell – Oranges and Mandarins
Taste – Oranges, with a bitter twist
Kennall Vale Pale (Hoppy Pale Ale – 4.3%)
Named after Ponsanooth’s number one tourist attraction (narrowly pipping our beer cafe), Kennell Vale, where many moons ago materials were extracted to make explosives for the mining industry. The idyllic valley inspired this easy-going, hoppy ale with some delicate, subtle spice flavours.
Appearance – Pale
Smell – Hoppy, mild sweetness and spice
Taste – Easy drinking, fresh, hoppy
TNT IPA (American Hopped IPA – 4.8%)
Here at DVBC we love the way the Americans do beer, so this is a real tribute to the good ol’ US of A, with big flavours coming from a trio of their finest hops.
Appearance – Light Amber
Smell – Citrus fruits with a hit of Apple blossom
Taste – Peaches and Grapefruit
Black Charge (Sweet Oatmeal Stout – 5%)
Smooth, sweet and with a hint of coffee, this will blow up your taste buds.
Appearance – Jet black with a light creamy head
Smell – Toffee and Coffee
Taste – Initial coffee notes give way to a creamy sweetness
Brian (Special Bitter – 5.0%)
As a small, independent brewery, we’ve relied on support and encouragement from day one and Brian Cumby was there from the start, truly believing that what we were doing was worthwhile. Sadly, Brian passed away in 2015, so we brewed a beer in his honour. This bold, rich and classic tasting ale is perfect after a long days hard work. Cheers Brian!
Appearance – Deep red
Smell – Roasted sweet nut aroma
Taste – Christmas fruits, caramel and a bitter finish
Splann (Cornish ESB – 6.3%)
Sometimes brewers need to brew something for themselves to keep them sane. Dom, our head brewer, wanted something strong and sweet, with little bitterness, but still a noticeable hop flavour. We coined the phrase ‘Cornish ESB’ for this strong, very drinkable, beer.
Appearance – Mahogany
Smell – Sweet, caramel
Taste – Sweet, caramel, subtle hop