Beers

Schiller | Golden Ale case (12 bottles)

A delicious Golden Ale. At 3.8% this is perfect for lunchtime drinking or on a hot Summer's day straight from the fridge. Under full sail from New York to Hamburg in 1875, the Schiller foundered on the Retarrier reef in thick fog. Only thirty seven of the three hundred and seventy two people on board survived but such was the effort made by Scillonians to rescue passengers that Germany spared the islands from attack during both World Wars. This delicious golden ale is best drunk in clear weather.

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Challenger | Best Bitter case (12 bottles)

A best bitter 4.2% for the more traditional ale connoisseurs. London-bound with her exotic fruit cargo, the Challenger struck rocks and sunk off Gunners Ledge in 1843. Although the crew of eight managed to row to Bryher, by doing so the whole island was put under quarantine. Our Challenger brew won't leave you feeling isolated!

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Association | IPA case (12 bottles)

A classic IPA at 4.5% best enjoyed on a summer afternoon, listening to some local live music. The Association, flagship of the British fleet, struck the Gilstone Ledge in 1707 and sank within three minutes. Three other ships foundered that same night with the loss of two thousand sailors.  This was described as the worst naval disaster of all time.

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T.W. Lawson | Porter case (12 bottles)

A smooth and easy drinking Porter at 4.5% this is a great accompaniment to a sunset drink on the islands On passage from Philadelphia to London in 1907, the majestic seven masted T. W. Lawson foundered off Shag Rock after her cables parted taking her cargo of ninety million litres of paraffin oil and all but two of her crew with her. We take great care not to include paraffin or any other artificial substances in our beer! Our T.W. Lawson is currently out of stock but will be back in the autumn!  

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