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|Drinks - Atlantic Brewery |
Telephone: 0870 042 1714
PURE ORGANIC ALES HAND BREWED IN CORNWALL
The Atlantic Brewery began with a clear vision... to produce the purest quality ales without compromise. We now brew three beers of distinct character.
Atlantic Red Organic Celtic Ale
Atlantic Gold Organic Summer Ale
Atlantic Blue Organic Dark Ale
Each one is wholly organic, bottle conditioned, three months premium matured and suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Atlantic Brewery’s home is an 18th century farmhouse situated just a few miles from the beautiful North Cornish coast near Newquay and the spectacular Atlantic ocean.
After many years of research and development we were officially established in January 2005 as a pilot brewery to refine the recipes and perfect our range of three organic ales. Early success led to starting full commercial production in November 2005 with a brewery specifically designed and installed for us by the amazing Dave Porter at PBC Ltd. Our beers are all hand made and produced completely on site, which includes hop growing and oasting, special malt roasting and all bottling and packaging. Each brew begins with pure Cornish water drawn fresh from our own spring and uses the finest organic barley and wheat malts produced by Warminster Maltings.
We now brew with our own organic hops after last years trial harvest proved a great success, even though some said it couldn’t be done in Cornwall. The old field has been certified organic, so our next harvest of First Gold and Fuggles will help give our ales even more of a unique character.
Achieving the Soil Association's full organic certification in February 2006 was an important milestone for us and we take great pride in maintaining those high standards with every beer we brew.
We produce only premium quality real ale that is naturally brewed and certified 100% organic by the Soil Association. Our ales are all bottle conditioned, a process which has long been considered to produce superior beer. Basically that means all the good stuff is kept in the beer when it is bottled. This includes a small amount of live yeast which allows the beer to continue fermenting as it conditions, and produces a completely natural carbonation. We prefer to keep the heart and soul in our ales, so we do not filter or pasteurise them like most other breweries do today. The beer clears naturally, creating a thin layer of sediment which should be left in the bottle when pouring.
After primary fermentation the beer is bottled by hand at the brewery and then stored for three months to mature, letting the flavours develop and blend over time, which gives our ales their full-bodied and distinctive character.
THE FINEST INGREDIENTS
Our beer is brewed with organic malts made in Wiltshire by Warminster Maltings, who are Britain’s oldest working floor maltings. Their hand crafted malts use the same tools and methods employed more than 100 years ago, and are made from Maris Otter barley that is widely acknowledged to produce the finest brewing malt in the world. So with spring water, our organic hops and a traditional English ale yeast being the only other ingredients in our beers, you can be sure you won’t find a purer ale.
Creation date : 08/10/2008 @ 21:32
Last update : 08/10/2008 @ 21:32
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