Cornish ales brewed by Treens
What's In A Name?
We are Simon and Sarah Treen. We both come from Cornish families, something we're immensely proud of.
Through using our local family name we aim to reflect that same pride in our new business.
Whilst awaiting the arrival our own brewing equipment we were lucky enough to be brewing at Black Rock Brewery.
Known as "Cuckoo Brewing" this arrangement has inspired the names of our first beers.
Our flagship best bitter. Originally named Cuckoo, as it was 'Cuckoo brewed' using Black Rock brewery but renamed now we are brewing it using our own equipment. This was a silver award winner at Falmouth Beer Festival 2016. A dark amber, malty bitter. Soft fruit flavours lead to a chocolate finish balanced with a spicy hop bitterness. A classic best bitter.
A Session IPA Crisp Golden ale full of hop character. Biscuity malt flavours under a citrus hop nose with a hint of spice. A thirst quenching and very sessionable ale, the latest addition to our core beer range.
Traditional Stout- full, rich and very dark. This was originally designed and made by Simon for stout-loving Sarah for our wedding, and proved so popular that we had to replicate it. Roasted malt flavours dominate with a smooth chocolate and coffee finish. Described by one landlord as “dangerously drinkable”, this is a beer to be savoured.
This warming winter ale is matured for a minimum of 6 weeks in our cellar to ensure a full and smooth flavour. Deep ruby, full-bodied strong malty ale. Plum and soft fruits dominate followed by a smooth roasted finish. This one proved very popular at last year's Falmouth beer festival, being the first Cornish beer to sell out.
Deep Ruby bitter with the powerful hop character of an IPA. Soft fruit flavours under an intense hop flavour. Bitter and sweet with a spicy nose and an intense bitter bite. This limited edition beer is not to be taken lightly.
As we grow we will be looking to introduce a range of seasonal beers and a few special releases along the way. Watch this space for future developments.