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Report - Redruth Brewery 1/02/2010

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by djflava, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. djflava

    djflava Doped up on Thorozine
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    Visited with Dangerous dave great little explore and well worth checking out if your in the area.


    Redruth Brewery in Redruth was founded by William Davey in 1742 when the town was the centre of the world copper and tin mining industry. Demand for the company’s bottled ales and lagers is growing at more than ten per cent a year. About 20 per cent of the bottled products are exported to Hong Kong and other parts of South East Asia.
    Redruth Brewery, employing 25 people at its site in Redruth, annually produces about 600,000 bottles of its own brands of ales and lagers, including the very popular traditional brew Cornish Rebellion. It also manufactures more than two and a half million cans of beer and lager every year, which are sold by the major supermarket companies under their own brand names. The brewery was established in 1742 when Redruth was the world centre for copper and tin mining with thousands of miners living in the area. (media release 21.02.03)
    Founded in 1742, Redruth Brewery today survives as Britain's third oldest brewery. It still uses 100% natural ingredients in all of is products together with spring water from a privately owned source in the granite hills of Cornwall. Redruth Brewery is highly regarded for its imaginative, versatile brand development. At Redruth Brewery quality takes precedence over everything else - top quality products and excellent customer service are absolute priorities, with a skilled and dedicated workforce committed to providing our customer with the best of both. Products include : Cornish Rebellion, 1793 Special Edition, John Davey's, Gold Cap, Yixing, Indianhead and Screm'n Beaver but Redruth Brewery is not confined to beers and lagers. Our alternative product range includes cider, other alcoholic beverages and indeed non-alcoholic beverages. (smallsupplier.com )
    11 beers known to have been brewed when this brewery was active 3rd Anniversary Ale 6·0%
    Cornish Original 4·1%
    Cornish Original Bitter 3·4%
    Cornish Rebellion 4·8%
    Cornish Steam Brewed 5·0%
    Crofty Cornish Bitter 3·6%
    John Davey 4·0%
    Miners Mild 3·6%
    Rudolph the Redruth Brain Beer 5·5%
    Brewed xmas
    Steam Brewed Beer 5·0%
    Stupid Cupid 5·5%

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