Salcombe Brewing Co’s keg Pale Ale has secured listings with the Heavitree Brewery estate and St Austell Brewery’s free trade accounts. The brewery has also secured regional slots for their casked range with St Austell.
Jordan Mace, managing director of Salcombe Brewery, said: “This year we have seen fantastic growth, with another huge summer season. Securing these new listings is the icing on the cake, giving us the chance to work with big names in the industry and increase our presence in pubs across the South West.
“We have worked hard as a team to deliver award-winning, high-quality products that appeal to pub-goers, and these new listings are testament to that hard work.”
Joe Dixon, key account manager at the brewery, added: “We have a very close relationship with Heavitree Brewery, who have been stocking our cask ale since 2015. It is fantastic that our work with them has now led to our first keg listing in their estate, and with St Austell Brewery’s free trade accounts.”
Heavitree Brewery, a family business founded in 1790, owns more than 60 pubs, concentrated mainly in the Exeter and South Devon area. St Austell Brewery was founded in 1851 and boasts more than 178 pubs across the South West.
Salcombe Pale Ale (4.6% ABV) is a fresh, full-bodied, and powerfully hopped pale ale. Its orange twist raises a glass to Salcombe’s 19th century fruit trade, with orange, pink grapefruit, and anise on the nose. It is dry hopped with Summit and Simcoe, for a robust, complex beer.