‘The Gribbin’ ale to help Cornish coastline

The National Trust and St Austell Brewery have teamed up to create a seasonal pale ale called ‘The Gribbin’. In 1965, St Austell Brewery gave a Cornish headland called The Gribbin to the National Trust to protect it forever. Now, 50 years later, every time you buy a pint of The Gribbin you are helping to protect your favourite bits of the South West coast as St Austell Brewery is giving 20p for every pint sold to help the Trust look after 300 miles of coast path in the South West.

The Gribbin is a great 4.3% abv beer, brewed using only British malt and hops and named after the iconic headland near the brewery. Available in the Pandora now!

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