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Proper Job Secures M&B Castle Pubs Listing

11th October 2017 Paul Andrews

St Austell Brewery’s multi award-winning Proper Job has been selected to be listed across Mitchells & Butlers’ (M&Bs) Castle pubs.

From Bristol to London and Manchester and Newcastle, the award-winning beer will be stocked in more than 80 pubs across the Castle portfolio for the next six months.

Proper Job (4.5% ABV) is a celebrated authentic IPA which is made with Cornish-grown Maris Otter barley and brewed with spring water from Cornwall and a blend of American hops.

The powerfully hopped golden beer, which is St Austell Brewery’s fastest growing beer brand, explodes with citrus grapefruit flavours and has a crisp and refreshing finish on the palate. Proper Job is a great beer with pub food too; pair with marinated meats, burgers and even citrus desserts.

Ben Lockwood, procurement manager, M&B, said: “Great cask beer is unsurpassable and has become an integral part of British pub culture. Cornish brewed Proper Job is no exception. The beer taps into the appetite for flavoursome American-inspired brews, while celebrating its Cornish heritage with St Austell Brewery. It’s a great product which is growing in popularity with drinkers, therefore Proper Job has earned a well-deserved place at the bar.”

St Austell Brewery, which is still family owned and run, is Cornwall’s largest independent brewery and was founded in 1851.

For more information visit www.staustellbrewery.co.uk.

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