Cwrw LLyn - Cochyn Ruby Ale 500ml Bottle
A Legendary Ruby Ale. 4.5% ABV.
There is a skull and crossbones image on a gravestone in Edern, Llŷn. Many caves bear the names of local pirates across the headland and the islands of St Tudwal, and Bardsey in particular, were buccaneers’ nests. Henry Morgan himself stayed at Tŷ Mawr, Abersoch on route from his Caribbeean adventures.
Black Bart from Pembrokeshire was the first to fly the ‘official’ pirate flag. Previously they flew a red flag, and because he always wore smart clothes and a red jacket, the French nick-name for Bart was ‘le jolie rouge’ – the ‘Pretty Red One’ [hence ‘Jolly Roger’].
THIS PRODUCERS STORI
We’re a small independent brewery producing delicious, characterful beers. From rich malty bitters to light golden ales, we take our time over our brews. We’ll think you’ll want to too.
Our beers are inspired by the people, places and things we love. Great conversation, wonderful local food, intriguing Welsh legends and the beautiful landscapes that surround us.
Our brewery is in Nefyn, a small fishing village on the Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales. One of Britain’s oldest pilgrimage routes, it’s home to soaring mountain views, sandy beaches and hidden coves.