New beer for Bude to help the Storm Tower project

Fundraising for The Compass Point Project takes an exciting turn next week, with the launch of a new Cornish Pale Ale ‘Storm Tower’. Proceeds from the sale of the beer will go directly towards the project, not only are we trying to save the iconic tower from the cliff edge, but we are also producing a vast range of exciting community activities for all to enjoy.

 

 

For every can or pint sold 10p will go towards the project, we are hoping to raise £5,000 over the course of production. Storm Tower has been brewed by local award-winning brewery Firebrand on the edge of Bodmin moor in conjunction with The Barrel at Bude. This fruity, light American style ale is brimming with character and texture, we hope it will bring much needed additional funds to the project as well as raising awareness of the tower’s precarious location on the cliff edge.

You can be the first to sample a pint on Monday 17th when pubs open inside at The Barrel and The Brendon Arms. From Thursday 20th you will also be able to purchase from the following outlets:

 

  • The Falcon
  • The Surfing Frog
  • North Coast Wine
  • The Barge Café
  • Lansdown Diary
  • Bellini’s Kitchen
  • Electric Bakery
  • Stratton Stores
  • Crescent Store & Post Office
  • The Deck
  • Surf haven B&B
  • Rosie’s Kitchen
  • The Preston Gate

Huge thank you to all the businesses who are supporting the fund-raising efforts, you can support your local businesses and the project with every purchase you make. Thanks to Ian from The Barrel and Joe from Firebrand for making such a fantastic beer!

 

If you would like to get involved and stock Storm Tower beer, please contact us at office@bude-stratton.gov.uk

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