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Cornish Perfection from field to glass

Congratulations on finding Keltek, a multi award winning brewery crafting beer by hand with care and craftsmanship using the finest whole hop flowers, British malts, hand-pitched yeast and Cornish water.
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Keltek Wins Double Gold At European Beer Awards

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Crafting Beloved Beers Is Our Lifelong Passion And Commitment.

The Keltek Cornish Brewery began life in a small stable on the Roseland Peninsula and for years was run by its founder Stu Heath, much more as a hobby than a business. But after winning a vast number of regional, national and even international awards, the brewery soon expanded, and over the years Keltek has grown into one of the largest capacity breweries in the West Country.

Now based in Redruth in Cornwall, we have invested in our own in-house bottling facilities, and in 2013 we became only the second brewery in Cornwall to own its own estate of public houses. Keltek remains a family owned brewery that adheres to the age old traditions of brewing by hand with care and craftsmanship using the finest whole hop flowers, British malts and hand-pitched yeast. The Keltek Cornish Brewery is SALSA Accredited brewery.

"I have to say I love your beer! My favourites are Beheaded and Grim Reaper. But you recently delivered my order which included a box of Merry Mess. I'm at this moment drinking my first bottle of Merry mess and am really enjoying it"
"Please inform your head brewer that his tweaks to an already excellent product are a resounding success"
"Lovely beers and lovely, helpful people, can't speak too highly of them. Thank you for your support for our recent fundraiser"
"Great service, and brilliant beer! I'm really glad I decided to stop by the brewery to pick up a multi pack to try the different ones"
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    The Best Beers Are The Ones We Share With Friends

    Keltek, meaning 'Celtic' in the Cornish language - the name ascribed to the ancient tribes that once inhabited Cornwall - was chosen as the brewery's name by founder Stuart Heath.

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