Engine House



A copper ale has a beautiful , slight red haze, topped off with a white head. The aroma is rich and fruity, with a hint of blackcurrant. On the tongue, it’s a perfect balance of malty bitterness with notes of orange peel and grapefuit

The name Engine House comes from the iconic Engine House as a Cornish invention created over the past 200 years to house the engines that served the mines below. The Engine House is also part of our logo which is the front of an engine house from afar, or closer up you’ll see the front of an engine house, a beer bottle and underneath is the representation of water.