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  • albion, clifton
  • albion, clifton

Win a balloon flight and dinner for two in Bristol!

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St Austell Brewery is offering one lucky Crumbs reader and a guest a flight in its Tribute Cornish pale ale hot air balloon, followed by a pint of the award-winning ale and a meal for two at the new-look Albion, one of St Austell Brewery’s Bristol-based pubs...

The Albion in Clifton has recently re-opened after being completely refurbished. A new team are serving up St Austell Brewery’s award-winning range of ales behind the bar, while the kitchen have put together an exciting new menu. The winner and their guest will each get to choose a two-course meal, on the house.

Before tucking into dinner, the lucky pair will spend more than an hour in the Tribute balloon on a leisurely tour, taking in the sights of the local area from the sky. Those with eagle eyes may have spotted the bold purple Tribute balloon – which is operated by First Flight – flying high in the Bristol and Bath skies.

Tribute is St Austell Brewery’s flagship brew – it’s a pale amber ale and is light, hoppy and zesty. Orange and grapefruit flavours are balanced with biscuit malt to create this superb Cornish classic.

St Austell Brewery has been brewing beer since 1851, and still make its beers from the original site in St Austell, Cornwall, at some of the most advanced facilities in the country. The family-owned independent company has also recently announced the acquisition of Bath Ales, taking on its range of beers as well as its 11 pubs across Bristol, Bath, Cirencester and Oxford.

To be in with the chance of winning an ale of a time (ahem) in Bristol, click here and answer the mega-generously easy question...

Comments

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In what year did St Austell Brewery start making beer? Suggested answer: 1851

August 11, 2016 | edward CELMS

Amazing would love to go on a Balloon Flight fingers crossed

August 12, 2016 | Angela Cringle

1851

August 12, 2016 | vicky collins

Answer is 1851 x

August 12, 2016 | sallyann Johnston

Something I'd love to do go up in a balloon and see the tiny world below! 1851 is the answer.

August 12, 2016 | Liam Johnston

1851

August 12, 2016 | Barry Hill

1851

August 12, 2016 | Dana Gumms

1851

August 12, 2016 | lorraine heneghan

1851

August 12, 2016 | Emma Newcombe

1851

November 21, 2016 | Karen McMahon

1851

December 18, 2016 | catherine graydon

1851

February 25, 2017 | Sally ann Tatton