Cornish Peach Beer
Jubël [ Ju – bell ] n. “A feeling of extreme joy”
Jubël – you must have heard the name buzzing around by now. It’s the brand-spanking-new Cornish peach beer brand. If you’ve not heard of it, where have you been this summer? Don’t worry, to keep up with (pretty much) everyone else in the know, read on and discover Jubël here…
Whether you’ve read the name on the drinks menu at your favourite Cornish restaurant, heard the hype about the brand sponsoring the Sky Bar sessions or have actually tried this delicious beer, what’s clear is it’s a drink to stay.
I’m here to tell you where you can discover it throughout Cornwall and the South West.
Don’t worry, I know summer’s long gone, and the light evenings are over, but there’s no reason why you still can’t reminisce over your epic sunny days and nights with a few Jubëls in hand.
Who created Jubël?
Creating such an awesome brand and beer, is lots of people’s dream. For founders Jesse and Tom it’s become reality – and right here in their home county of Cornwall. They were living the usual lives that young guys do, a 9-5 job, university, travelling and it suddenly hit them; they should create a beer they had loved so much while skiing in the Alps. Despite the busy beer scene in the county, what was apparent was there was nothing like it in Cornwall. So they ditched their old life and started the Jubël journey.
Not only are they young entrepreneurs and business owners, but they get to eat, drink and sleep beer for a living – surely you can’t get better than that can you? I’d say they’re living the dream right now!
Jubël is an inspiring, fresh and expanding Cornish brand – and it’s tipped for big things in the future. Over the summer, the guys have pushed boundaries and Jubël is now stocked in over 100 restaurants and bars across the county. Jesse and Tom – the Jubël duo – are also set to be travelling further afield with their story and letting the food and drink industry know that they are here to stay.
Already setting up dates for next year’s festival scene, and new stockists jumping on board weekly, I feel Jesse and Tom are in for a busy, but super exciting time ahead. And, I wish them luck.
I think more people should follow their dreams. People worry that it may not go to plan, but imagine if you give it a go and it succeeds. Now there’s a thought.
Where to find to find the beer
Anyway, why not find out what all the hype is about. Try Jubël for yourself, in one of these fabulous Cornish locations:
The Hub – St Ives Hubbox – Truro and Pentewan
Rum and Crab Shack – St Ives
Porthminster Kitchen – St Ives
Poldhu Beach Café – Helston
Constantine Stores – Helston
Mannings Hotel – Truro
The Old Grammar School – Truro
Muddy Beach – Penryn
The Greenbank Hotel – Falmouth
Hooked On The Rocks – Falmouth
Mylor Cafe – Mylor
Talland Bay Hotel – Talland Bay
The Long Store – Charlestown
The Eden Project – St Austell
Watergate Bay Hotel – Watergate Bay
Lusty Glaze – Newquay
The Watering Hole – Perranporth
The Tap House – St Agnes
Wadebridge Wines – Wadebridge
Not in Cornwall? Perhaps one of these are closer to you…
Hubbox – Plymouth, Exeter and Bristol
Island Street Bar and Grill – Salcombe
The Dart Marina Hotel – Dartmouth
Samuel Jones – Exeter
Follow Jubël’s journey following them on Instagram/Facebook or Twitter or even better, read their blog on their website to keep up to date with what they have been up to.
(Photo Credit – Jubël)