Origin: St. Austell, Cornwall, England
Style: Bitter
ABV: 5%
An unconventional, and loveable label featuring a fine airbrush illustration of Admiral Horatio Nelson. 'I see no ships' recalls the famous incident when he placed a telescope to his blind eye to ignore orders and deny seeing any signals from his superiors discouraging him from battle. He subsequently attacked the enemy, battered them soundly (as he usually did) and then celebrated by getting the beers in (probably).

This ale was created to celebrate the 200th anniversary of his victory against the French in 1805, but has been kept on due to it's continuing popularity. Deservedly so; it's rich, bitter and well-bodied.
A project by Richard Heap
A graphic designer from Stockport, England