The offer will start on 5 February and end on the tournament’s closing ‘Super Saturday,’ 19 March. It will span across 37 of the brewery’s pubs and inns in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset, and will include the brewery’s flagship beers Tribute, Korey and Guinness.
All burger meals, which are named after national teams competing in the tournament, contain 40z beef burgers and lettuce inside a Baker Tom’s glazed bun paired with a side of seasoned chips or fries.
The French Burger is coupled with red onion marmalade and French brie, whereas the Irish Burger is stacked with potato rosti, Guinness chutney and Cheddar cheese.
Potato rosti also features in the English Burger alongside pulled pork in gravy and Cornish gouda; and customers ordering the Welsh Burger can expect leek chutney and Welsh rarebit in their meal.
Haggis and smoked cheese feature in the Scottish Burger, while its Italian counterpart is packed with a feast of salami, pepperoni, tomato pizza sauce and buffalo mozzarella.
Vegan and vegetarian options are also available in the form of a lentil burger. Brie and Cheddar can be swapped out for vegan cheese.
This year marks the 23rd anniversary of the Six Nations Championship, a rugby union competition contested by the national teams of England, France, Ireland, Italy Scotland and Wales.
Six Nations history
Wales were crowned 2021 Six Nations champions after France missed out on their first title in 11 years. The predictions for this year’s winning team are hotly contested.
St Austell owns pubs, inns and hotels across Cornwall, Devon and Somerset offering St Austell beers alongside a mix of traditional and modern food.
In recent news, St Austell’s the Masons Arms in Branscombe, Devon, is set to undergo a £2m refurbishment, which will create 15 new jobs. The refurbished pub is set to reopen before Easter.