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Renowned the world over for its beers, ciders and wines: from St Austell ales to Rattler cider to the international award winning Camel Valley vinery.

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Cornish Crown is a small brewery located in Penzance established in 2011 whose beers employ water from an on-site borehole and all are based on maris otter malt.   St. Michaels Bitter Light Brown, Mid Amber in colour. Medium to strong…

A micro brewery of real ales for the local market, Lizard Ales is a “fivebarrel ” plant producing up to 180 gallons (800litres) per brew. Whole, traditional ingredients are used and chemicals and additives are avoided. The ingredients…

Home of the famous Spingo beers. Dating back to the 15th century, Blue Anchor is one of the oldest inns in Britain that continues to maintain a working brewery.   Spingo IPA A clean tasting, hoppy beer. 4.5% ABV       Spingo…

Using only local spring water, Harbour Brewing produce an attractively balanced range of ales. Microbrewery established 2012.   Amber Ale Harbour Amber Ale is a malt driven ale with caramel and toffee flavour. Finished with mild floral hops. 4%…

Established in 2001, Ales of Scilly is the most South Westerly brewery in Britain and uses South West barley and English hops to produce nine traditional style beers, some of which are speciality or seasonal ales. Originally producing up to 18 casks…

Green Room Ales set out to develop young exciting ales for the modern market.   Green Room IPA A real fresh ale, with a distinct citrus twist. It is crisp to the palate with a sure bitter after taste. Brewed using the finest hops and malt to…

Black Flag is one of Cornwall’s newer breweries producing six different beers of a pale ale or IPA style with the accent very much on hoppiness.   Chameleon Black Flag’s baby Pale ale is low on alcohol but big on taste. Hopped with…

Granite Rock is a small micro-brewery with a growing reputation.   Penryn Company Amber Ale Taste: A fruity session beer, with a pleasantly hoppy, biscuity-bitter finish. Versatile and easy drinking, it can be enjoyed on its own or as an…

A growing Cornish brewer. St Ives’ first ale, Boilers, is a light golden ale with a taste that’s satisfying and refreshing: an easy drink for lunchtime or early evening.   Boilers Golden Cornish Ale Rich malt and hop flavours…

The name, Wooden Hand, comes from the ‘Black Hand’ of John Carew of Penwarne. He lost his hand during savage fighting at the great siege of Ostend at the beginning of the 17th century. It was recorded that he retrieved his severed hand from the…