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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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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…

Coastal Brewery produces a wide range of cask and bottled beers of varying strengths. “Golden Sands” a 5.8% strong, full flavoured golden ale won a Silver Medal at the South West Society of Independent Brewers festival.   Cornish…

Tintagel Brewery was started in 2009 and produces a range of seven brews made with local spring water.   Harbour Special A dark amber hue and an initial malty flavour with a citrus after taste. The 4.8% ABV Special brew has proved very popular…

Padstow Brewing is a micro brewery offering a small range of artisan beers in casks and bottles. The beers are sold in 568ml bottles thus justifying the slogan “A Pint of Padstow”.   Padstow Pilot An amber ale brewed with Maris…

The Penzance Brewing Co was established in 2008 by Peter Elvin who is landlord of the Star Inn at Crowlas, just outside Penzance and the pub was named Cornwall Pub of the Year by CAMRA in 2013. Some 15 different brews are made, many as speciality…

Owned and run by Paul and Liz Sibley, Bosue Vineyard is situated just outside St. Ewe, near St. Austell on the south coast of Cornwall. The south facing slopes and mild Cornish climate perfectly suit the varieties of Solaris, Rondo, Regent, Phoenix…

The most south-westerly vineyard in England, begun in 1996 and now producing over half a dozen grape varieties. Summer tours from 11:00 to 16:00.

Knightor make premium quality, limited production wines from grapes grown in English vineyards and their own vines at Portscatho and Seaton on the south Cornish coast. A relatively hands-off approach to winemaking is taken. Although inspiration is…

From their first vine harvest in 2006, John and Kim Coulson created the first Polgoon wine and were subsequently awarded the Trophy for “Best Still Rose in the UK”. This trophy was awarded by the UK Vintners Association, judged by 7 Masters of Wine…