Pubs ST Ives Cornwall

February 1, 2019


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Beer Wolf pub in FalmouthThis list is personal and prejudiced — we do not have a team of inspectors in bowler hats making numerous visits with thermometers — but hopefully alcohol geeks on christmas will see it useful.

The Driftwood Spars, St Agnes
The right location to end a-coast walk, this pub, sitting on an attractive cove, and with unique nearby brewery, has actually numerous spaces, wonky wooden beams, and a lot of cosy corners. On very nice days, the beer yard is a fantastic area to sit and enjoy the huge blue sky and also the sound associated with ocean. (article.)

Celebrity Inn, Crowlas (Penzance)
CAMRA Cornwall club of the season for 2013. It’s some out of the way in a village between Penzance and St Ives, but buses in either course stop right outdoors, plus it does have a car playground. No food, if you do not count Caramacs and chicken scratchings, rather than remotely poshed-up, nevertheless beer, brewed on location, is astoundingly good. Potion 9 could be the anyone to opt for. (article.)

The Front, Falmouth
Though it now features competitors, this big cellar club still provides one of the more impressive ranges of local alcohol and cider in Cornwall. Although the alcohol occasionally lacks condition, most of it served on gravity, ‘bring yours food’, cheery bar staff and a warm environment more than make up for it. Some ‘craft keg’ and posh containers, too. (post.)

The Dock Inn, Penzance
Our typical interface of call-in Penzance — one of the few places you will get Spingo beers other than during the Blue Anchor, often in much better condition than to their residence grass, with an extremely friendly welcome and good food. (article.)

The Blue Anchor, Helston
This club, with a brewery out right back, is a must go to. Favored by residents and tourists, its multi-room design nonetheless includes a bar/lounge divide, though we’ve constantly felt welcome both in. The best place to find their particular special regular brews, also. (Blog post.)

Old Ale House, Truro
This will be as almost as Skinner’s reach a brewery tap. It’s cosy with a few beautiful period functions — not just Victorian, but additionally faded relics associated with the ‘real ale revolution’. Their utmost beer, Porthleven, is normally readily available. (article.)

Source: boakandbailey.com


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