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Rock-based brewer whose best-known beers include its popular Doom Bar bitter and two ales inspired by Rick Stein's much-missed terrier, Chalky's Bark and Chalky's Bite.
Small, traditional Cornish brewer, with offerings from mild Even Keel (3.4%) to superstrong Beheaded (7.6%), as well as a new nettle cider, appropriately named Stingers.
It's been around since 1851, ales include Tribute, Proper Job, HSD and Tinners all over Cornwall.
This small-scale Truro operation is known for its cheekily named brews: Cornish Knocker, Ginger Tosser and Keel Over.
This pub in Cornwall has been brewing its own Spingo ale for six centuries; ask behind the bar to see the vats.
Set in Princetown, Devon, just yards from Dartmoor Prison, and famous for its sweet-finishing Jail Ale.
Tucked off Wyle Cop, this seriously overhanging black-and-white beauty was built in the early 15th century and is where Henry VII stayed before the Battle of Bosworth...
With its traditional charms and 17th-century architecture, Loggerheads has a crop of small, cosy corners including the Poet's Room hung with portraits of Samuel Beckett, Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath, and other luminar...
The quintessential creaky Tudor alehouse, with a jolly publican, mellow regulars and hops hanging from the 15th-century beamed ceiling.
View mainstream and art-house movies in a charming Elizabethan setting.
Despite being a modern creation, the Armoury feels like it has been here for generations. It's cavernous, with long wooden tables, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, assorted collectibles and the aromas of fine cooking.
This much-acclaimed and expansive new riverside theatre and music venue hosts everything from pop gigs and comedy nights to plays and classical concerts.
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