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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.
It's been around since 1851, ales include Tribute, Proper Job, HSD and Tinners all over Cornwall.
This pub in Cornwall has been brewing its own Spingo ale for six centuries; ask behind the bar to see the vats.
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.
Set in Princetown, Devon, just yards from Dartmoor Prison, and famous for its sweet-finishing Jail Ale.
This small-scale Truro operation is known for its cheekily named brews: Cornish Knocker, Ginger Tosser and Keel Over.
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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