With countless Cornish pubs to choose from, it can be a bit of a mission to find out which ones are going to leave you feeling the most satisfied as you sip away on your latest glass of beer. Worry not! From your favourite destinations around the windswept coastal towns and countryside, Cornish Bottled Beer will take you through some of the very best places to have an ice cold pint.

St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre

If you're a true beer fanatic, a well deserved stop at St Austell's famous Brewery Centre has to be done! You can find out about the 160 year-old beer making process as well as uncovering the secrets behind their award winning ales as part of an interactive brewing experience. Make sure you visit Hick's Bar where you can enjoy a pint of your favourite beer and a delicious pub meal.

The Old Ale House, Truro

If you want an authentic pub experience minus the fussy cocktails, then look no further than the Ale House. Serving a classic selection of flavoursome beers and ciders - whether you like pale ales, refreshing bitters and everything in-between, you will be sure to find something that will suit your individual taste. Embracing everything about traditional pub food, drink and live music, you'll find that there's zero pretension and maximum enjoyment when you make a trip here over the summer!

Blisland Inn

Situated on Bodmin Moor, this is the perfect spot for ramblers looking for a little country gem of a pub. Taking ale drinking seriously, you'll be welcomed in by an inviting countryside pub atmosphere with a robust array of food to keep you satisfied at any time of day. Not only well-loved but widely revered, this pub has won National Pub of the Year 2000 and Cornish Pub of the Year in 2001, 2004 and 2005.

The Chy Bar

Located in Newquay, Chy Bar is widely regarded as having everything you need from a modern drinking experience. From stunning views, fresh food and drink as well as live DJs and bands, you'll find that there's something for everyone. If you fancy popping in for relaxing lunch, there are many homemade options to choose, from burgers to stonebaked pizzas and seafood specials.

The Blue Anchor, Helston

Brewing its very own beer for over 150 years, The Blue Anchor is a pub with a wealth of history and experience behind it. Full of charm and atmosphere, it is one of the oldest traditional Inns in Britain. Try everything from their house wines and ciders to their famous Spingo ale, renowned for its strong yet delicately sweet taste.


Post By Ed Mason