Our Pubs, Inns and Hotels across Cornwall, Devon and Somerset are situated in some of the most stunning and character filled locations.
Based on an original Cornish recipe Mena Dhu means Black Hill and is named after the farm that was owned by Walter hicks, the founder of St Austell Brewery. This is a new generation stout that combines the best of the old with added complexity and refreshment.
The St Austell Brewery Celtic Beer Festival is the biggest party of the year for ale lovers raising funds for charity. Held in the ancient cellars, you can sample more than 130 different ales, stouts and lagers, with live bands playing all day.
In 1965 St Austell Brewery gave a Cornish headland called The Gribbin to the National Trust. Fifty years on, the Trust protects more than 300 miles of the South West coast and to celebrate we have teamed up with the National Trust to create a seasonal pale ale called the Gribbin.
Our Visitor Centre shop also provides an online service for you to order our beers and related merchandise from wherever you are in the U.K.
Plan your way around the bars with a sneak peak at this year's Celtic Beer Festival programme (viewing on mobile? click here):
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