Call in to enjoy our refurbished and bigger bar, meet the fantastic team (old and new faces!), enjoy a meal, enjoy your favourite St Austell Brewery beers or try the latest innovations from our exciting Small Batch Brewery brews!
An historic deal between St Austell Brewery and British Airways means the South West’s favourite beer will take off with every BA flight from March 1st, reaching thousands of destinations worldwide and refreshing millions of customers along the way.
Follow the link to find out more and to see the full press release
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.
A full restoration program will see one of St Austell Brewery’s original 1940s delivery drays back on the road, celebrating her 70th birthday along the way in 2016.
You can find here regular updates and opportunities to catch up with her in the coming months.
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.
Hicks Bar, Restaurant, Visitor Centre and shop are open Monday to Saturday 9am to 5.30pm.
Tours run Monday to Saturday 11am to 4pm and booking is advisable.
Guided Tour prices: Adults £10.00 Senior Citizens £8.00 Students £8.00 subject to student card identification Children over 14 years old £7.00 CAMRA members £7.50 on production of their membership card
Due to hot pipes and slippery surfaces children under 14 and those with reduced mobility cannot be accommodated on the tours - but are welcome to enjoy the Visitor Centre and to look around the museum.
Tel: 01726 66022
For special access details or additional information on visiting the Visitor Centre view our Access Statement.
Roger Ryman, our Brewing Director is setting a tough new target for himself as he prepares for the ultimate British cycle challenge from John O’ Groats to Land's End. Setting off from the northernmost tip of Scotland on Monday June 6th, he hopes to complete the road trip in just 12 days, raising money for Macmillan Nursing Care through the Brewery’s Charitable Trust along the way.
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