Searching for the perfect present for the beer lover in your life? St Austell Brewery has come to the rescue just in time for Christmas with a brilliantly unique way of labelling your favourite St Austell ale so it is custom-designed for the lucky recipient.
The award-winning brewery has launched a fun new labelling service from its historic St Austell headquarters, enabling customers to make up their very own personalised labels for any of the company's permanent range of bottled beers.
St Austell Brewery is raising a glass to a dedicated group of locals from the Kings Arms in Lostwithiel, who trekked along the South West Coast Path to raise £5,175 for charity.
The kind-hearted crew of 11 each completed different parts of the 70-mile walk from Welcombe Mouth to Lostwithiel, with Kevin Simpson walking the whole route in six days. Pub landlords Michael and Kathryn Townsend joined him for four days.
The Pandora Inn at Restronguet, near Falmouth, was named 'Pub of the Year' in the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2013/14 ceremony on 7th November.
It is the third year running that the Pandora has won the award, winning it in 2010, 2012 and now 2013. The 'missing' year was when the pub was almost destroyed by fire, making the three wins even more significant for owners, John Milan and Steve Bellman.
Don't miss the biggest party of the year for ale lovers when the St Austell Brewery Celtic Beer Festival takes place on November 23rd.
The 15th annual Celtic Beer Festival held in the historic cellars of the atmospheric Victorian brewery building offers a chance to sample a vast array of more than 130 different ales, stouts and lagers, celebrating the very best beers around.