Blisland Beer Guide: Your Blisland guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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58 /100 THE GREEN,
“Beer was decent but our food experience was a bit of a disappointment. We were told that we could only eat bar meals outside, so moved inside because we wanted something from the restaurant menu. The waitress took our order but then someone from the kitchen came out and said they were too busy to make our food and that we would have to settle for bar meals if we wanted anything. The bar meals that we eventually received were not bad but just not what we really wanted.“
UKBeerGeek 406 days ago
80 /100 THE GREEN,
“Visited 27/04/18 to seek our the Dowr Kammell Brewery beer. This year this pub isn't in the GBG, which just about sums the CAMRA lot up when they put in St Austell pubs and miss this gem out. 9 sticks on with 3 exclusive beers and some one off ones. The ceiling is adorned with pump clips and mugs, lovely roaring fire. Well worth the small detour off the A30. Brilliant pub.“
47574xeCD 509 days ago
78 /100 THE GREEN,
“The Blisland Inn is a lovely village pub located out in the wilderness of Cornwall. It is actually only a short detour off the A30 and well worth the trip. It is a traditional pub with open fire and stone floors. On our visit there was a good mix of locals and tourists stopping past for lunch. They have up to 9 cask ales on offer from local breweries – Sharp, Skinners & Harbour. This includes a Sharps beer brewed specifically for the pub. We ate a hearty ploughman’s and washed it back with a few halves. Good value and rather pleasant. Recommended.“
Scopey 1279 days ago
84 /100 THE GREEN,
“Boudicca’s comments pretty well descirbe it. Every so often they do really fun stuff - like the Wedding Ale Beer Festival for William and Kate’s occasion. And how cool does it get to go through the Bodmin Moor and then have a beer.“
bhensonb 2467 days ago
78 /100 THE GREEN,
“A delightful pub in an idyllic setting. The Blisland Inn is right by a lovely, sloping village green – apparently the only one in Cornwall. There are a few houses in the village, a church and an old school but not much else. How fantastic then to find a friendly pub with nine taps offering a really good selection of cask ales, including King Buddha’s Blisland Special which I think is brewed specially for the pub by Sharps in nearby Wadebridge. The main bar is cosy. It has a slate floor, a large stone fireplace with a stove and hundreds of mugs suspended from the ceiling. There are a couple of rooms at the back and also a small lounge bar with a collection of (mainly benign looking) witches. (Visited 23 March 2012).“
Boudicca 2664 days ago
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