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

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64 /100
Cornish Taste (Beer Store)
“Small shop on the narrow street a block inland from the harbour front. It’s a store and a coffee shop rolled into one, with local produce of all kinds available on a couple few shelves right in front of, and to the left of the central entrance. There’s a decent amount of Cornish ales on offer here though as well as a few ciders from the county as well so certainly worth a look if you’re not too familiar with brews out of Cornwall. The prices have the obligatory mark-up in this tourist heavy region, but they’re not too bad.“
ManVsBeer 3096 days ago
“A corner pub a block inland from the harbour where the main one-way road (if you can call it that turns to take traffic out of the narrow streets. This place with its older world charm clearly does well from the many tourists that visit in the fishing village in the warmer months, especially as it has attractive dark wood fittings, low ceilings, cosy corners throughout with a dimly lit atmosphere even when its sunny outside. Food is served here but if you’re just in for the St Austell ales you’ll find a decent selection on cask backed up by some of the bottles also produced by the brewer.“
ManVsBeer 3096 days ago
“A St Austell Brewery pub with three hand pumps in the heart of Mevagissey. The Fountain Inn is tucked into a side street by a small “square” (St George’s) – more a tiny triangular space where a few of the little alleyways of the old town come together. It has two rooms, both quite cosy. From a porthole in the entrance, you can peek into the main bar where there’s a low ceiling, flagstone floors, an open fireplace and a piano. On one wall there’s also an interesting old table top which was reputedly used for apportioning out shares when the room was used in days of yore as a place for pressing pilchard oil. (Visited 27 March 2012).“
Boudicca 4349 days ago
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