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

Latest reviews from Polperro

70 /100 THE OLD MILL, CRUMPLEHORN
“Spent an hour in the pleasant beer garden next to the running stream. Choice of 3 cask ales, 1 which was new to me.“
Jerseyislandbeer 536 days ago
76 /100 QUAY ROAD
“Traditional old pub at the end of the village & harbour just before the cliff path starts. Choice of 3 cask ales, 2 of them new to me. We sat in a window seat with fantastic views of the raging sea and had some lunch, which was very good.“
Jerseyislandbeer 536 days ago
66 /100
Good Life (Beer Store)
THE COOMBES
“Small shop selling Cornish based wines, beers & spirits to passing tourists. Handily placed before tackling the hill back up to the car park at the top of the town. Friendly service, glad for a chat seemingly. The beer range is smallish but like others have said before, there are some winners in there. It's worth a look if you find yourself in this part of Cornwall.“
imdownthepub 1657 days ago
54 /100 THE OLD MILL, CRUMPLEHORN
“Large and rambling Inn and Hotel close to the main car park from where you walk down to Polperro village, also where the buses drop off. It's popular with people walking back up from the village to their cars plus passing trade. Food based but with a range of local beers. It's worth a look.“
imdownthepub 1676 days ago
50 /100 QUAY ROAD
“Just round the corner from The Blue Peter is this larger more touristy pub, food based but with 5 Hand Pulls of Cornwall based Breweries, mostly easy to find regulars plus a pub re badged beer, Pint of Pilchards, which is the same beer as The Nicholson's Pale Ale 4%.“
imdownthepub 1676 days ago
64 /100 QUAY ROAD
“Attractive old world fisherman's pub on the old quay right next to the coastal path. Lively locals pub with live music sessions and a decent buzz. There is a bench out the front to watch the chaos from. A couple of rotating guest beers are available which makes it the go to pub in Polperro. Lovely spot.“
imdownthepub 1676 days ago
70 /100
Good Life (Beer Store)
THE COOMBES
“Small shop selling locally produced beers, ciders and liqueurs. Service was friendly. Selection small but I still found a few things of interest. Prices OK for the most part. Worth a look if in the area, not that there are many options anyway.“
UKBeerGeek 2006 days ago
60 /100 MILL HILL
“On the other side of the small river to the main drag, this pub is in an irregular shaped premises which seems to fit in the space available in this hillside village where there’s now no room for expansion. The building is old and appealing and the water runs alongside the back of the pub and its quiet garden away from the hustle and bustle of the tourists during the summer season. There’s several rooms in here, but most of the seating is in the front where the bar exists with several ale pumps that carry a selection from local microbreweries. The decor is a lot fresher than the age of the building would suggest it should be, but it’s a comfortable enough place that’s both dog and family friendly. There’s also a few seats available outside its front.“
ManVsBeer 2833 days ago
64 /100 QUAY ROAD
“On the far side of the harbour just before the small lane reaches the rocky beach area, this pub is traditional in style over two floors, very welcoming with plenty of atmosphere. It’s quite a cramped place, both around the L-shaped bar on the ground floor, and in the rooms around the kitchen on its second level - especially true during the tourist months for which this picture perfect fishing village is now designed for. The wooden stairs between the two are slightly hazardous too so take care, but you’ll also find a small outdoor patio backing onto the rocks on the upper level. There’s a row of ale pumps that carry a mainly local and regional selection complimented by a few cider choices also sourced from not too far away. Food is served and dogs are welcome.“
ManVsBeer 2929 days ago
72 /100
Good Life (Beer Store)
THE COOMBES
“Small tourist oriented off-licence on the main street into the scenic fishing village of Polperro. It’s only a few square metres in size, but carries enough locally produced craft ales and ciders to warrant a look - certainly if you are a visitor to the area.“
ManVsBeer 2939 days ago
74 /100 QUAY ROAD
“Nice little pub directly on the quay. Rustic interior. Very pleasant place but can get very crowded with both tourists and locals. Selection of local beers as well as local cider. Great place for a pint.“
shrubber85 3931 days ago
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