As England's highest brewery, at 1465ft above sea level, we are well placed to enjoy the benefits of clean, fresh Dartmoor, and stunning Dartmoor views in every direction - both of which, we think, add a certain touch of magic to our beers.
"Beers with altitude", if you like.
We've launched a photo competition to find the best shots of any of our award-winning beers pictured at altitude - on a moorland tor, up a mountain, or atop a tower!
It's easy to enter. Just pop along to our Facebook page, look out for our pinned Photo Competition post, and add your entry...
Jail Ale is on tour with the Royal Navy, taking the story of traditional Dartmoor beer to far-flung parts of the world.
HMS Tamar is one of five state-of-the-art Offshore Patrol Vessels built for the Royal Navy, and is currently on a round-the-world trade mission promoting the Best of British. When she set sail from the UK, we made sure the ship's company had a generous supply of fine Dartmoor ales on-board to remind them of home.
After leaving beautiful Curacao in the Dutch Antilles, Tamar transited the Panama Canal before entering the Pacific and finally reaching the California city of San...
When HMS Tamar set sail for the Far East recently, we made sure the ship's company had a generous supply of fine Dartmoor ales to remind them of home.
HMS Tamar is one of five new Offshore Patrol Vessels built for the Royal Navy.
The ship and its crew can perform a variety of roles from intercepting drug-traffickers and smugglers to protecting UK territorial waters and providing humanitarian assistance in the wake of a disaster. HMS Tamar has also trained extensively to work on joint missions with Royal Marines Commandos.
Along with sister-ship HMS Spey, Tamar left the UK in September on deployment to...
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