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Pub of the Week: The Tally Ho

Posted by Mike C in May 2022

Our Pub of the Week is the excellent Tally Ho Country Pub - a real gem of a place in glorious rural Devon - recently voted Pub of the Year by South Devon CAMRA.

The Tally Ho may be slightly off the beaten track, but it's very easy to find - in the tiny village of Littlehempston just a few miles from the popular and eclectic Devon riverside town of Totnes - making it a perfect watering hole on a day out in this utterly picturesque part of Devon.

Inside you'll find a homely atmosphere and good honest banter (with crackling log fires...

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Pub of the Week: The Cornwood Inn

Posted by Mike C in Nov 2021

The local pub is so often the beating heart of the community, and residents of the Devon village of Cornwood have taken things a step further by acquiring and running their own local.

The Cornwood Inn can be found in this charming village on the edge of Dartmoor. In September 2019, with the future of this characterful inn looking decidedly uncertain, the Cornwall Inn Action group was formed by a band of community volunteers, to secure the future of this traditional and much-loved pub via the sale of community shares. 

The share offer attracted international interest, with investors from France, the US...

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Pub of the Week: The Blue Ball Inn

Posted by Mike C in Oct 2021

If you’re an Exeter Chiefs fan, you probably already know the Blue Ball Inn – the closest pub to the Chiefs’ Sandy Park ground on the outskirts of Exeter.

But whether you’re a rugby fan or not, the Blue Ball is certainly worth a visit, and they serve an excellent pint of Jail Ale!

This fine thatched pub dates back to the turn of the 17th Century.  The very convivial and cosy bar is warmed by a real log-burning fire in the cooler months, really adding to the pub’s welcoming atmosphere. When the weather’s warmer, you can also enjoy an excellent beer...

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Pub of the Week: The Royal Oak, Heavitree

Posted by Mike C in Jul 2021

If you live in Exeter, or are just visiting for the day, take a ltitle time out to discover the delights of the Royal Oak in Heavitree, an easy 15 minute walk from the City Centre. You can look forward to a warm welcome from your host Rob, an excellent pint of Jail Ale, and a chance to discover the pub's connections with the infamous Dartmoor Prison (which is just a stone's throw from our brewery in Princetown).

This pretty thatched pub - part of the Heavitree Brewery collection - takes pride of place in Heavitree's bustling High Street - once...

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Pub of the Week: The Coach and Horses

Posted by Mike C in Aug 2019

When we're out and about, spreading the Dartmoor Brewery word, it’s always reassuring to know that there’s a roadside pub where we can take a break and enjoy some traditional Devon hospitality (and, if someone else is driving, a good pint of Jail Ale!). The Coach and Horses at Horns Cross is one of our North Devon favourites.

You’ll find the Coach and Horses, a 17th century roadside inn, on the A39 between Clovelly and Bideford, a stone’s throw from the beautiful and secluded Peppercombe beach overlooking Barnstaple Bay.

Your host, the welcoming and very popular Tina, keeps a full range of Dartmoor...

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