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Return of the Dragon

Posted by Mike C in Sep 2020

Dragon's Breath is back!  This seasonal beer is always a popular additional to our Autumn and Winter range, and it's on its way to great pubs right now.

Flavoured with black treacle, Dragon’s Breath (4.4%) is a unique beer ideally suited to the cooler months, and was originally launched in the snows of December 2010. Deep ruby-brown coloured, rich and full-bodied with a delicious aftertaste of morello cherries, it's a real treat for the senses.

Ask your favourite local to get some in!

You'll also be able to enjoy this satisfying Winter tipple in front of the fire at home.  We're busy bottling, and it'll be available...

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Three of the Best

Posted by Mike C in Sep 2020

The best place to enjoy our fine, traditional ales is at your favourite local, but for those enjoying a beer at home, our Three of the Best offer is a great value way of stocking up the beer cupboard with three different award-winning Dartmoor ales (and free delivery!).

Our online shop has been busy all summer long, and it's been great to see so many regular customers coming back time and time again for their favourite Dartmoor ales.

Sometimes the hardest part is deciding which of our great beers to choose - so now you can choose Three of the Best -...

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The Great British Beer Garden: The Duke of York

Posted by Mike C in Sep 2020

The sun is still shining for now, and we're rounding off our Great British Beer Gardens series with a quick visit to the Duke of York in the Devon town of Crediton.

Beer gardens aren't just for country pubs. The Duke of York is right in the heart of this busy little town, and there's plenty of room in the sunny beer garden to enjoy a Jail Ale or two in the fresh Devon air.

The Duke of York is a family-run pub, at the heart of the local community, and is well known for the warm welcome you'll receive from Tracey and...

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The Great British Beer Garden: The Bell Inn

Posted by Mike C in Sep 2020

There's still a bit of time to enjoy the pleasures of the Great British Beer Garden before it gets too chilly.  If you're looking for a brilliant beer garden on the edge of Dartmoor, we can heartily recommend the Bell Inn in Bovey Tracey.

The Bell is a proper traditional pub in the heart of this historic Devon market town. They've put in place lots of great ways to make people feel safe when visiting the pub, and the large and lovely beer garden is a hidden gem and a real oasis of calm.

It goes without saying that they also serve an excellent pint...

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The Great British Beer Garden: Churston Manor

Posted by Mike C in Aug 2020

For a Great British Beer Garden close to the coast, and with plenty of space for a relaxed bit of socially-distanced refreshment, head on over to the Churston Manor near Brixham.

For the time being, the Churston Manor is making the most of the summer days with a purpose-built Lawn Bar, where you'll find a cracking pint of Jail Ale among the line-up which includes a full bar selection, soft drinks, teas and coffees.

All the COVID-safe measures are in place, as you'd expect, but the main attraction is the huge lawned area with lots of tables, and plenty of space for all...

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