Betty Stogs is an award-winning, copper-coloured bitter brewed since 1997 using Cornish water; whole-flower Celeia, Northdown and Aurora hops; malted barley and wheat; and Skinner’s unique yeast.
Copper-coloured, with a light malty aroma, a floral, even cedar taste, and a sharp tang of bitter grapefruit, this is an ale that has the strength of character to take on tasty dishes like stews, hard cheeses and meat-packed pasties.
In Cornish folklore Betty Stogs was reputedly full-bodied, golden-hearted and just a little fruity. So you can see why we chose to name our award-winning, smooth-drinking amber ale after her. Especially as both Bettys are often to be found at the centre of a good party. Join us in raising a glass to Betty Stogs – truly the Queen of Cornish ales....all of this for £3.70 a pint
From Thursday the 15th April these will be the opening times of our garden, Thursday 2pm to 8pm, Friday 2pm to 9pm, Saturday 12pm to 9pm and Sunday 12pm to 6pm. These times are not set in stone and may change on a day by day basis, this is also very strongly weather dependent, if it is raining then the garden will not be open! Tables can be booked, send your enquiry via our website.
Food serving times
Thur: 14:00 - 18:30
Fri: 14:00 - 18:30
Sat: 14:00 - 18:30
Sun: 14:00 - 17:00
Whilst the garden is open we will be serving a limited menu which will be available Thursday to Saturday until 6:30pm and until 5pm on Sundays. The menu will be a choice of hot pie, bacon roll, cheese roll, pasty or one of our new stuffed crust pizzas.
Our usual good value lunch menu will commence when the pub itself is allowed to open.
All of our food is freshly cooked and prepared in our scores on the doors 5 star rated kitchen.
Dates to look out for, Friday April 9th, Italian take away and then for St George's day we will be doing Pie & Mash for take away and if the weather is good this will be available to eat in the garden.