DRINKS

Cheers me ‘ansome…

We have an excellent range of drinks, including cask conditioned Ale, draught lager, Cider and Guinness, and a minimum choice of 12 wines. The carefully selected wines are available by the glass or bottle.
We also serve fresh ground coffee, a selection of teas and hot chocolate along with fruit juices and minerals.
ALE
DRAUGHT
  • Becks Vier
  • £3.30

  • Kronenbourg 1667
  • £3.60

  • Stowford Press
  • £3.80
  • Cornish Sunset Cask Ale
  • £3.30

  • Skinners Heligan Honey Cask Ale
  • £3.30
WINE
WINE
WHITE
  • Sauvignon Blanc (Chile)
Bottle: £15
125ml:
£2.70
175ml:
£3.75
250ml: £5.20
  • Chardonnay (Chile)
Bottle: £15
125ml:
£2.70
175ml:
£3.75
250ml: £5.20
  • Pinot Grigio (Italy)
Bottle: £17
125ml:
£3.10
175ml:
£4.25
250ml: £5.90
  • Picpol de Piriot (France)
Bottle: £17
125ml:
£3.10
175ml:
£4.25
250ml: £5.90
  • Waddling Duck Sauvignon (NZ)
Bottle: £20
  • Victor Berard Chablis (France)
Bottle: £20
RED
  • Merlot (Chile)
Bottle: £15
125ml:
£2.70
175ml:
£3.75
250ml: £5.20
  • Shiraz (Australia)
Bottle: £15
125ml:
£2.70
175ml:
£3.75
250ml: £5.20
  • Pinot Noir (Chile)
Bottle: £17
  • Malbec (Argentina)
Bottle: £17
  • Cotes du Rhone (France)
Bottle: £17
  • Rioja (Spain)
Bottle: £17
125ml:
£3.10
175ml:
£4.25
250ml: £5.90
ROSE
  • Zinfandel (Italy)
Bottle: £17
125ml:
£3.10
175ml:
£4.25
250ml: £5.90
HOT DRINKS
HOT DRINKS
  • Americano
£1.50

  • Cappuccino
£2.50

  • Latte
£2.50

  • Mocha
£2.60

  • Espresso
£1.50

  • Double Espresso
£2.00

  • Small Hot Chocolate
£2.00

  • Large Hot Chocolate
£2.50

  • Fruit Tea
£1.60

  • Tea for One
£1.50

  • Tea for Two
£3.00

SPIRITS
SPIRITS
  • Regular spirits (25ml shot) £2.20
e.g. Gordon’s Gin, Smirnoff Vodka, Mount Gay Rum etc….


  • Premium Spirits (25ml shot) £2.50
e.g. Glenmorangie Single Malt Whiskey, Courvoisier Brandy etc…

MINERALS
MINERALS
  • Draught Lemonade, Coke and Diet Coke

  • Payo Pure Fruit Juice Bottle

  • Appletise Bottle

  • Elderflower Presse Bottle
Legal drinking info
Alcohol consumption in the UK is governed by strict laws.
It is against the law (1) (2):
  • To sell alcohol to someone under 18 anywhere.
  • For an adult to buy or attempt to buy alcohol on behalf of someone under 18. (retailers can reserve the right to refuse the sale of alcohol to an adult if they’re accompanied by a child and think the alcohol is being bought for the child.) 
  • For someone under 18 to buy alcohol, attempt to buy alcohol or to be sold alcohol.
  • For someone under 18 to drink alcohol in licensed premises, except where the child is 16 or 17 years old and accompanied by an adult. In this case it is legal for them to drink, but not buy, beer, wine and cider with a table meal.
  • For an adult to buy alcohol for someone under 18 for consumption on licensed premises, except as above.
  • To give children alcohol if they are under five.
It is not illegal:
  • For someone over 18 to buy a child over 16 beer, wine or cider if they are eating a table meal together in licensed premises.
  • For a child aged five to 16 to drink alcohol at home or on other private premises.