Being a Cornish Brewery is pretty epic, surrounded by incredible coastline and country, we brew beer in the most inspirational place.

In the summer Cornwall looks even better. It’s no wonder it’s such a popular holiday location. Visitors come to soak up beaches, culture, events, food and drink. The last one we know a thing or two about.

There's no better time than summer in Cornwall to indulge in a few of our vibrant craft beers. Our beers perfectly complement the beauty of Cornish summer and are best enjoyed with sand between your toes and in clear view of the sea.

So, grab a cold beer and let's explore six fantastic beachside locations where you can enjoy the refreshing taste of St Ives Brewery's finest craft beers amidst the stunning backdrop of Cornish summers.

1. Porthmeor Beach, St Ives

With its golden sands and azure waters, Porthmeor Beach is a haven for beach lovers and surf enthusiasts alike. Find a cozy spot on the sand, bask in the sunshine, and crack open a cold can of St Ives Brewery's crisp and citrusy pale ale Hella. It’s refreshing flavours are the perfect accompaniment to a day of soaking up the sun and watching the waves roll in.

2. Gwithian Beach, Hayle

Stretching for miles along the North Cornish coast, Gwithian Beach is a paradise for walkers, wildlife enthusiasts, and beachcombers. Take a leisurely stroll along the shore, breathe in the salty sea air, and pause to enjoy a chilled bottle of St Ives Brewery's core Meor IPA. With its bold hoppy notes and hints of tropical fruit, it's a taste of paradise in every sip.

3. Porthcurno Beach, Penzance

Nestled beneath towering cliffs and fringed by turquoise waters, Porthcurno Beach is nothing short of breathtaking. Find a secluded spot among the dunes, kick off your shoes, and unwind with a cold can of St Ives Brewery's smooth and velvety oatmeal stout Zennor. Its rich, roasted flavours are the perfect complement to the dramatic beauty of this Cornish gem.

4. Fistral Beach, Newquay

Renowned as one of the UK's favourite surfing destinations, Fistral Beach offers the perfect blend of adrenaline-pumping waves and laid-back coastal vibes. After a thrilling day in the surf, relax on the sand with a can of St Ives Brewery's refreshing new collaboration DDH IPA Alora in hand. Made in partnership with Vocation Brewery it boast some big fruity flavours and is a proper refreshing hazy craft beer.

5. Perranporth Beach, Perranporth

With its vast expanse of sand and rolling surf, Perranporth Beach is a favorite among families and sun-seekers. Set up camp near the water's edge, dig your toes into the soft sand, and crack

open a Slipway IPA. Slipway is everyone’s favourite session NEIPA. It’s fruity and moreish and the perfect tonic at the end of a hot beach day.

6. Kynance Cove, The Lizard

Tucked away on Cornwall's rugged Lizard Peninsula, Kynance Cove is a true hidden gem. Marvel at the towering cliffs and crystal-clear waters before finding a sheltered spot to enjoy a picnic and a cold can of Porth Pilsner. She is a crisp and refreshing pilsner, it's the perfect refreshment for a day of exploration along Cornwall's wild and windswept coastline.

Whether you're soaking up the sun on a bustling beach or exploring a secluded cove, there's no shortage of stunning spots to enjoy a cold craft beer from St Ives Brewery along Cornwall's picturesque coastline. So, next time you find yourself by the sea, be sure to pack a few cans or bottles – head over to the shop to pick up your Cornish craft beers.
May 01, 2024