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Pubs & Breweries

Check out our sister pub The Ploughman, an award-winning pub located in Werrington, Peterborough, (the Simmo-spoons flagship pub) with Andy Simmonds at the helm with 10 hand pumps and a great selection of live music and entertainment.

Hunter’s Brewery is a family run brewery established in 2008 in Ipplepen, South Devon, producing a wide range of cask and bottled ales. The Queens Arms permanently stocks Hunter’s Ales. Hunter’s beers include:

  • Butchers Best 4.0%
  • Crack Shot 3.8%
  • Denbury Dreamer 4.1%
  • Full Bore 8%
  • Half Bore 4.0%
  • Hunters Gold 4.8%
  • Pheasant Plucker 4.3%
  • Crispy Pig 4.5%
  • Dashers Dinkle 5.5% or 4%
  • Black Jack 6%

South Hams Brewery, formerly Sutton Brewery, moved to its present site in 2003, with a 10-barrel plant and plenty of room to expand. It supplied more than 60 outlets in Plymouth and South Devon, including the Queens Arms. We supply long standing classics and seasonal ales, such as:

  • Eddystone 4.8%
  • XSB 4.2%
  • Devon Pride 3.8%
  • Hopnosis 4.5% (Spring–Summer)
  • Wild Blonde 4.4% (Spring–Summer)
  • Porter 5% (Autumn–Winter)
  • Knickadroppa Glory 5% (Autumn–Winter)

Established in 1994, Teignworthy Brewery is based within Tuckers Maltings in Newton Abbot, South Devon. Teignworthy beer is often on offer at the Queens Arms. Teignworthy have a large bottled beer range and many different cask conditional and special ales, including:

  • Reel Ale 4%
  • Spring Tide 4.3%
  • Old Moggie 4.4%
  • Beachcomber 4.5%
  • Martha’s Mild 5.5%
  • Harvesters Ale
  • Neap Tide

The brewery was set up as Barron Brewery in 1984 by Richard Barron. In 1991 Guy Sheppard joined Richard and the name was change to Exe Valley Brewery. Richard retired in 2003, and Guy now runs the brewery doing much of the actual brewing work himself with assistance from two loyal workers. The Brewery produces cask conditioned (real ale) from natural ingredients with no additives. We use our own spring water, Devon malt and English hops. Another favourite at the Queens Arms, with beers including:

  • Exe Valley Bitter 3.7%
  • Dob’s Best Bitter 4.1%
  • Baron’s Hobsit 4.1%
  • Devon Glory 4.7%
  • Sheppard’s Crook 4.7%
  • Exeter Old Bitter 4.8%
  • Spring Beer 4.3% (seasonal)
  • Devon Summer 3.9% (seasonal)
  • Autumn Glory 4.5% (seasonal)
  • Winter Glow 6% (seasonal)

St Austell Brewery has been brewing beer and real ale in Cornwall since 1851 and runs over 170 pubs in the South West. As a Free House however, the Queens Arms is not one of them! St Austell also runs a programme of limited edition seasonal cask ales. Beers include:

  • Tribute 4.2%
  • Proper Job 4.5%
  • Black Prince 4.0% (stout)
  • HSD 5.0%
  • Dartmoor Best Bitter 3.5%
  • Trelawny 3.8%
  • Korev 4.8% (lager)
  • Ruck and Roll 4.0% (seasonal ale)
  • Spring Brew 4.3% (seasonal ale)
  • Bucket of Blood 4.5% (seasonal ale)

The Winkleigh Cider Company produces Real Devon Cider, with 30 years experience in traditional cider making. It is based in Winkleigh village in the heart of Devon, halfway between Exeter and Bideford. That’s an awful long way to go for your cider, but we always have ‘Polyboxes’ of delicious Winkleigh real cider right here at the Queens Arms, your very own local. Winkleigh ciders include:

  • Sam's Medium 6%
  • Sam's Dry 6%
  • Sam's Poundhouse 6%
  • Sam's Poundhouse Crisp 4.5%

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