Real Ale fans can literally look forward to a ton of beer when the town’s first craft beer pub and wine bar Teign Cellars opens its doors on Friday, May 3.
The East Street pub, formerly known as The Greene Man, will be offering over 100 different varieties of bottled beers, in addition to a number of ever-changing brews on draft sourced from the South West’s growing number of micro-breweries.
Teign Cellars front of house manager Stuart O’Dell told the PRSD: “Newton Abbot is known for its beer festivals and the response since we opened our off license in Union Street specialising in independently-produced real ale and cider, has proved that there’s a real thirst in this town for variety, and what are regarded as non-corporate craft ales.”
The shop will now move to the same premises as the pub – resulting in a huge choice for customers.
Owner Chris Langmaid said: “The microbrewery revolution is fuelling a new attitude to ale. The public’s tastes have changed in recent years, people are more adventurous and love experimenting with the most modern and imaginative brews.
“At Teign Cellars we’ll help them navigate the best beers the South West has to offer and suggest suitable beers to accompany their food, if asked.”
With a menu promising ‘good pub food with a twist’ accompanied with beer and wine recommendations, a cellar overflowing with bespoke beer and plans to communicate with their customers via social media (@teigncellars), Teign Cellars balances traditional pub values with modern thinking. We’ll drink to that… cheers!