Next week we are hosting our first beer festival of 2019, an unmissable event for beer lovers which will showcase the diversity of styles now being produced in microbreweries across the UK.

The Dark, The Light & The Saison runs over the weekend 15th – 17th March (the final weekend of the Six Nations rugby tournament) and gathers together a selection of beers chosen by Landlady Louise Treseder and Head Brewer Pete Martin. 

Pete and Louise have chosen some of their favourite pale ales, dark beers and saisons (fruity, spicy beers which often have a lower ABV and are made using local ingredients) from microbreweries as far away as Nottinghamshire and Gloucestershire.

Each producer has agreed to swap their beer for the equivalent amount from The Driftwood Spars Brewery own award-winning range; an exchange which is sure to lead to future events and collaborations. 

Some of these beers have never been available in Cornwall before, so we’re really excited to be bringing such an interesting selection together under one roof.

We also have a great weekend of music lined up, including Brighton-based group Saint Agnes and covers band Booboo.

We hope you'll join us for what promises to be a brilliant weekend!