A short film I put together whilst living in Thailand.
From the beach of Newgale, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Carrying on after the brewery why not pop into a place to buy a load of cheese? We visited the same shop about three years ago and nothing has changed.
Pant Mawr Farmhouse Cheeses. The guy I remembered is still three, with is Welsh charm and taking the time to talk about his cheese. Sampling the best quality cheese I have tasted anywhere in the world.
Talk about family business, well this is it. Dad, Mom and son in the shop.
Known has the Cheese Shed. Doubles up has a Post Office. We brought six of their seven cheeses for under 20 GBP. From November to Christmas they offer a 10% discount on their cheeses. So a big saving for your Christmas hamper.
A tune for the beer drinker. If you call they will come.
A change of posting, rather than a full day post, I thought maybe a series of posts on a day to day of the road trip. Just check out the title for the post. Let me know what you think: a full day or a breakdown. I will still cover the day.
When it rains in Wales it rains and it didn’t stop all day. Still a lot to see, so lets get on with it.
Well worth the trip to a micro brewery is a little place called Gwaun Valley Brewery. The brewery was set up in 2009 by Len Davies, perfecting his recipes to get the unique flavours that everybody loves.
His wife Sarah designed the labels for the bottles and each shows a different scene from the Gwaun Valley.
On the B4313 five miles from Fishguard you will find the quaint brewery. With free tasting of the beers just to wet your appetite. Beers are for sale in individual bottles or a gift pack of three or you can buy has many bottles has you like. Great taste so worthwhile the visit. Staff are really polite and very helpful with no pressure sale.