The Sun Inn - The Home of The Corvedale Brewery
The Pub’s bar, lounge and restaurant will be open during the Festival.
Beer purchased at the Festival may be consumed in the Pub.
Families are welcome in the Pub.
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The Sun Inn is a family pub run by Norman & Teresa Pearce noted for its real ales and good pub food.

The Pub is situated in the beautiful Corvedale between Ludlow with its castle guarded by both the Rivers Teme and Corve, Bridgnorth with its castle remains set on a cliff high above the River Severn, and Much Wenlock, the birthplace of the modern Olympic Games.

The Sun Inn was first licensed in 1613 and the Pearce family have been there for over 25 years.

In 1997 Norman Pearce established the Corvedale Brewery in what was the old chicken and lumber shed behind the Pub. The first brew was Norman's Pride that is still a firm favourite but is now accompanied by other award-winning ales such as St George’s Stout.

The food that has made the Pub famous locally is prepared and cooked on the premises using local produce. For example, the eggs and free-range chickens are sourced from the farmer next door. All meals are served with a selection of up to six fresh vegetables and a choice of chips, new potatoes or rice. There is also a vegetarian option on the menu.

The Pub has three public areas, the bar that has a pool table and dartboard, the lounge, and the restaurant.

Diddlebury Village Hall Committee would like to thank Norman & Teresa for the free use of the Pub car park to stage the Ale in The Dale Beer Festival.

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The Ale in The Dale Beer Festival is a charitable
fundraising event organised by Diddlebury Village Hall
Registered Charity Number: 522511
All profits generated from the Festival go to the Village Hall Renewal Fund