About St Davids Old Farmhouse Brewery
We are Mark and Emma Evans and we knew we needed to think ‘outside of the box’ if we were to sustain our family farm for future generations. We are passionate about our farming roots, and also about the environment that surrounds us so we wanted to reflect this and allow people to connect with where there food and drink comes from. After many months of discussion we decided in 2018, thanks to a grant from the Welsh Government Food Business Initiative, to restore and diversify the old farmhouse on our family farm, which at the time came complete with elderflower tree! Over the next 2 years we worked many fantastic people to restore the old farmhouse and diversify and convert it into a micro-brewery, and in November 2020 St Davids Old Farmhouse Brewery, aka Mark, brewed his first beers! Since then we have gone from strength to strength, winning a host of awards, locally and nationally, including most recently 2 gold stars for our Cwrw Clos on the 2022 Great Taste Awards! And, there are lots more exciting ideas to come… #IechydDa
Open all year.
We are a family run business so we don’t have set opening times, but are happy to open on request so give us a call/message on social media and we’ll get back to you!
- Disabled Access
- Disabled Toilet
- Free Admission
- Groups welcome
- Open All Year
- Parking (free)
- Pembrokeshire Produce
- Wet Weather attraction
The brewery is accessible by wheelchair/persons with limited mobility.
You can find us on the main A487 from St Davids to Fishguard, we are 1 mile outside of St Davids on the left hand side of the road (just after Dr Beynons Bug Farm!).
The T11 St Davids to Fishguard passes the end of our farm lane, or there is a fflecsi but in operation locally – see: https://www.fflecsi.wales/locations/pembrokeshire/