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We love living and working in Pembrokeshire, it's a beautiful county full of contrasts in skies and landscapes. It was our favourite places that inspired the colours for Caffle brewery so we invite you to seek the places out for yourself.
Using the GPS coordinates provided you can take part in the Caffle trail. Once you are at the location take a photo of yourself and share with us either on facebook or twitter.
Picton Point is a beautiful, tranquil heavily wooded place that is special to the Bannister family, providing a venue for memorable Sunday walks with Granny. It is the meeting point of The Eastern and Western Cleddau rivers: The Eastern Cleddau rises in the foothills of the Preselli Hills, it's journey south passes by Llawhaden on its way to Picton.
Our four rescued chickens provide eggs - sometimes, entertainment, inspiration and recycle used barley - what is not to like about them? They all have very different characteristics and it seemed a good idea for them to join the caffle family so one of our first beers is proudly chicken brown.
The Blue Lagoon, Abereiddi -a short walk along the coast path from the car park and shaley beach is the location of many memorable visits with family and people we used to share this place with in former lives as outdoor pursuits instructors.
Mynydd Preseli (Preseli mountains) can been seen from the brewery and overlook much of Pembrokeshire. There are some great walks with stunning views, even at night. The Preselis are the location of the blue stones of Stonehenge - beer must have been a driving force to get the stones all that way!
We love using our own Caffle grown hops in this beer. So their amazing colour, when they are ready to be added to a brew, was the inspiration for this label.
Tenby is one of Pembrokeshire's most well known towns and its easy to see why it's so popular with visitors and locals alike. A beautiful seaside town with some amazing beaches and its on one of those beaches that sits one of it most distinctive buliding, the old lifeboat station.
This ivy covered pub is one of our favourite locals and its many distincive charms make it a very popular hidden gem in Pembrokeshire. Cresswell Quay sits on the banks of Cresswell river and was the end point of many a Bannister canoeing trip. We enjoy going there so much it now has its own Caffle ale on tap.
Out of all the sea birds you can find along the Pembrokeshire coast the Puffin is one of the cutest. Between April and August you can find one of the UK's most important Puffin colonies on the island of Skomer.
Pembrokeshire is probably most famous for its coast path running from Poppit sands to Amroth, 186 miles in total. There are so many amazing sights all along the this route including impressive rock formations created by the power of the sea.