- This article is about Beer, a town in England. See alcoholic beverages for the beverage.
Beer is a town in Devon about 25 miles from Exeter. The name comes not from the alcoholic beverage but from the old English word bearu, meaning forest. The town rings a small cove with a big beach, with no harbor to speak of. Boats are pulled up onto the beach.
- Beer Quarry Caves, Quarry Lane, ☎ +44 1297 680282, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Open every day until Sat 31st October. From April to September Tours Start at 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30 and 15:30.. Adult £7.50 Child 5 to 16 years and Senior Citizen £5.50 Family 2 adults + 2 Children £23.50 Under 5's FREE.
- Pecorama, ☎ +44 1297 21542. Su-F 10AM-5:30PM, Sa 10AM-1PM (Apr-Oct). A museum of model railways, Pecorama's prize feature is the Beer Heights Light Railway, a miniature railway that runs through the building's gardens. Wide range of ticket prices available.
- Beach. The beach at Beer is pebbled, with long rubber mats leading towards the water.
- Beer Regatta.