Beer

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Beach at Beer

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.

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  • Beer Caves.
  • Pecorama. 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. £5.75 (discounts for children and seniors).

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  • Beach. The beach at Beer is pebbled, with long rubber mats leading towards the water.
  • Beer Regatta.

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