St Austell Brewery has announced the official reopening date for its Charlestown harbourside pub and new beer house concept, with both set to welcome guests this month.

The Harbour Beer House, which has seen the former Harbour Inn transformed into a trendy new beer hangout, will open on Saturday June 22, whilst iconic pub, The Pier House, will reopen on Friday June 28.

The pub has been closed for a major refurbishment since the end of last year following a devastating fire in early 2023.

Renovations have been underway to restore the pub to its former glory and bring in new touches, with a whole new look to be revealed.

Helen Sprason, area manager for St Austell Brewery said: “It’s been amazing to watch the Pier House transform over the months to restore the pub to its former glory and then some.

“We’ve sensitively exposed the history of the building, showcasing the grandeur of the structure and how it’s been used over the years. There will be a dedicated restaurant area, lots of cosy nooks to sit and watch the world go by, and a lovely new bar, fully stocked with our range of award-winning beers.

“The 23 rooms are also receiving a major makeover, with the introduction of new textures and materials to reflect the pub’s coastal surroundings. We can’t wait for everyone to come and experience the Pier House once again.”

The Harbour Beer House is a joint venture between Padstow-based Harbour Brewing Co and St Austell Brewery. There will be a series of roadshows around Cornwall in the four days running up to its reopening where people can bag VIP invites to an exclusive night on Friday June 21- the day before its public opening  – along with beer tokens.