Teign Cellars67 East Street
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This pub was previouly called the 'Greene Man', and prior to that, the 'Devon Arms'. In the 19th-century when this pub was called the Devon Arms, its cellar was used as the 'oakum picking room', where paupers were assigned to produce oakum by un-twisting old ropes. Oakum being used to seal the seams of wooden boats. Today, it is a simply decorated single room bar, currently serving 4 ales, 3 on handpump and one on a stillage, together with up to 10 traditional ciders and perrys from polyboxes. Also on offer are up to 12 keg craft beers and lagers, together with a vast selection (170+) of bottled beers and ciders. This pub that is well worth a visit if you are in the area. The bottle shop is open 10.30 to 5pm. An extensive food menu is available.