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This is a small and interesting one-bar local situated in a hamlet close to the Wheal Martyn china clay museum. Sawles was a local landowner who built the pub for the clay workers in the nearby pits; the pub at one time also brewed its own beer. The Tribute may be supplemented by a second brew from St Austell in summer. There is a small games room housing the pool table, and food is available 12:00-14:30, 18:00-21:00 except Thursdays in winter.