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  1. 1Bartelby's Brewery

    Bartleby's Brewery is a microbrewery based in Hollingdean, Brighton. We make small batches of craft beer, which is suitable for vegans and delivered by bike. We make a range of ales, from hoppy summer pales to warming winter stouts. Bartleby's was started in Brighton 2 years ago, with the aim of making the beers we wanted to drink. It was started and is run by 2 friends, both called Matt - the beer Matts. We like beer. We also like bikes. And the planet. So, we deliver all our beer with our wonderful Velo Electrique tricycle.

    Added/Updated: 18-12-2014

    Category: Breweries

  2. 2The Wisborough

    Set in its own six acres of West Sussex parkland in Wisborough Green, The Wisborough is a true countryside pub, with true countryside values. The pub is currently going through a faithful redesign and a careful refurbishment of our 16th century barn and courtyard. The building will sport a larger countryside styled pub, small yet well stocked wine bar, two dining rooms and private club rooms, all adorned by restored beams, flagstone floors and original fireplaces. The extensive grounds and gardens have been rediscovered too and the ancient apple and pear gardens, secret children's garden, wildflower meadows, duck pond and huge herb, veg and free range poultry garden will be yours to view and use. We very much look forward to meeting you, your dog, horse or indeed duck in person soon.

    Added/Updated: 09-12-2014

    Category: Billingshurst

  3. 3360° Brewing Company

    From our base in Sussex, our aim is to produce a range of hand-crafted beers that are influenced by breweries and beer drinkers from around the world. Our core philosophy is to produce beers that people want to drink, rather than beers that we (or other experts) think people should be drinking, all brewed using the best ingredients, with no compromise.

    Added/Updated: 07-12-2014

    Category: Breweries

  4. 4High Weald Brewery

    High Weald Brewery has been running since February 2013, supplying pubs and off-licences in and around the East Grinstead area. Set up as a half-barrel brewery little bigger than many homebrew set-ups, it has recently expanded to a 4 barrel brewery to satisfy local demand. East Grinstead has been home to a number of breweries in the past, the most famous being the East Grinstead and Hope Brewery. We felt it was time that East Grinstead once again had its own brewery and the response and support from the local residents shows they feel the same way too. Many local people are delighted to have a town brewery and the beer sales have grown as word has spread.

    Added/Updated: 26-11-2014

    Category: Breweries

  5. 5Old Dunnings Mill

    An extended 15th century pub straddling one of the Wealden tributaries of the River Medway. Renowned for its high quality food; a traditional pub with a contemporary feel. Serving fine ales from Harveys Brewery. Dunning's Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 4AT

    Added/Updated: 14-11-2014

    Category: West Sussex Pubs

  6. 6The Hollingbury

    The Hollingbury, formerly The Hollingbury Hotel, has been situated in a prominent position in the Hollingdean area of Brighton since the late 19th century. Two large secluded beer gardens, sun terrace, free WiFi, bar billiards, pool table, live music. With access to 10 satellites, we show all the major sporting events, including football, rugby, golf, tennis, boxing and horse racing. The Hollingbury has been run by Lianne Halstead since 2000, when she swapped Local Government for local people. Pop in for a friendly welcome from Lianne and her staff.

    Added/Updated: 03-11-2014

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  7. 7The Goldstone Brewery

    Welcome to The Goldstone Brewery. We are a 10 Barrel Microbrewery, located in an old forge in the rolling hills of the South Downs in Ditchling, Sussex. The brewery was the brainchild of Mark Francis, who whilst running a bar in Brussels fell in love with the vast selection of Belguim beers on offer. When he returned to his home in Brighton he wanted to recapture those moments of shear pleasure when you try a new beer that knocks your socks off! With the help of Richard Venour our consultant brewer, who has won many awards over the years, including Best Beer at the Great British Beer Festival, they are trying to create original mind blowing Ales!

    Added/Updated: 25-10-2014

    Category: Breweries

  8. 8Star Inn

    Award winning pub. Originally built in 1486, The Star in Rusper is a cosy and welcoming pub serving a fine selection of beverages and traditional food. We have cosy wood-beamed bar areas with old carpenter's planes displayed. We serve traditional ales such as Greene King Abbot Ale, Fullers London Pride and Ringwood Best Bitter. There is a wide range of delicious authentic food on offer - even with some of Kosta's favourite Greek dishes.

    Added/Updated: 14-10-2014

    Category: Horsham

  9. 9The Hanover

    Stone-baked pizzas. Pub and Restaurant. The Hanover is the home of locally brewed ales. Every pump on the bar dispenses a beer from a Sussex brewer, and the choice changes with the seasons. Everyday drinks offers: 3 for 2 Shots - Tuaca, Sambuca, Jager, Tequila, selected premium spirits - double up for an extra £1.25. Real Sussex ales from £2.99 served all day. Pub Quiz on Tuesday night - 7.30pm onwards. All of our delicious pizzas are available to take away and don't forget we do a fantastic selection of homemade burgers!

    Added/Updated: 03-10-2014

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  10. 10The Admiral

    Calling all ale-drinkers and blues-lovers to come and get merry! Traditional English ales, fantastic Sunday lunches, live music. The Admiral, 2-6 Elm Grove, Brighton, BN2 3DD, Tel: 01273 691028

    Added/Updated: 25-09-2014

    Category: Brighton Pubs


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