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Gun Brewery

We brew at Gun Hill, on a beautiful 140 acre organic mixed farm in the Sussex Weald. The farm has a history of hop growing and some survive to this day in the hedgerows. It’s a lovely place to be and a lovely place to brew. In making our beer we aim to tread lightly on our surroundings. We generate much of our own power from a 15kw solar array; heating from a wood powered boiler and our spent grains keep the local livestock happy. All the water used for brewing comes from our own spring source deep below the organically farmed land. The water is microfiltered and UV treated to ensure its purity without the need for chemicals. It’s delicious and great for brewing.

The William Hardwicke

One of Bognor’s best known and well-loved pubs, The William Hardwicke has something for everyone! Our restaurant, Little Italy, is open every day from 12-9, serving traditional Italian cuisine and some of the tastiest pizzas around. Pop in and see why we won the Observer Pub of the Year 2015. Our coffee shop is open all day, every day, with our trained baristas making the finest Illy coffee and Damman Freres tea and delicious cakes and pastries. Our cocktail bar is open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 6.00pm.

Chilgrove Spirits

Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, surrounded by woodland and steeped in thousands of years of history and tradition lies the sleepy Sussex hamlet of Chilgrove. This beautiful corner of rural England is home to Chilgrove Dry Gin, an astonishing spirit as elegant as it is gloriously English.

The George at Eartham

The George has been a public house for over 170 years and is first shown on the Tithe Map from 1840. Nestled into the rolling hills of the Sussex South Downs National Park The George is just off the beaten track in the small village of Eartham, perfectly situated just 6 miles from the bustling city of Chichester and within 10 miles of Petworth, Midhurst and Arundel. A traditional English pub, it provides a comfortable and welcoming place to visit whatever the season.

Firebird Brewing Co

We are qualified Master Brewers and we renewed an old friendship to create Firebird Brewing Company. We brew outstanding examples of the best traditional beers from around the World at our Brickworks Brewery in Rudgwick, near Horsham. We use modern science and years of experience to make our beers. We love our beers and we hope you do too.

Brighton Bier

Brighton’s original craft brewers. 100% independent and 100% brewed in the city. International award winning brewery, their signature 4.0% Pale “Brighton Bier” won a Gold Medal at the International Beer Challenge 2015, one of only three UK breweries to win Gold in any category out of over 630 beers from more than 30 countries. Produce a range of beers in cask, keg and packaged that are sold across the country and also internationally. Have also collaborated on beers with breweries from as far afield as Japan, and with GBBF winners Tiny Rebel. Brighton Bier grew out of a passion for beer and a shared ambition to play a lead role in the revival of the city’s once proud and independent commercial brewing heritage, and put Brighton firmly back on the brewing map. It’s been a journey from humble beginnings on a 4-bbl kit in a brew-pub and gypsy brewing for extra capacity to an award-winning pub and 15-bbl bespoke brew kit in premises in Brighton. At Brighton Bier our plan is to embrace the attitude, ingredients and flavour profiles of the progressive beer styles from Belgium, North America and beyond, but to do so in a way that respects the character and historical integrity of British ale.

Riverside Brewery

Brewing in the Southdowns National Park, right on the banks of the River Adur. Riverside Brewery is a limited company that was incorporated on 27th July 2015. The brewery was founded by Keith Kempton, Mike Rice and Roger Paxton. The brewery is equipped with a 5bbl kit.

Brighton Pubs

A recent resurgence of interest in real ale has also seen a welcome boom in micro-breweries, placing Brighton firmly on the beer-lover’s map. David Muggleton takes us on a tour of these watering holes, including the long-established venerable Greyhound, elegant Regency Cricketers, high-Victorian Colonnade, elaborate mock-Tudor King & Queen and the English Renaissance revivalist Good Companions, the pub reputed to have opened on the very day that the Second World War began. Brimming with quirky tales and fascinating facts, this carefully crafted guide initiates readers into the fascinating history of Brighton’s pubs.

Greyhound Brewery

Greyhound Brewery is a small family run micro brewery based in rural West Sussex. We are artists and designers bringing the same passion and thought to our brewing as we do to our other creative endeavours. We’re into making great beers with big flavour and want to share them with you. Look out for Greyhound Brewery and join us on our journey!

Foresters Arms Kirdford

The Foresters Arms Kirdford is a charming 17th-century village pub with wooden beams, stone and brick floors and an inglenook fireplace, perfectly nestled in the quiet village of Kirdford in the beautiful West Sussex. With an excellent range of food and a great selection of quality Hall and Woodhouse Badger beers, you can enjoy a wonderful alfresco dining experience or an intimate evening with your loved ones beside the cosy fireplace. This quaint traditional village pub offers a varied and delicious menu with BBQs in the summer and regular theme nights. As well as a well-kept boules pitch in the rear of the garden for those leisurely (or competitive) games on a sunny afternoon. There is also a dartboard for the less active sportsman and a small children’s play area located opposite the pub.