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  1. 1Dark Star secure Horsham site

    Sussex based Dark Star Brewing Co. has secured 16 East Street in Horsham to create a new venue for the town. The site, which previously traded as 1898 coffee shop, will open in early 2016 after refurbishment. Commenting, James Cuthbertson, director at Dark Star said: "For years people have been asking us if we can open a venue in Horsham, so when this opportunity presented itself, we jumped at it. Having previously traded as The Anchor Tap, we will be reverting to that name and bringing back some of the tradition that comes with the site, investing heavily in creating something beautiful in the town".

    Added/Updated: 19-11-2015

    Category: Pub News

  2. 2Bison Beer

    Welcome to Bison Beer. We're a small bottle shop based a stone's throw from Brighton beach stocking a wide range of beer from around the world. We are local, independent and proud to be a part of what we think is the best city in the country. Find your favourite beers, try something new and buy supplies for home brew here. We focus on small breweries that value quality over quantity and firmly believe there is a beer for every occasion. We've even got a shop iPad that'll help match your dinner to one of our beers!

    Added/Updated: 09-11-2015

    Category: Shops

  3. 3Ten Great Pubs in Sussex

    A selection of the best country pubs throughout East and West Sussex including Brighton, Eastbourne, Lewes, Arundel and Alfriston.

    Added/Updated: 23-10-2015

    Category: Pub Reviews

  4. 4The Seal

    The Seal is one of Selsey's best-loved pubs, and its well-stocked bar area is a fantastic space in which to enjoy a wide range of wines, spirits and, of course, the opportunity to sample our selection of real ales. The Seal is proud to stock a wide range of beers and real ales and guests can sample an ever-changing variety of ales on tap. The Seal's restaurant enjoys a reputation for serving delicious, fresh locally-sourced food at reasonable prices in the coastal town of Selsey, West Sussex. Stay in style in our well-appointed, modern guest rooms. Our accommodation in Selsey is the perfect place from which to explore West Sussex.

    Added/Updated: 21-10-2015

    Category: Chichester

  5. 5Brighton Gin

    Brighton's first (legal) distillery, home of Brighton Gin and other future delights. We are five mates, all from Brighton, who love our city and love our gin. Kathy Caton, Dr. Easy (aka Ian Barry), Helen Chesshire, Jonathan Ray, Nigel Lambe, came together a few months ago over several glasses of gin (of course) and resolved to give the city we love the gin it deserves.

    Added/Updated: 14-10-2015

    Category: Breweries

  6. 6Richmond Arms

    Country pub, restaurant, B & B in an idyllic Sussex rural village at the foot of the South Downs, five minutes from Chichester. Locals bar and country kitchen serving locally sourced meats, seafood, game and vegetables in an innovative manner. Sunday roasts cooked on our "Rotisserie" and meats/seafood grilled over local wild wood charcoal. Classic bar snacks re-invented, regularly changing local microbreweries beers, home made hedgerow "eaux de vie" and large list of wines by the glass.... expressive of their origins and "terroir". A Great Location: Our beautiful village of West Ashling can be found at the foot of the South Down National Park, just a few miles from Bosham and Emsworth. World famous Goodwood is just a short drive away.

    Added/Updated: 07-10-2015

    Category: Chichester

  7. 7The Watchmaker's Arms

    Brighton and Hove's first micropub. We source most of our cask ales from local independent breweries. There are so many to choose from - according to CAMRA there are almost sixty in Sussex. We also source some exceptional ales from outside of the area through local wholesalers. We had Tiny Rebel's Cwtch available in June before it was awarded Best Beer in Britain at the 2015 Great British Beer Festival at Olympia in August. We normally have five casks tapped and usually have one dark beer, one best bitter, two pale ales (traditional pale, IPA, American pale etc.) and one other, which may be a golden ale or a red ale.

    Added/Updated: 22-09-2015

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  8. 8Search for great country pub food ends in West Sussex

    I've gone looking for the best summer country pub restaurant in the south and all I can say is: call off the search. It's the Richmond Arms (Mill Road, West Ashling, Chichester). The Richmond Arms appeared, a little nondescript at first glance, but with a nice white/grey paint job at the front and a cream-and-white van emblazoned with "Richmond Arms Mobile Kitchen". Inside the pub, everything is stripped-down and cool: the décor is white and RAF blue, with simple wooden tables on bare floorboards.

    Added/Updated: 31-08-2015

    Category: Pub Reviews

  9. 9The Crown, Hastings, pub review

    With an array of fabulous drinks, and a warm ambience, Audrey Gillian leaves Hastings wishing The Crown was her local. This is a traditional old boozer given a big lick of paint and a lot of love, and since it opened a year ago it has stolen the hearts not just of the hip, arty FILTH "Failed In London Try Hastings" crowd, but also the old-school stalwarts: the hippies, the fishermen and a host of other characters who call this seaside town home.

    Added/Updated: 30-08-2015

    Category: Pub Reviews

  10. 10Crate and Apple

    Focused on a rustic, local, country feel the Crate and Apple pub and restaurant is the perfect dining spot or casual meeting place. Located in the centre of the historic Chichester at Westgate, we serve locally sourced, seasonal food in a relaxed and welcoming setting. With a lick of paint and some tasteful renovations the pub has transformed into a beautiful country style pub with a enclosed dining room and casual bar and meeting area. A large secluded terrace can be found at the back of the pub and the sun trap garden is perfect for a drink with friends or a relaxing meal. Our menu features dishes created from hearty ingredients and full flavour techniques. With the focus on traditional pub classics with a fine dining twist, there is something for everyone.

    Added/Updated: 08-08-2015

    Category: Chichester


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