As we are free of any brewery, pub chain or tie, The Independent is a true freehouse pub in the Hanover/Queens Park area of Brighton. As a freehouse, we are able to offer a more exciting choice of beers, wines and spirits. Currently, we have four real ales alongside 10 keg beers, but these change weekly so we recommend popping by to see what’s new on the bar! Our delicious menu mixes traditional British dishes with Mediterranean and other European flavours, including tasty vegetarian options. Everything is freshly prepared by our chef and made from the finest ingredients, and our menu changes daily.
Based in the heart of Maplehurst village in West Sussex, The White Horse offers open fires in the winter and a large garden with beautiful countryside views in the summer. We are a freehouse which regularly serves up to 5 real ales, from around the South East, as well as the local Maplehurst cider. Our well-kept ales and traditional country pub style has helped keep us in the Good Beer Guide since 1986. Beth and Simon Johnson have been running the White Horse since 1982, and have always kept to the principle of a friendly pub, serving good beer and classic pub grub. In fact, the homemade chili-con-carne, cooked from Beth’s secret family recipe, has become something of a local phenomenon.
The pub has recently undergone a complete refurbishment, bringing a tired old pub into the 21st century, while restoring many of the Victorian features you would expect to find in a pub of this age. Behind the bar you will find six real ales, half of which will be from local breweries, as well as a selection of craft beers from around the UK and Europe. We have a wide and varied wine selection from around the world, with many available by he glass, together with a good selection of spirits and soft drinks. Our food is a mixture of European and traditional British fare, with daily specials, all home cooked to order and all sourced from local suppliers where possible. At the White Hart, we take great pride in our warm welcoming approach and attentive service, creating a cosy atmosphere for eaters and drinkers alike. Our motto for our customers is “relax, enjoy and let us do the rest”. We are a dog-friendly pub.
Our branch covers a large area of Sussex, from the Seven Sisters to Camber along the coast and up the Kent border to the outskirts of Tunbridge Wells to the north. A highlight of our activities is the annual beer festival in Eastbourne, run in conjunction with the Events Team of Eastbourne Borough Council. This is a three-day event held in early October, now in its twelfth year. The CAMRA branch takes responsibility for selecting, presenting and serving the beer. Beer of the Festival awards are made to local and far away breweries.
A famous historic pub-restaurant the Black Rabbit is situated right on the River Arun with 150m of riverside seating and superb views of Arundel castle. With a large car park, extensive riverside terrace and a playground the Black Rabbit is perfect for lunch, dinner and riverside drinks.
The Six Bells at Lyminster is a charming old coaching inn renowned for its superb food and great atmosphere. The original features of this 300 year old Sussex flint building have been retained. It is conveniently located in the delightful village of Lyminster, close to the historic town of Arundel and the seaside resort of Littlehampton. Also convenient for Fontwell and Goodwood race courses.
The present day North Sussex CAMRA branch was formed at the Red Lion, Turners Hill, on Friday 29th March 1974. At the time of its foundation, North Sussex was the first and only CAMRA branch in the county so that ‘inaugural meeting’ held at the Red Lion was the birth place of CAMRA activity in Sussex. The branch organises the Spring Equinox Beer Festival in Horsham (March 5th and 6th, 2016).
This website is a guide to pubs in or nearby Horsham, West Sussex. The site originally developed from an interest in cycling to pubs in and around Horsham. That was fun but the main focus of the website now is the pubs. They are a personal choice. The pubs that I like.
Welcome to The Beer Essentials, real ale off-licence in West Sussex. We deal in a wide variety of real ales from all across the UK and beyond, both in bottles and straight from the cask to take away in refillable containers. Opening Hours: Tuesday to Thursday: 10am to 6pm. Friday and Saturday: 10am to 7pm.
Overlooking the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park located on the outskirts of the picturesque town of Petworth. A 300 year old freehouse recently purchased by a local family following the death of the legendary landlord Ted Whitcomb. The Welldiggers Arms will re-open in January 2016 offering a fine restaurant, a delicious deli counter, a cosy bar with a fireplace and 14 intimate and quirky bedrooms. Visit all year round, relax with a cocktail, long brunch, business lunch, quick snack, shoot supper, weekend break or an extended holiday in an idyllic British destination.
Jim, Mark, John, Wiggy and Izzy would like to extend a warm welcome to you at the Yew Tree Inn Chalvington. Please come and join us to experience the eccentricity, which makes this pub so unique! Set in 7 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside, the Yew Tree Inn Chalvington is a traditional pub situated 6 miles from Hailsham, close to the county town of Lewes and the seaside town of Eastbourne. We are a free house offering fine ales and home cooked food served both inside and out. The Yew Tree Inn Chalvington is a child and dog-friendly pub with a large patio, children’s play area, extensive grounds and a wonderful large conservatory – perfect for parties. Unusually, we also have a cricket field and campsite!