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Brighton Bier is the city’s biggest brewery, and Brighton Bierhaus – just a mile down the road from their fermentation tanks – is its tap room. With beer so fresh they can keg it and have it pouring within the hour, and staff always willing to talk you though the taps, this place has become a main fixture on the Brighton & Hove Beer scene barely a year since it opened. And, if you want to choose your pint before you arrive – or simply torment yourself with what you’re missing – you can check out ‘what’s pouring now’ from the comfort of your sofa.

Brighton Bier is truly rooted in its community. Earlier this year, they launched Mabiera, a 4% pale ale brewed specifically to raise funds for the ‘Save Madeira Terrace’ campaign. And, just before Christmas, Brighton Bierhaus held a ‘Day for the Greys’ during which they pledged 20% of their takings towards helping out a group who were crowdfunding to open a community pub.

They’re not afraid to do things differently because this is Brighton, this is Brighton Bier, and this is Brighton Bierhaus.

Brighton Bierhaus, 161, Edward St, Brighton, BN1 0JB
01273 686386
http://www.brightonbierhaus.com
Facebook – Brighton Bierhaus
Twitter – BrtnBierhaus
Instagram – @brightonbierhaus

Whilst you’re there, why not visit BrewDog Brighton or The Bevy?

Brighton & Hove Beer Week Events: Go West! Run / Walk / Stroll, Go East! Run / Walk / Stroll, Beer & Cheese Pairing with Brighton Bier & Patrick McGuigan, and Haus Party! Beer, Music & Football – Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion + Jangle Brothers (DJs)

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