Going Local at The Basketmaker’s Arms


What: Going Local at The Basketmakers Arms

When: Friday 24 August – Sunday 2 September 2018 (all week)

Where: The Basketmakers Arms, 12, Gloucester Road, Brighton, BN1 4AD

Entry fee: not applicable

In addition to the usual solid range of Fuller’s beer, throughout Brighton & Hove Beer Week The Basketmakers Arms – a Brighton beery institution – will be serving four ales brewed in Sussex (two from Dark Star and two from other local breweries). Pop in for a pint in one of the cosiest rooms in the city.

Northern Monk Tap Takeover


What: Northern Monk Tap Takeover

When: Friday 24th August – Sunday 26th August 2018

Where: The Pond, 49 Gloucester Road, Brighton, BN1 4AQ

Entry fee: not applicable

Dip your toes in The Pond and sample an epic tap takeover from one of the best breweries in the UK. Northern Monk (Leeds) will be taking over the taps all weekend – and don’t forget The Pond’s lovely street food from Baby Bao. It’s well worth getting your feathers wet!

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North Laine Collaboration Carnival


What: North Laine Collaboration Carnival 

When: Friday 24 August 2018

Where: North Laine Brewhouse, 27, Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA

Entry fee: not applicable

Kick off your Brighton & Hove Beer Week with a celebration at the North Laine Brewhouse! Featuring a live performance from Brighton favourites, Carnival Collective – a 25 piece brass band that can get any party started – plus DJs, special menus and some joyous beery goings on: this will be quite a night!

And, as part of the party, be amongst the first to sample 3 unique Brighton & Hove Beer Week collaboration beers which will be launched at the North Laine Brewhouse tonight. These were brewed by Laine Brew Co. alongside Unbarred, Kiln & Dark Star, right here at the North Laine Brewhouse. Get them before they’re gone!


Siren Tap Takeover


What: Siren Tap Takeover

When: Friday 24 August 2018

Where: Brighton Beer Dispensary, 38 Dean Street, Brighton, BN1 3EG

Entry fee: Not applicable

Brighton Beer Dispensary are the city’s expert tap takeover hosts, and multi-award winning Berkshire brewery, Siren Craft Brew, are not shy of sharing their best brews and limited editions with the Brighton crowd. So, start your Beer Week as you mean to go on with a tap takeover that you can already hear calling!

Sky-High Beer Tasting – Harvey’s in the i360


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What: Sky-High Beer Tasting – Harvey’s in the i360

When: Friday 24 August 2018 8pm-9pm

Where: British Airways i360, Brighton Beach (on site of historic West Pier), BN1 2LN

Entry fee: £20

Tickets available from: British Airways i360 website

Get your Brighton & Hove Beer Week off to a flying start by joining Miles Jenner – legendary head brewer of Harvey’s Brewery – for a tasting flight on the British Airways i360. Glide up to 450 feet to experience 360 degree views of Brighton & Hove and the South Coast, and share a tutored tasting of some of Sussex’s finest ales.

Get your tickets here! Book early to avoid missing out!


Spotlight on Sussex Beer at The Westbourne


What: Spotlight on Sussex Beer at The Westbourne

When: Friday 24 August – Sunday 2 September (all week)

Where: The Westbourne, 90 Portland Road, Hove, BN3 5DN

Entry fee: not applicable

Head over to the wild west of Hove for a week-long Sussex breweries tap takeover. The Westbourne has 7 keg line and 4 casks and all will be flowing with local beer for the duration of Brighton & Hove Beer Week. Enjoy!

Spotlight on Sustainability with Good Things Brewing Co.


What: Spotlight on Sustainability with Good Things Brewing Co.

When: Friday 24 August – Sunday 2 September 2018

Where: The Evening Star, 55-56. Surrey Street, Brighton, BN1 3PB

Entry fee: not applicable

Throughout Brighton & Hove Beer Week, The Evening Star will be throwing the spotlight on sustainability with a display outlining Good Things Brewing Co.‘s quest to become the most sustainable brewery in the world. They’ll also have Good Things Brewing Co.’s pale ale on tap at a special price all week.

Keep an eye out for more sustainability events at The Evening Star.