Beers on the Pier!

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What: Beers on the Pier!

When: Thursday 30 August 2018 from midday

Where: Horatio’s Bar, Brighton Palace Pier, Madeira Drive, BN2 1TW

Entry fee: not applicable

Grab a bag of candy floss, fill your pockets with change for the slot machines and head down to Horatio’s Bar at the end of the pier for a celebration of local brewing. Eight breweries will be showcasing their best brews in this off-shore beer festival!

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Dark Star Showcase

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What: Dark Star Showcase

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

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

Entry fee: not applicable

Dark Star Brewery started out brewing in the basement of The Evening Star pub. Now brewing in Partridge Green in West Sussex, it’s coming home for Brighton & Hove Beer Week. The Evening Star will be dedicating 5 keg lines and 4 casks to Dark Star beers. Make sure you pop in and grab one in the place where it was first dreamed of

Spotlight on Sustainability with Good Things Brewing Co.

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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.

 

Sussex on Tap at North Laine Brewhouse

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What: Sussex on Tap at North Laine Brewhouse

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

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

Entry fee: not applicable

Throughout Brighton & Hove Beer Week, North Laine Brewhouse will have 24 (yes, 24!) taps of Sussex beer on the bar. 18 keg and 6 cask beers from right across the county will be showcased in this lively brewpub.

Sussex Showcase at Curry Leaf Café

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What: Sussex Showcase at Curry Leaf Café 

When: Friday 24 August – Sunday 2 September 2018 

Where: Curry Leaf Café, Lanes Café, 60, Ship St, Brighton, BN1 1AE and Curry Leaf Café Kemptown Kitchen, 40-42 Upper St James’s Street, Brighton, BN2 1JN

Entry fee: not applicable 

According to award-winning beer sommelier, Jane Peyton, Curry Leaf Cafe has one of the most extensive beer menus she has ever seen. And, throughout Brighton & Hove Beer Week, Curry Leaf Cafe’s Lanes Café will have an extra-special beer menu showcasing what they believe to be some of the best breweries from in and around Sussex. Each beer will be carefully paired with their amazing street food and curries allowing you to enhance your meal with local brews.

 

Train Beers

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What: Train Beers

When: Friday 24 August – Sunday 2 September 2018 noon – 9pm

Where: Curry Leaf Café, Brighton Station Kiosk, Main Concourse, Brighton Station, Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3XP

Entry fee: not applicable (all beers £3:50)

Tired of only finding mainstream beers for the train ride home? Feel messed about by the joys of delays, engineering works and ever-changing timetables? Throughout Brighton & Hove Beer Week, the Curry Leaf Café kiosk at Brighton Station will be extending their range of takeaway craft beers to include 10 exceptional brews from Sussex breweries. They’ll be featuring the likes of Cloak & Dagger, Gun Brewery, Firebird, Kiln, Dark Star and more – so there’s no need to feel hard-done-to on the train ride home ever again!