Brighton & Hove Beer Week Venues

tHESE ARE THE VENUES THAT TOOK PART IN 2018 – STAND BY FOR EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENTS ABOUT THE 2019 VENUES!

Nearly thirty of the very best pubs, bars, bottle shops and restaurants are taking part in Brighton & Hove Beer Week. These are the places where you’ll find the very cream of what Brighton & Hove has to offer in terms of contemporary beer drinking. Each venue is coordinating exciting events to showcase the city’s vibrant beer and brewing culture (and these will be announced very soon!).

The venues are spread right across Brighton and Hove – some a short stumble from the two main stations, others a little further afield. Check out the Map of Venues to plan your route. You’ve got ten days – so why not visit them all?

Just click on the individual venue’s name below to jump straight to it.

The Basketmakers Arms

BeFries

The Bevy

Bison Beer Craft House

The Black Dove

BrewDog Brighton

Brighton Beer Dispensary

Brighton Bierhaus

The Brunswick

Craft Beer Co.

Curry Leaf Café

Evening Star

The Greys

The Hand in Hand

Idle Hands

The Independent

Jolly Brewer Beer House

The Lord Nelson

Loud Shirt Brewing

North Laine Brewhouse

The Pond

Prince Albert

Quaff

The Watchmaker’s Arms

The Westbourne

The World’s End

Map of Venues

There are around thirty of the very best pubs, bars, bottle shops and restaurants taking part in Brighton & Hove Beer Week. These are the places where you can find the very best of what Brighton & Hove has to offer in terms of contemporary beer drinking. Each venue is coordinating exciting events to showcase the city’s vibrant beer and brewing culture.

The venues are spread right across Brighton – some a short stumble from the two main stations, others a little further afield. You’ve got ten days – so why not visit them all?

Just click here to read about all the venues.

 

Hand Brew Co.

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Running up the spine of the Hand in Hand pub in Kemptown is one of the most quirkily interesting breweries in town. Hand Brew Co. is based in the 5BBL capacity tower brewery, originally installed by legendary ex-landlord, Bev Robbins, in the late 1980s. The brewery operates on gravity alone, meaning the malt has to be carried up to the top of the building by hand before every brew.

Head brewer, Jack Tavare, is a young homebrewer turned commercial brewer via the Diploma in British Brewing Technology at Sunderland’s Brewlab. He is imaginative, skilful and dedicated to producing both cask and keg which can be found both in the pub and right across the city. There’s no small-pack production as yet so drink it here and drink it fresh!

Hand Brew Co., The Hand in Hand, 33, Upper St James’s St, Brighton, BN2 1JN
01273 699595
http://www.handbrewco.com
Facebook – Hand Brew Co
Twitter – @HandBrewCo
Instagram – @handbrewco

Brighton & Hove Beer Week Events: Hand Brew Co. Brewery Tours

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Holler

 

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Yes, the secret’s out: by the time Brighton & Hove Beer Week is upon us we’ll have a new brewery in the city! Since 2016, Holler have been brewing their quirky, tasty beers on a farm in East Sussex, but their connection to the city has always been strong. Last year, for example, they brewed a collaboration with The Bevy – a red rye ale called The Beast of Bevendean – and donated a percentage of the profits directly to the community pub.

And now, drawn by the big city lights, they’re opening up a new brewery in the centre of Brighton & Hove! We wish them well and look forward to giving them a proper Beer Week welcome!

Holler Brewery
http://www.hollerbrewery.com
Facebook – Holler Brewery
Twitter – @HollerBrewery
Instagram – @hollerbrewery

 

 

Loud Shirt

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One of the newest additions to the Brighton brewing scene, Loud Shirt Brewing Co. occupy a unit on the same Kemptown industrial estate as Brighton Bier. The brainchild of old friends, Martyn Batchelor and Mike Thomson, it started production in a garden shed but now brews on a 10 BBL kit with the capacity to turn out 6000 pints a week.

Their beer is available in cask, keg and bottle and, every month, they throw open the  doors to their brewery and host a party with live music and lots of beer! Look out for them and their beers throughout Brighton & Hove Beer Week – with shirts like that, you can’t miss them!

Loud Shirt Brewing Co. Unit 5, Bell Tower Industrial Estate, Roedean Road, Brighton, BN2 5RU
01273 087077
http://www.loudshirtbeer.co.uk
Facebook – Loud Shirt Beer
Twitter – @LoudShirtBeer
Instagram – @loudshirtbeer

North Laine Brewhouse (Laine Brew Co.)

 

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Most Laine Brew Co. beers are brewed on their 45-barrel kit up in Adversane, West Sussex, and you can find these in Laine’s pubs across Brighton & Hove and London. However, Laine Brew Co. also brews at the People’s Park Tavern in Hackney, the Four Thieves in Clapham and, down here in the centre of Brighton, at the North Laine Brewhouse.

All but one of the Laine Brew Co. cask ales served at the North Laine Brewhouse is brewed on site, and there are plans to brew more of the keg beer here too – so make sure you pop in and grab yourself a pint of something fresh and tasty!

Laine Brew Co.
http://www.laine.beer
Facebook – Laine Brew Co.
Twitter – @LaineBrewCo
Instagram – @lainebrewco

North Laine Brewhouse, 27, Gloucester Place, Brighton, BN1 4AA
01273 683666
http://www.northlaine.pub
Facebook – North Laine Brewhouse
Twitter – @northlainepub
Instagram – @northlainepub

The Basketmakers Arms

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The Basketmaker’s Arms is full of stories. They’re scrawled across ripped up beer mats or scratched onto scraps of dusty paper, and then stuffed tight into the vintage tins that cover nearly every square inch of the walls. Prise a tin open, and you can take one out to read. Trysts between lovers, beer-drenched philosophy, or the doodles of a loner, they’re all preserved on the walls of this Brighton institution. If the mood takes you, you can rip up a Rizla packet and add your own for a stranger to discover sometime in the future whilst they enjoy a not-yet-poured pint.

When you arrive at this traditional pub on pretty much any evening it initially seems as if all the tables are taken. But this is the magic that separates The Basketmaker’s faithful from those who’ll never be a part of the story. Buy a beer, wait at the bar, and within a few short minutes, the scene will probably shift, seats will become apparent, and you’ll find a place to sit and enjoy the busy view.

The Basketmaker’s Arms is a Fuller’s pub, and most of the beer on offer comes directly from the Griffin Brewery in Chiswick. If you hanker for a pint of the freshest London Pride, this is your place. For Brighton & Hove Beer Week, however, they’ll be doing something a little bit different, so get yourself along there, buy a beer, and start a story of your own.

The Basketmakers Arms, 12, Gloucester Road, Brighton, BN1 4AD
01273 689006
http://www.basket-makers-brighton.co.uk
Facebook – The Basketmakers Arms
Twitter – @thebasketmakers
Instagram – @thebasketmakers

Whilst you’re there, why not visit North Laine Brewhouse or The Pond?

Brighton & Hove Beer Week Events: Going Local at The Basketmakers Arms