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This early Victorian brewery last saw active service in 1957 and is now a craft ale bottle shop and museum. Our enormous and ever-changing offering of over 250 different beers includes selections from all of the local brewers and beyond. Combine...more
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The Old Brewhouse High Street, Southwick PO17 6EB, England
Steeped in history and offering a great selection of ales at great prices
Staff are only to happy to help and advise plus go through some of the history with you
Definitely well worth a look and a sample
We stopped at the brew house to do some Christmas shopping for family. The staff were friendly and helpful. Plenty of choices of beer and cider. If your looking for something different this is the place to go.
Recommend to pop into the brewery by the village tea rooms. Great history and the chap was very helpful and full of information. Steep steps to upstairs where you can see the original machinery. Variety of different unusual ales on offer and buy 4 local...More
We pop in for ale, cider and stout about 5 times a year. Always fill up one or two of the cardboard carriers.
They send out regular email updates of new offerings.
The communication and service is always great and well worth experiencing as well...More
this is the one place we go to stock uo on all our beers and ciders for christmas. Its best approached from the carpark at the rear of the pub and that way you dont have to go too far to carry them. often doing...More
A micro brewery with a shop selling a wide range of bottled beers and some other drinks. It also has a small museum which is worth a 15 minute wander through. Would make an excellent trip out for an afternoon. The beers are not cheap...More
You can pop upstairs and see sone of the old brewing equipment/techniques, and then shop from the impressive selection of speciality beers. Knowledgeable staff on hand were able to advise re flavours and strengths etc.
Also on offer were various local history books, beer mats,...More