What the website says…

We specialise in building big flavours into beers with high drinkability at sessionable ABV’s. We don’t box tick styles just because they become fashionable.
We love cask beer and recognise its importance within UK beer culture.

Our take on Brighton Bier…

We have been huge fans of Brighton Bier and their progressive ethos. They are innovative with new ideas, yet maintain a foot firmly in the traditional camp and clearly have a passion for cask in their brewing and making it a focus in all of their pubs.

A bit of history…

Brighton Bier began their brewing in 2012 at the Hand in Hand in Kemptown in their unique pub brewery.

According to reports online they hold the accolade of being the first brewer to both brew and can their beers in Brighton. Focusing on can distribution in the early days, such as their debut Brighton Bier Pale Al,e they still dared to be different and were one of the first to use that tactile grippy wrapper on their cans – which at the time was pretty distinctive.

In 2017 they launched the Brighton Bier Haus on Edward Street, keeping alive a centuries old pub building previously called the Jury’s Out. One of the MDs proudly showed us around the custom-designed cellar system at the time, where they had painstakingly designed the whole cellar to keep all beers at the optimum temperature and reduce, to the shortest distance possible, the line between keg/cask and glass. It was all about making that beer taste as fresh as possible.

Rumour has it they have had their imitators along the way. The next time you spot Harvey’s Gold Bier on tap or in can, notice how it’s been spelled…

How local are they?

Brighton Bier brew at the Bell Tower Industrial Estate north of the Marina, where Loud Shirt are also based, and they say that all their beer is 100% brewed in Brighton.

From the blue and white, Brighton and Hove Albion-esque strip of the Brighton Bier cans, to the now three-strong pub chain across the city, Brighton Bier are Brighton through and through.

Our favourites 🍺

We absolutely adore their Freshman Vermont Pale – a hazy, fruity and dangerously sessionable delight at 4.5%.

10 Bell Tower Industrial Estate
Roedean Road
Brighton
BN2 5RU

01273 567374

Star Road Industrial Estate 22
Partridge Green
Horsham
RH13 8RA

01403 713085

What the website says…

We specialise in building big flavours into beers with high drinkability at sessionable ABV’s. We don’t box tick styles just because they become fashionable.
We love cask beer and recognise its importance within UK beer culture.

Our take on Brighton Bier…

We have been huge fans of Brighton Bier and their progressive ethos, they are innovative with new ideas, yet maintain a foot firmly in the traditional camp and clearly have a passion for cask in their brewing and making it a focus in all of their pubs.

A bit of history…

Brighton Bier began their brewing in 2012 at the Hand in Hand in Kemptown in their unique pub brewery.

According to reports online they hold the accolade of being the first brewer to both brew and can their beers in Brighton. Focusing on can distribution in the early days, such as their debut Brighton Bier Pale Ale, they still dared to be different and were one of the first to use that tactile grippy wrapper on their cans – which at the time was pretty distinctive.

In 2017 they launched the Brighton Bier Haus on Edward Street, keeping alive a centuries-old pub building previously called the Jury’s Out. One of the MDs proudly showed us around the custom-designed cellar system at the time, where they had painstakingly designed the whole cellar to keep al beers at the optimum temperature and reduce, to the shortest distance possible, the line between keg/cask and glass. It was all about making that beer taste as fresh as possible.

Rumour has it they have had their imitators along the way – the next time you spot Harvey’s Gold Bier on tap or in can, notice how it’s been spelled…

How local are they?

Brighton Bier brew at the Bell Tower Industrial Estate north of the Marina, where Loud Shirt are also based, and they say that all their beer is 100% brewed in Brighton.

From the blue and white, Brighton and Hove Albion-esque strip of the Brighton Bier cans, to the now three-strong pub chain across the city, Brighton Bier are Brighton through and through.

Our favourites 🍺

We absolutely adore their Freshman Vermont Pale – a hazy, fruity and dangerously sessionable delight at 4.5%.

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