What the website says…

We love brewing vibrant, delicious beers; and we love our loud shirts!

Our take on Loud Shirt Brewing Co…

Loud Shirt Brewing Co don’t just talk-the-talk, they strut proudly around Brighton, donning their vibrant shirts.

Their branding evolved as a homage their flower-power youth and invokes hedonistic references, psychedelic shapes and embraces all things hippie. In keeping with the theme they throw regular live music events at their brewery-come-taproom, turning it into a mini Glasto. Right on!

When it comes to the beer, Loud Shirt Brewing Co are churning out an impressively large range of cask that are hitting the flavour mark with Blondes, Pales, Golds, Stouts and Ryes.

When compared to other local brewers they might be considered a little safe in the flavour stakes. They aren’t aiming for complexity and the wraps go into very little speil on the ingredients, hops, malt varieties and flavours. For them, it’s not about overwhelming their drinkers with bold flavours, it’s about providing beer that you can drink lots of.

A bit of history…

When Founder/Directors Martin and Mike were coming up with the name they were struggling to think of something both personal and attention grabbing. On the day of the decision they both happened to be wearing quirky shirts, which was a common occurence anyway, and that’s all there is to it.

The brewery launched in 2016 from a humble shed in Brighton, and while they may have only been keen hobbyists, within a couple of years they had made the brave expansion into their own brewery and taproom.

Brewery tours and the live music at the brewery evolved out of a plan to develop the brewery into more of a community location and not just a place for production.

Recently Kate joined the team who also has brewing experience at Laine Brew Co and Brighton Bier.

The team aim to continue to bring out 2 new beers a year to expand their already massive range. They would also like to develop the tap room to create an outdoor drinking space and are coax down some of the millions of tourists that visit Brighton every year.

How local are they?

Loud Shirt brew and serve their colourful concoctions out of the Bell Tower Industrial Estate at the far end of Kemptown, just across from Brighton Bier, so couldn’t be more local.

Our favourites 🍺

We thoroughly enjoyed their Bohemian Gold one summer’s afternoon. Crisp and mouthwatering, with slight honey and bee pollen sweetness ending dry and slightly peppery. Great flavour for a 4% abv.

The Ecstacy Stout, at a devil-may-care 6.66% abv, is another excellent option for those that like the flavours of dark toasted malts but want it a little sweet and sessionable.

The Euphoria Red at 4.8% is a great ruby rye, chewy with flavours of malty bread, almonds and little spice, softened with berry fruits and a toasted malt finish.

Unit 5, Bell Tower Industrial Estate
Roedean Road
Brighton
BN2 5RU

01273 087077

Unit 5, Bell Tower Industrial Estate
Roedean Road
Brighton
BN2 5RU

01273 087077

What the website says…

We love brewing vibrant, delicious beers; and we love our loud shirts!

Our take on Loud Shirt Brewing Co…

Loud Shirt Brewing Co don’t just talk-the-talk, they strut proudly around Brighton, donning their vibrant shirts.

Their branding evolved as a homage their flower-power youth and invokes hedonistic references, psychedelic shapes and embraces all things hippie. In keeping with the theme they throw regular live music events at their brewery-come-taproom, turning it into a mini Glasto. Right on!

When it comes to the beer, Loud Shirt Brewing Co are churning out an impressively large range of cask that are hitting the flavour mark with Blondes, Pales, Golds, Stouts and Ryes.

When compared to other local brewers they might be considered a little safe in the flavour stakes. They aren’t aiming for complexity and the wraps go into very little speil on the ingredients, hops, malt varieties and flavours. For them, it’s not about overwhelming their drinkers with bold flavours, it’s about providing beer that you can drink lots of.

A bit of history…

When Founder/Directors Martin and Mike were coming up with the name they were struggling to think of something both personal and attention grabbing. On the day of the decision they both happened to be wearing quirky shirts, which was a common occurence anyway, and that’s all there is to it.

The brewery launched in 2016 from a humble shed in Brighton, and while they may have only been keen hobbyists, within a couple of years they had made the brave expansion into their own brewery and taproom.

Brewery tours and the live music at the brewery evolved out of a plan to develop the brewery into more of a community location and not just a place for production.

Recently Kate joined the team who also has brewing experience at Laine Brew Co and Brighton Bier.

The team aim to continue to bring out 2 new beers a year to expand their already massive range. They would also like to develop the tap room to create an outdoor drinking space and are coax down some of the millions of tourists that visit Brighton every year.

How local are they?

Loud Shirt brew and serve their colourful concoctions out of the Bell Tower Industrial Estate at the far end of Kemptown, just across from Brighton Bier, so couldn’t be more local.

Our favourites 🍺

We thoroughly enjoyed their Bohemian Gold one summer’s afternoon. Crisp and mouthwatering, with slight honey and bee pollen sweetness ending dry and slightly peppery. Great flavour for a 4% abv.

The Ecstacy Stout, at a devil-may-care 6.66% abv, is another excellent option for those that like the flavours of dark toasted malts but want it a little sweet and sessionable.

The Euphoria Red at 4.8% is a great ruby rye, chewy with flavours of malty bread, almonds and little spice, softened with berry fruits and a toasted malt finish.

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