What the website says…

FLAVOUR WITHOUT COMPROMISE,
CHALLENGING CONVENTION WITH PASSION & CARE

Our take on UnBarred Brewery…

The beers produced at UnBarred Brewery are not subtle in any way and the core character is in bold modern beers that have a full and robust mouth feel, deliver lots of sweetness, and aren’t shy about the abv, almost all push above the 5% mark. The can wraps and graphics are pretty snazzy a swell.

They are almost entirely focussed on keg and they are doing some really interesting things with kegged stouts and porters as well as producing sours and loads and loads of pales.

The flavour experimentation across the range has to be admired for being individual, gutsy and exciting, even if they could be a little ott for some.

A bit of history…

UnBarred Brewery relocated in 2019 and rose from the ashes of the Holler Brewery, who developed and occupied a fantastic taproom and brewery on Elder Place, in what was previously a tatty bit of warehouse in a grubby lane behind London Road.

UnBarred Brewery have extended the brewing capacity and now can on site as well. The taproom appears to be going from strength to strength and anyone can join the brewers for meet the brewer Wednesday evenings to hear it all from the brewers mouth.

How local are they?

As local to Brighton as you can get, brewed and canned in the bespoke brewery and taproom on Elder Place, 5 minutes from Brighton Station. Come and see for yourself and try the beers metres from the tanks they were created in.

Our favourites 🍺

A go to beer in winter is the Honeycomb Milkshake IPA at 6%. The flavours of honey and hops trickle down rounded off by the vanilla, lactose and oats. It is delicious but not sickly sweet, so that you can’t drink more than one pint in a stint.

Major Hazer is another key core beer despite it’s heady 7% abv, because it drinks like a moorish and juicy IPA. It’s New England in style and therefore hoppy, hazy and tropical, rounded off by lots of oats. Dangerously sessionable!

19-23 Elder Place
Brighton
BN1 4GF

01273 894563

19-23 Elder Place
Brighton
BN1 4GF

01273 894563

What the website says…

FLAVOUR WITHOUT COMPROMISE,
CHALLENGING CONVENTION WITH PASSION & CARE

Our take on UnBarred Brewery…

The beers produced at UnBarred Brewery are not subtle in any way and the core character is in bold modern beers that have a full and robust mouth feel, deliver lots of sweetness, and aren’t shy about the abv, almost all push above the 5% mark. The can wraps and graphics are pretty snazzy a swell.

They are almost entirely focussed on keg and they are doing some really interesting things with kegged stouts and porters as well as producing sours and loads and loads of pales.

The flavour experimentation across the range has to be admired for being individual, gutsy and exciting, even if they could be a little ott for some.

A bit of history…

UnBarred Brewery relocated in 2019 and rose from the ashes of the Holler Brewery, who developed and occupied a fantastic taproom and brewery on Elder Place, in what was previously a tatty bit of warehouse in a grubby lane behind London Road.

UnBarred Brewery have extended the brewing capacity and now can on site as well. The taproom appears to be going from strength to strength and anyone can join the brewers for meet the brewer Wednesday evenings to hear it all from the brewers mouth.

How local are they?

As local to Brighton as you can get, brewed and canned in the bespoke brewery and taproom on Elder Place, 5 minutes from Brighton Station. Come and see for yourself and try the beers metres from the tanks they were created in.

Our favourites 🍺

A go to beer in winter is the Honeycomb Milkshake IPA at 6%. The flavours of honey and hops trickle down rounded off by the vanilla, lactose and oats. It is delicious but not sickly sweet, so that you can’t drink more than one pint in a stint.

Major Hazer is another key core beer despite it’s heady 7% abv, because it drinks like a moorish and juicy IPA. It’s New England in style and therefore hoppy, hazy and tropical, rounded off by lots of oats. Dangerously sessionable!

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