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An independent guide for pubs in Brighton and Hove
Brighton Beer Blog – Local Beery Content and News
We have a passion for the local pub scene in Brighton and Hove as well as the beer brewed in Sussex’s world renowned breweries.
We’ll keep our ear to the ground and bring you articles, news and content in the local pub scene and across Sussex brewers.
Sussex brewer Bedlam show the Bavarian’s how it’s done, as their Pilsner wins Double Gold at the European Beer Challenge
BBB interview the chaps behind Only With Love to find out more about this uber-positive brewery and why they’re so head over heels about beer
BBB sink a couple of cans with Matt Williams, Director and co-founder of Big Hug Brewing to learn about them and their social impact objectives
BBB try the new DIPA from Unbarred. A Dank, Intense, Pillowy, Ale based on the best loved recipe from last year’s NEIPA series
Bedlam Brewery release a Trio of cans ready for summer. We introduce them to you and give each one a try
We speak to Long Man’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Tom O’Neill, to find out more about this classic ale brewery and how they are raising the bar for sustainable brewing
Intrigued by nostalgic yellowing photographs of horse-drawn drays and sleek modern branding, BBB needed to find out how this Hurstpierpoint-based brewery has stayed under our beer-dar for so long.
Launching during a pandemic didn’t hamper the two chirpy lads behind Lewes’ newest brewery. We interview the boys behind Beak Brewery…
BBB have been noticing a change at Franklins Brewery. We chat with Andrew Cooper, Sales Manager to find out what’s driving the modern transformations
When Brighton Beer Blog wandered into the Prestonville Arms Brighton we couldn’t have imagined what a warm and welcoming couple we’d find behind the bar… Then we heard their epic story…
We find out how Stuart Walker and his family team have turned a “twiggy” traditional brand into one of Sussex’s more future savvy breweries
A grass roots husband and wife partnership who have built their grass roots, philanthropic brewery on generosity and excellent modern pale ales. Now they are giving back
An observational account of how Brighton’s pubs are serving with safety after lockdown. With social distancing in place and 50 pages of government guidance to follow, what does the new normal pub visit look like?
With decades of experience and a spirit of American adventure there are few with more fire in their bellies than Richard and Bill of Firebird Brewing Co.
As pubs weigh up the feasibility of re-opening to the public on July 4th, Jessica Mason, aka Drinks Maven, writes an empassioned consideration of our return to pubs