It's fun and games at Brighton Bier's Freehaus with lots of keg, cask and pub games
1 Howard Road
A loungey pub specialising in a unique collection of bar games
The Freehaus, just off Elm Grove in Brighton, is a two-floor bar: upstairs a cosily lit comfortable pub space, downstairs a dedicated games area and good-sized pub garden.
There’s an impressive variety of options for both keg and cask; and this being part of the Brighton Bier empire, their own excellent brews feature heavily on taps and pumps but guest brewers are also rotated.
There’s a bit of an American theme running throughout, from the signage on the walls and the regular Whiskey Preachin DJ night, to the kitchen offering burgers, fries and associated sides.
The pub itself would be a great place to go as a pub in it’s own right, but Freehaus Brighton then throw in a unique downstairs games areainto the mix. We’re in danger of gender stereotyping, but it is the ultimate man-cave down there with foosball, toad, an arcade game and a couple of dart boards on offer in a spacious and stylish environment.
This pub is a great hangout for all ages but seems to have captured the local student clientele for good reason.