"Drink Somewhere New"
An independent guide for pubs in Brighton and Hove
Pub Reviews Brighton and Hove
A beer-by-beer account of our visits to local pubs
Join the Brighton Beer Bloggers as they blaze a trail through the pubs and bars of Brighton, writing regular reviews and offering unbiased opinions – always with a focus on the beer on tap and pump.
You’ll notice our reviews aren’t too critical: that’s because we believe there’s a pub to suit every person, and a person that’ll appreciate every pub. It’s simply our mission to help unite you with yours.
“If you find yourself in the Brighton burbs, The Ladies Mile, Patcham is well worth a visit for classic decor and a welcoming atmosphere”
“What better way to ring in the COVID apocalypse than a visit to The World’s End on London Road?”
“You know you’re in a beery place when there are casks under tables and hops hanging from the ceiling”
“You can’t miss The Exchange, conspicuous as it is with its bold, black-painted exterior”
“The Station is not a station at all, but it is aptly named given its location just metres from Hove station”
“Beyond the elegant curved glass windows lies a little craft beer gem”
“A solid Elm Grove addition to the Brighton Bier pub portfolio, and a place for gaming fun”
“This former nightclub and venue is now a massive playground for beer lovers”
“In 2019 the Horse and Groom transitioned into Village, and another community pub was saved”
“Like ’em or loathe ’em, there are few if any bars that can beat BrewDog for options on the taps”
“This popular community boozer has been reopened, refurbished and revitalised”
“The Western stands on the corner of Churchill Square like a beacon of neon hope”
“You’ll hear good times, good music and general hubbub emanating from the pub and benches out front”
“Stepping into The Bugle Inn off Lewes Road, is like stepping into a time machine, and then back out again in the 80s”
“The subtle and charming decor make what is a fairly narrow space feel bright and airy”
“This smart Laine Pub Co. establishment is filling a big sports bar void in town”