"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.

Review: The Greys Brighton

BBB visit The Greys Brighton for a Sunday roast and discoer a pub that’s cute, comfortable and compact with colourful local beer variety

Review: Hobgoblin Brighton

BBB visit Hobgoblin Brighton; “For a current student generation…it’s simply a perfect place to meet with large groups for cheap drinks”

Review: Bottom’s Rest Hove

BBB visit Bottom’s Rest Hove; “a pub that quite legitimately considers itself the best-kept secret in Brighton (and Hove)”

Review: The Basketmakers Arms

BBB review The Basketmakers Arms, “It’s clear to see why this pub remains such a Brighton institution, history, character and cask options” Here’s our review…

Review: The Paris House Brighton

“A petit slice of Bistro culture in Brighton and the perfect way to mix-it-up from a homogenous high street pub” Here’s our review…

Review: Bison Beer North Laine

“Bison’s inner city tap bar is relaxed, stylish and offers an insane number of draft options for modern beer explorers” Here’s our review..

Review: Ladies Mile Patcham

“If you find yourself in the Brighton burbs, The Ladies Mile, Patcham is well worth a visit for classic decor and a welcoming atmosphere”

Review: The Station Hove

“The Station is not a station at all, but it is aptly named given its location just metres from Hove station”