Brighton Beer Blog

An independent guide to pubs in Brighton & Hove, and breweries across Sussex

Pub Reviews Brighton and Hove

Bringing you fresh pub reviews as regularly as we can so you can keep exploring

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.

Visit: Busby and Wilds

BBB visit Busby and Wilds in Kemptown on a whim and discover incredible food, local modern craft beer and an air of tranquillity

Visit: The Hole In The Wall

BBB visit The Hole In The Wall Brighton on Verdant Putty launch night and revel in the beer variety of Brighton’s smallest pub

Visit: The Cricketers Brighton

BBB visit The Cricketers Brighton, eat a wonderful suet pudding, wash it down with London Pride, and soak up a part of Brighton history

Review: The Greys Brighton

We visit The Greys for a Sunday roast and discover a pub that’s cute, compact, colourful and crammed with 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: 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”