Freehaus Brighton

Freehaus Brighton

It's fun and games at Brighton Bier's Freehaus with lots of keg, cask and bar games

1 Howard Road
Brighton
BN2 9TP

01273 692484

Freehaus Brighton

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.

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The New Unity Brighton

The New Unity Brighton

There are lots of places that show sport, but the New Unity is purpose built for spectating.

52-53 London Road
Brighton
BN1 4JX

01273 606088

The New Unity Brighton

Filling Brighton’s dedicated sports bar void

The New Unity Brighton is a smart looking, urban-industrial meets pub style place, with a combination of polished wood, graffitied walls and stools topped with big cushioned leather seats for comfortable spectating.

Getting a good view here is not a problem. The main bar has four large screens: three behind the bar and another on the back wall. You can also claim one of seven tables around the perimeter of the pub, each with its own mini-screen which can be tuned seperately to the main event, and thus keep an eye on 2 key matches at once.

There’s a darts board if you feel like partaking in a sport yourself, and food focused on a variety of hotdogs and other bar snacks.

Upstairs is a comfortably stylish room furnished with tables, leather chairs, a huge projection screen and a separate bar.

This pub is run by Laine Brew Co. and mainly stocked with Laine’s keg options – but only one cask pump – plus a well-stocked beer fridge and your typical handful of commercial lagers and Guinness.

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Laine Brew Co

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