A down-to-earth pub, five minutes from Shoreham station, renowned for its live music and insane beer selection
368 Brighton Rd
The Duke of Wellington Shoreham
A popular pub with a staggeringly huge beer selection
Minutes from Shoreham station, The Duke of Wellington is a down to earth gem of a pub and easily recogniseable by it’s Tudor style castle-like frontage, which you half expect to see a drawbridge drop down from to gain entry.
The bar is L-shaped with good space, a performance area to the right, and chunky dark wooden furniture and seating along the depth of the building. A TV screen is strategically placed so those sitting out of sight of the stage can still get a view.
The decent sized, leafy oasis garden out back is equipped with plenty of picnic tables and a fireplace, plus dogs are very welcome.
With no less than nine cask pumps and twelve keg taps on the bar, not to mention the many Belgian, German and British bottles and cans in fridges, the choice at The Duke of Wellington Shoreham is highly impressive.
The ‘Welly’, as locals know it, is a keen supporter of Sussex breweries and hosts frequent local beer festivals and brewery new release events.