These people take their beer as seriously as any sommelier we’ve ever met. It’s less pub, and more beer bar for anyone who gets excited about artisan handcrafted ales and barrel-aged brews.
They’ve got over 200 bottles on the menu from around the world, though our favourite was a golden pale ale all the way from South Carolina (at £4.95 for a half it had better be gu-ud).
These people know their sh*t, and for anyone wanting to learn, just lean in and listen to them go. If there are more than four of you, they also do tastings – though you’ll need to book in advance.
Located on the corner of one of BarChick’s favourite Brighton streets, Upper North Street (and the most expensive, funnily), it has neutral décor with pine fittings and brass table tops – a perfect little watering hole to savour a pint and a Scotch egg after work.
If you like what you’re drinking, you can even take it home with you. Just ask and they’d be more than happy to fill up one of their handy 2 pint cartons for all your boozing needs.