The Brooksteed Alehouse
38 South Farm Road,
Owner: Aaron Burns and john Azzopardi
Tenant / Lessee: N/A
Landlord: Aaron Burns and john Azzopardi
Real Ale: Yes
Real Cider / Perry: Yes
Free House: Yes
Website: Yes www.brooksteedalehouse.co.uk
Facebook: Yes - Facebook
Twitter: Yes - @sussexmicropub
Instagram: Yes - brooksteed
Free Wifi: Yes
Child friendly: Yes
Dog friendly: Yes
Car Parking: Yes / No
Disabled access: Yes - assistance offered
MON 12.00PM - 7.30PM
TUES TO SAT 12.00PM - 9.30PM
SUN 12.00PM - 5.00PM
e.g. Large garden, pool table, darts, wide screen, tv, Sky Sports, dining area, restaurant menu, bar snacks
Under new ownership since April 2017, with Aaron Burns and john Azzopardi at the helm.
Established in 2014, The Brooksteed Alehouse is a micropub specialising in real ales, ciders, wines and soon to come select spirits. Now under new ownership we will still focus on quality ales and other traditional drinks in a quiet atmosphere that promotes conversation and socialising. The drinks we provide you are of top quality . Ales, ciders and perry are be served direct from the cask in our purpose-built cool room which is visible from the seating area. We’re able to advise on what the drinks are like, to suit your preferred taste. Well behaved dogs are very welcome.
John & Aaron look forward to welcoming you to the Brooksteed. One of a growing band of Micropubs that are revolutionising the way we drink and socialise! Our micropub sells real ales dispensed straight from the cask, craft beers on keg, bottles and cans from the UK and abroad and traditional ciders & perry. Red, White, Rose Wines, Prosecco along with a range of Fentiman's soft drinks. We have recently added a range of gins to our menu and why not have a single malt to round your evening off. Locally Produced pies and baked goods catering for both meat eaters and vegetarians are available everyday. Sundays see our free cheeseboard on offer. Dogs welcome all sessions. The Brooksteed is a friendly place to meet, chat and have fun.
History: Yes / No (and if ‘yes’ please send a separate email that we can link to)
Note 1: John and Aaron also own the FAB Aubrey, and their 'pop up' cocktail bar 'Gin and Bear it'.
We reckon that this was the best possible use of a Morris 1000!