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Brooksteed Alehouse (Free House)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Langham - Halfway to HeavenExcellent1
Ilkley - Crossroads West Coast IPAGood1
Arundel - CastleGood1
Hastings - Pacific WheatAcceptable1
Firebird - WGV Single English Hop AleAcceptable1
Little Valley - Cragg Vale BitterNot Tried0
Arundel - Sussex GoldNot Tried0
Lancaster - BlackNot Tried0
Picture 1. Brooksteed Alehouse, Worthing, West Sussex

Visits Details

11 Nov 2023 (Andrew)
Tony's favourite pub of the evening, and one he would bring his wife to. It was very busy so we had to stand at the bar. Very friendly crowd in though, and relaxed bar staff.
Arundel - Castle3.80Good
Arundel - Sussex Gold4.20Not Tried
27 Oct 2015 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening. Found it oh so easily this trip. Run by a lovely couple, very homely.
Ilkley - Crossroads West Coast IPA5.40Good
Hastings - Pacific Wheat4.80AcceptableThe pump clip on the wall said 4.7, the blackboard 4.8, the cask label 4.8 and Hastings's website 4.9%. Get your act together Hastings, this is basic stuff
Firebird - WGV Single English Hop Ale4.20AcceptableA sour tasting hop yet an English variety
Little Valley - Cragg Vale Bitter4.20Not Tried
30 May 2015 (ChrisE)
First pub of the day at about 11.40am and just a few in. Part of the conditions of the licence are that you must be seated when drinking so grab a stool quickly if the pub appears to be getting busy. This was a very friendly pub and a good start to the day.
Langham - Halfway to Heaven3.50ExcellentFirst one from a new cask, full of condition, lovely.
Lancaster - Black4.50Not Tried

About the Brooksteed Alehouse

The pub sign. Brooksteed Alehouse, Worthing, West Sussex

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Worthing, West Sussex, BN14 7AE.

In South Farm Road, just north of the railway level crossing, this ladies' hairdresser's shop conversion, previously called Inspirations, opened on Friday 5th September 2014 as Worthing's second Micropub and a short walk from Worthing railway station. Real ales and ciders sold on gravity dispense from a temperature controlled cellar room. Closed on Mondays. Small high bar counter faces the door and a mix of wall bench seats at the front and softer low seating towards the rear. Local CAMRA branch Pub of the Year 2016 then Sussex Pub of the Year 2016.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 8 different beers and tried 5 of them.

Map location

Postcode: BN14 7AE