Welcome to the website of Brooksteed Alehouse, Worthing – a micropub founded in September 2014. Incredibly, we have been awarded the Regional title of CAMRA’s Surrey & Sussex Pub of the Year 2016. This puts us forward into the last 16 pubs for the National Pub of the Year!
Our first CAMRA award was Pub of the Year for our local Arun & Adur Branch, which in itself was a great accolade. From there, the 5 winning pubs in each branch of Sussex went forward and we were successful here too – amazing! CAMRA’s top Surrey and Sussex pubs went forward for the regional ‘PotY’ and we have taken this award too. Yes, we provide the drinks and environment, but we hear time and again that punters love the vibe at the Brooksteed and it’s you very punters that make that atmosphere – so a huge Thank You for being a part of it
We focus on serving quality ales and other traditional drinks in a quiet atmosphere that promotes conversation and socialising.
The majority of pubs open today tend to be food oriented or aimed at sports fans where drinks are more mainstream and targeted for quantity rather than quality. The reverse is our objective – to provide our customers with ales, ciders and perry that are not commonly found, mainly due to their production being in smaller quantities which means greater quality and diversity of flavour.
Some ales will be sourced direct from local brewers and we will have more from some of the UK's other superb breweries.
We usually offer table service but during very busy nights, you may need to come to the bar.
We offer pies and sausage rolls made right next door at the superb Pantry Bakery.
Feel free to ask us about any of our products to see if they're likely to suit your taste.
Back in December Phil Clark from Chicago but originally a Worthingite, came to the Brooksteed and interviewed us for a podcast he published on micropubs. For the 21 minute discussion, check it out here