The Pub. A Smile.

I’m always on the move. Even if it looks like I’m stationary, still, I’m not. In my head I’m travelling at a thousand miles per hour, searching perhaps, but in a place which, in that particular moment, I can’t physically be.

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LITTLE LOOKS – Sixpoint

Little Looks are the reviews of brews that may be new to me or to the market, a local beer I want to shout about, or simply a classic revisited.

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Dark Star Imperial Stout – A Vertical Tasting

In a modern beer scene where those who shout the loudest stand out from the crowd, Dark Star sits in a quiet corner of Sussex, on an industrial estate in Partridge Green; a village nestled in the green space somewhere between Horsham and Brighton where it has remained a constant, well regarded name in an ever changing industry

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SUSSEX, BEER, NOW PART 6: CONCLUSIONS.

Such is the evolution of the Sussex beer scene that the beer-scape is very different to when I first started these Sussex specific posts. That in itself is a win, that the scene has grown and moved on and not become stagnant, that there is more to write about than I can keep up with, the positives outweigh the negatives by a large margin.

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GUEST POST: Beer Swap with Chris Norman – Round Three

Back in March 2016 Chris of the ace Circle Master blog & Local Tryanuary Champion for Beeston in Nottingham sent me a bottle of beer from his home county in the first of what has become an ongoing bottle swap. Every so often he’ll send a Notts brew my way and a Sussex beer will head his […]

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LITTLE LOOKS – Powder Keg Brewery 

Little Looks are the reviews of brews that may be new to me or to the market, a local beer I want to shout about, or simply a classic revisited. 

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Sussex; A Tryanuary Snapshot Part 2

The Tryanuary momentum is still going strong, and with that momentum rolling I want to keep an eye firmly fixed on Sussex and give it another push, so following in the same vein as that first snapshot, here’s Part 2 of my Sussex Tryanuary Q&A’s:

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