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Long Man Brewery, Litlington
Located in a traditional flint barn, the Brewery takes its name from the famous Long Man of Wilmington – an imposing figure cut into the chalk hillside – which watches over their fields of barley, lovingly cultivated to create truly remarkable, hand crafted beer.
Environmental responsibility is at the heart of everything Long Man do. With a solar farm providing the electricity, and bore holes supplying water drawn from deep within the Sussex chalk, spent grain is fed to livestock, and a treatment plant reuses waste water for irrigation.
Long Man don’t want to reinvent the wheel when it comes to brewing – they harness the natural goodness and purity of a 70 million year old landscape, and combine it with whole flower hops and a unique yeast to brew cask conditioned, award winning ales of a consistency and quality that today’s discerning beer drinkers expect.
Their beers range from a Best Bitter, a light, drinkable Long Blonde, to a robust American Pale Ale. Each and every glass of Long Man beer is an experience to savour.
Supporting local employment is important to Long Man – their team of 16 all come from surrounding towns and villages.
Come and enjoy a Long Man beer at Members’ Weekend, or on the brewery tour.
The Hurst Arms, Eastbourne
Adrian and Annabelle offer a warm welcome to Eastbourne locals and visitors alike.
The Hurst Arms is a traditional pub, serving five Harvey’s beers.
A CAMRA locAle winner 2020, Cask Marque accredited and featured in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide since 2018 – members won’t want to miss a visit to this gem.
Socially responsible brewery based on a farm at the foot of the South Downs National Park, Sussex. We feel passionately about our environment and embrace our beautiful, rural location which inspires us to create beer we love and want to share.
Established on Albourne Estate winery in 2011 by a group of friends we started brewing commercially in 2015.
Bedlam was named after Bedlam Street running through Hurstpierpoint to our original site. We are informed that the original Bedlam road runs directly through to our new site, which, if true, would be a crazy coincidence!
Behind the bedlam it’s always a barrel of fun.
Come and meet our Head Brewer in the Members’ Bar on Saturday – and enjoy a pint of Bedlam.