Beachy Head Brewery
Beachy Head beers are made with simple, traditional ingredients to guarantee the rich, nuanced flavours of real ale. Our dedication to quality and tradition has already earned our young brewery a number of awards.
Our philosophy is simple; we make great ales using the finest ingredients”
Roger Green, Master Brewer
All our ales contain live yeast and should be poured carefully to leave a small amount of sediment in the bottle. Best served at a cool (but not cold) temperature.
Original Ale - 4.5% Alc. Vol.
Beachy Head “Original Ale” is a bottle conditioned bitter produced with only water, floor malted barley (optic and crystal) and challenger hops from English producers. It is English bitter with a strong hoppy flavour and light floral notes. This bottle-conditioned ale won first prize from CAMRA South East Sussex branch, competing against 47 other ales.
Legless Rambler - 5.0% Alc.Vol
The distinctive flavour of Legless Rambler comes from brambling cross hops. The name is a tribute to all those who walk the wonderful South Downs Way from Winchester to Beachy Head and celebrate accordingly. Winner of Eastbourne Beer Festival Microbrewery Beer of the Year 2008, 2011 and 2013 and Beer of the Festival at the same event in October 2010.
LightHouse Ale – 3.5 % Alc Vol
This golden beer is made from pale malt only and is a light refreshing bitter, using first gold hops for bitterness and boadicea hops in the finish to give a fruity taste. A perfect beer for the warn summer months.
South Downs Ale - 4.4% Alc. Vol.
This pale ale bitter has sweet bitterness and floral characteristics. A well-balanced ale produced using malted barley and hop flowers. An ideal drink to have in a local pub within the South Downs National Park or to take home to savour the memories of this spectacular countryside.
Pubs, bars, hotels and venues (drink in)
- Evening Star, Brighton
- Gardener’s Arms, 46 Cliffe High Street, Lewes
- The Ship Inn, Meads Village, Eastbourne
- The Star, Alfriston
- The Tiger Inn, East Dean
- The Wheatsheaf Inn, Willingdon Village, Eastbourne
- The Old Boot, Seaford
- Snowdrop Inn, Lewes
- The Jolly Boatman Newhaven
- Red Lion Shoreham
- The Eagle Eastbourne
- The Ram Firle