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The Pub With No Name, Brighton - pub details

Pub With No Name

Address: 58 Southover St, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 9UF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23547) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brighton (0.7 miles), London Road - Brighton (0.8 miles), Moulsecoomb (1.5 miles)

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The Southover is now a decent real ale and craft beer place on Southover Street. It is one of numerous pubs on this street, which make for a good crawl. The central bar is a horseshoe shape, with seating on both sides. Ales were Sharp's Atlantic & Sea Fury, Gun Project Babylon, Firebird Parody Session IPA & Tiny Rebel Beat Box. Another decent pub on this rewarding street.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Feb 2018 19:19
Truly excellent pub now renamed the Southover. Excellent, hoppy beers including a superb pint of South Coast and enticing looking Thai food. The atmosphere has that laid back vibe that Brightron does so well.
BoehmBawerk - 26 Jul 2015 19:31
Good bar staff who know their beer and the beer is very reasonably priced at £3.29 a pint for some of them. Well kept regularly changing selection of local brews always makes this a place to come back to.
addlened - 2 Jul 2015 14:29
Now the Southover and part of the Indigo Pub Company chain, which owns a number of boozers across Brighton.

Prices are marginally cheaper than in some of the other venues – not least the Hare and Hounds – and over the past month or so I’ve started to adopt this as my local in Hanover.

Why? The beer selection is excellent, with 5/6 cask ales vying for attention alongside a couple of Meantime barrelled beers, and a well-stocked fridge offering the likes of the Harbour Brewing Company’s IPA on bottle. The service is also pretty good, and the bar isn't dominated by the kind of crazy-eyed od bods that prop up some of its nearby competitors.
plymouthpirate - 27 Jul 2014 19:03
Three very nice and friendly male barstaff, but one very rude female, treats the customers as if she is doing them a favour in taking your money, not very clever at pulling a full pint either, and out of the four, she seems to insist on having the "musak" far too loud.
I'll walk on by if I see that she is serving in the future.
RobinDay - 16 Jun 2013 13:09

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