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The Brewers Arms, Heathfield - pub details

Brewers Arms

Address: Vines Cross, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 9EN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32018) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Horam Inn, Horam (1.0 miles), Black Duck, Warbleton (1.0 miles), Runt In Tun, Maynards Green (1.2 miles), May Garland, Horam (1.5 miles), Star Inn, Heathfield (1.5 miles)


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Three real ales, Hogs Back TEA, Harvey's Best plus one more. Very friendly pub: staff and locals. The pub had several donkeys (4?) one of whom is reputed to be 35 years old and is a real character. The beer is good and the food is exception value for money and quality. Highly recommended.
WipersTom - 12 Jun 2015 20:08
New management again in 2013 - now in the same family as the Star mentioned below.
sussexred - 7 Jul 2013 00:53
We tried this place after a shining review in the guest book of a cottage we rented nearby. Unfortunately, the management has recently changed and our experience was atrocious. The welcome we received was from a group of grumpy, dour faced local men with unruly dogs, all without leads blocking the entrance which now doubles as the smoking area. We had children with us and to be honest felt intimidated and surprised considering the aforementioned shining review. The landlord 'Gary' was about as friendly as the local 'bouncers' outside. The food was over priced (12 Sunday roast!), poor quality& very slow to the table& came accompanied by one of the dogs which begged unabated throughout the meal. The garden area can only be described as a toilet for the loose dogs; overgrown, untidy, dirty and full of fecal matter, presumably canine.This was a true return to the bad old days and reminded me that not all country pubs have made the successful transition to decent eatery. For a true Sussex pub experience, try 'The Star', on the same road about 2 miles toward Old Heathfield. Much, much better in all respects and one of the prettiest gardens I've encountered in a pub.
michaelhamly - 13 Sep 2011 11:48
"It may be GK but the house ales are both Morlands brands: Original and OSH."

Greene King bought Morlands in 2000, closed it, and now brew the Morlands beers (although not quite as well as Morlands did) at their own brewery in Bury St Edmunds.
The_Final_Arbiter - 10 Jun 2010 09:03
What do you mean, wrong sort?! John Willy must be spinning in his grave!
kingofstleonards - 11 Apr 2010 15:29

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