Bexhill's first micropub opened in November 2019. Five real ales and three real ciders are served by gravity dispense from a chilled cabinet; other drinks are available. High and low chairs and several tables make this an extremely comfortable venue.
The area’s first micropub opened in May 2018. Eight beers are sourced from a variety of breweries, all within thirty miles of Rye. Ciders are similarly local. Home-made pork pies and Scotch eggs are available.
The Foghorn opened in December 2018. Five cask beers served on gravity from a cool room behind the bar - mainly local but with guests from further afield. Three local real ciders, three keg fonts serving craft beers from around the country, and a selection of wines.
Hastings' first micropub opened in 2016. At least three changing cask beers, together with six real ciders and perries and keg beers, are supplemented by a large range of canned and bottled beers of UK and foreign origin.
Hove’s first micropub opened in 2015. The name comes from the discovery that the premises was a watchmaker’s shop in 1889. Beers are kept in a cool room at the rear of the pub and dispensed from the cask. The pub serves five changing cask ales.
Opened in November 2018. Consists of a bar in one room with real ales in a cool room at the rear. There are benches and high stools down each side of the room; in addition to the three cask beers offered there is one keg beer.