The first micropub in Worthing opened in August 2013, offering a continually changing selection of ales from Sussex brewers. It is bigger on the inside than it may appear from the outside. The pub also sells Sussex ciders, wines and gin, even many of the soft drinks are from local producers. Small wooden anchors hang from the ceiling.
New small bar which opened in November 2018. Beer No Evil is a craft beer shop and taproom serving delicious beers to drink in and takeaway from their fridges and four ever-changing taps. They also serve a house red and white wine and two ciders.
Under new ownership since 2017, this is Worthing’s second micropub, which initially opened in 2014. There are up to five ever-changing ales on cask, four keykeg and up to five ciders/perry from local/national brewers. They are served direct from a purpose-built cool room. Also on sale is an extensive range of bottled beers from around the world, plus wines and gins.
The Crab Pot has a close relationship with Brew Studio (Sompting) who brew a dedicated Best Bitter and a Lager for them. Overall, there are three changing cask ales. The mixture of high and low seating makes for a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Engine Room Brewery Tap and Bar
The Old Mill 45 London Road East Grinstead West Sussex RH19 1AW
Opened in February 2019. A pub operating as the brewery tap for High Weald. The pub is a downstairs labyrinth of small seating areas, good for small groups to hold conversations. The pub serves five changing cask ales. All real ales here are on gravity.
54 Goring Road Goring-by-Sea Worthing West Sussex Bn12 4AD
Opened June 2017 as the fourth in Worthing. The drinks are served from a purpose-built cold room and include traditional ciders, wines, plus a selection of English, Belgian and German bottled beers. Beers are sourced from local and national brewers. Some keykeg beers as well.
Green Man Ale & Cider House
17 South Street Tarring Worthing West Sussex BN14 7LG
Tel: 07984 793877
Worthing's third micropub opened in 2016. Offering typically five gravity dispensed real ales and eight draft ciders. The drinks menu has expanded to include a range of interesting gins and a quality whisky in addition to a selection of European wines.
Chichester’s first micropub that opened in early 2018. Busy split-level micropub with plenty of standing room at the bar in addition to seating both downstairs and upstairs. Four ciders always available as well as an ever-changing selection of cask and keg beers, wines and soft drinks.