Enjoy the finest real cider at East Sussex’s best pubs!
This post is based on the 2009 Ale Trail and Cider Rider passport that is given to people who want to participate in the South Downs beer and cider festival every June in Lewes, Sussex.
This information is available so tourists, visitors and even people who live in Sussex can use for their pub outings any time of the year!
The people who would have used this information would have navigated their way around a series of pubs with character in towns and villages of Sussex. The tour comes with a book that gets stamped like a passport to prove they drank at them all, and the reward? A t-shirt or mug, oh and rosy cheeks! Cheers.
- Evening Star, 55-56 Surrey Street
Greys, 105 Southover Street– Closed October 2012
- Lord Nelson Inn, 26 Trafalgar Street
- Sir Charles Napier, 50 Southover Street
- The Station, 1 Hampstead Road
- Waggon and Horses, 10 Church Street
- Ram Inn, The street
- Brewers Arms, 91 High Street
- Dorset, 22 Malling Street
- Elephant and Castle, White Hill
- Gardeners Arms, 46 Cliffe High Street
- Stand up inn, 47 high street
- Jolly Boatman, 133-5 Lewes Road
- Stanley Arms, 47 Wolseley Road
- Cock Inn
- Buckingham Arms, 35-7 Brunswick Road
- Duke of Wellington, 368 Brighton Road
- Red Lion, Old Shoreham Road