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Beer Available At Sussex Arms (arranged by most recent)
Tavy Ideal Pale Ale , Blackedge Devilís Hop Black IPA , Blackedge HoP Pale Ale , BrewDog / Evil Twin Hello My Name is Sonja 96, Arbor Doodackie , Millwhites Vintage Cider , Sandford Orchards Strawberry Lane , Red Squirrel London Porter 84, Highland The Duke 84, Old Dairy Spring Top , Dark Star Festival 73, Funfair Twister 4.1% , Milestone Fletchers Ale , Millwhites Rum Cask Cider 60, The Kernel India Pale Ale Cascade 92, Medieval Courtly Love , Milk Street Funky Monkey 45, Ilkley Holy Cow 47, Magic Rock Punchline 96, East London Nightwatchman 79
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Dannybro (12) , Oman | May 22, 2014
90 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 6/10 VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 18/20
***three years ago***Great pub which blurs the line nicely between good old fashioned CAMRA cask heaven and londons growing craft beer culture. In some respects this pub could represent the future of beer in the UK.
Anyway, big selection of ever changing cask beers from all over the UK with a nice selection of craft beers in the bottle inc beers from Brewdog, flying dog, Victory etc etc.
My main gripe is that the broad cask selection was too skewed toward more traditionally style british bitters and dark beers and not enough hop forward modern style beers. As an IPA fan I had to hit the fridge after a pint and a half of Darkstar pale ale (the hoppiest)
I would ask that an effort is made to have a broad spread of styles at all times. I noted that they only had standard keg beers. Perhaps a couple of craft kegs would help?
Minor issues apart (bad luck), one of the best beer focused bars in West london.
********************** Nov 1013 - One year on.
Change of ownership recently seems to have given a more craft vibe to the selection. Still no kegs but the cask represent some of the coolest and best craft brewers in the UK (Tiny Rebel, Magic Rock etc) and the fridge has some of the worlds best (Stone,Mikkellar and Rogue)
*******May 2014. We have Keg! Ignoring the £6 a pint pink IPA (WHY £6???), This pub gets better. One keg but last week magic rock villainous tonight Harbour farmhouse IPA. Magic Rock Dark Arts on cask. This could be the best pub in London.
Best beer Pub in West London
MrBeerSnob (2) , England | October 23, 2013
90 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 17/20
A proper boozer education the masses on good beer. 12 hand pumps, 4 ciders on draft, 60+ bottles, great pies, buy 9 pints your 10th is free! Dangerous! Well worth a visit.
erickok (159) Tours (and Paris), France | September 16, 2013
86 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 18/20
Medium sized pub that looks classically England from inside and out. Surprisingly clean and tidy despite the used interior. Huge array of tap handles that reveals thereís more than a cask mild and bitter here. Mixes CAMRA style low abv ales with modern interpretations and beyond. Had Dark Star and Liverpool Craft Beer IPAs, for example. Also a great selection of bottles from American and British craft brewers plus some new Europeans (De Molen, Mikkeller). Prices for beer and food were fair. My burger was just okay but the chips were great. Service was speedy and correct, but itís still a pub for everyone, not a beer geek hole. Good spot, great beer selection.
b727trijet (309) Isleworth, England | August 29, 2012| Updated May 14, 2013
86 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 18/20
Good choice of 12 rotating guest beers (& 6 ciders) from handpump, usually in excellent condition, at very reasonable prices. Now they are established they usually have a selection of styles on offer. Busy almost every evening and most drink ale so turnover of the beer is good. Several bottles (UK and foreign) too. Only downside is if like me you donít like Irish folk music they play here live often and like Status Quo is rather monotonous! But the beer compensates! Good food but about £10 for quality pie and mash!
Theydon_Bois (607) The íSham, England | August 3, 2012
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 18/20
2 roomed pub with a large room at the front as you enter from the street, adorned with many hundreds of beer clips (it only opened as a good beer pub in summer í11) and a smaller room at the rear which has green and white tiled walls. Extensive beer garden to the rear.
18 hand pulls which are usually split as 12 real ales, 6 real ciders. The real ales are all from micro brewries and a mix between local and UK wide.
Uk bottled beers from the likes of Kernel, Magic Rock and Brew Dog can be found in the fridges along with European and US offerings. Nothing particularly rare but expect the likes of Stone, Flying Dog, Brooklyn etc.
All hand pulled ales are a very reasonable £3.20 a pint (June í12) regardless of strength.
Food here is home cooked and excellent, big portions and the home made pies are a must - they donít scrimp on the meat in these bad boys!
Service is always attentive and even when busy on a rugby match day the staff will acknowledge you and tell you that theyíll serve you next when appropriate.
My only gripe would be that there needs to be more stronger beers in terms of ABV as you will often find 12 beers all between 3.7 and 5.1%.
Other than that, this is an excellent venue!
nate2g (606) Boomtown! / Waikato, New Zealand | May 21, 2012
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
Simply put itís a great pub and nice find in the area. A really nice selection of beers, locally and UK wide. Owners are enthusiastic about good beer and service which shows in their attitude and detail. Had a fantastic pie and mash meal here in the outside garden, lovely ambiance in the pub. Highly recommended.
BeerViking (75) Brentford, England | September 5, 2011
84 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
Great place - 18 pumps serving ale and cider, great food (gastro prices, mind you), very friendly and helpful staff, a big garden where kids are welcome. My only caveat was on our visit the range of ale styles wasnít great - mostly goldens and bitters, with no mild, stout or porter on tap, for instance. What there was was in excellent condition though, and most of it three quid a pint, which is cheap for the area. Thereís also a "buy 9, get 1 free" loyalty card scheme.
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