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January Hours
Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 10am-5pm

Welcome to the Southwick Brewhouse

The Southwick Brewhouse is a fascinating example of a Victorian domestic brewery, a rare survival of a once common establishment. Home to an extensive range of beer, cider, gin, fruit wines, mead and many other boozy delights. Situated in the yard at the back of the Golden Lion pub in the sleepy village of Southwick. It's history can be traced from the early 17th century.

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  • Matt went out of his way to replace a box of beer that had been damaged in transit and far exceeded what is considered excellent customer service. I thoroughly recommend Southwick Brewhouse and will definitely be using them again.

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    Andrew Small

    5 star ratingwhen here to buy a few bottles of beer for a niece and was advised to buy a few bottles of the old dick my niece loved it Thnak you

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    englishfrau

    5 star ratingThey have a huge selection of beers here, the staff were very friendly and they have the original steam-powered machinery used in making beers up to the mid 1900's. Its a shop almost housed in an beer museum with a big car park... and its at the back of an excellent country pub with local beers on the engines and excellent food. Worth a trip for all these reasons.

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    Igneous_Yacht

    5 star ratingWhat a wonderful setting this is to find your beer. Nestled behind Portsdown Hill on the B2177 towards the Meon Valley, this quaint historic Brewhouse has a huge range of craft beers to take away.
    The trip upstairs to see Old Dick's brewery from before the 2nd World War. Staff were welcoming and helpful. Prices were good and the beer even better when sampled at home later.

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    Southwickfans
  • 4 star ratingA micro brewery with a shop selling a wide range of bottled beers and some other drinks. It also has a small museum which is worth a 15 minute wander through. Would make an excellent trip out for an afternoon. The beers are not cheap - around 2.80 to 3.50 a bottle - hence one star off. However, you will always be tempted to buy as there is such a great choice!

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    swshants

    5 star ratingWhat a wonderful setting this is to find your beer. Nestled behind Portsdown Hill on the B2177 towards the Meon Valley, this quaint historic Brewhouse has a huge range of craft beers to take away.
    The trip upstairs to see Old Dick's brewery from before the 2nd World War. Staff were welcoming and helpful. Prices were good and the beer even better when sampled at home later.

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    Southwickfans

    4 star ratingSteeped in history and offering a great selection of ales at great prices
    Staff are only to happy to help and advise plus go through some of the history with you
    Definitely well worth a look and a sample

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    saintlee1970

    5 star ratingMy cousins always enjoy visiting the brewhouse and enjoy sampling the specialist ales found here.
    They make a beeline for the stronger bitters and dark ales. There is also a good selection of gifts ready for the festivecseadon.

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    Patricia W

Southwick Brewhouse, Southwick, PO176DX
Tel: 02392 201133 Email: [email protected]

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