Opening hours & Delivery.
For the time being we will be open only on:
Friday: 10am - 2pm
Saturday: 10am - 2pm
Max of 4 people allowed in at a time.
Card payments only
Keep at least 2m apart in the que.
Delivery is free within a 15 mile radius.
Orders are mostly delivered within 3 days,
but please allow 5 days for it to arrive.
Minimum order £19.99
You can order on our website for
collection in store.
Select the "collect in store"
delivery option at check out.
Orders placed before 12pm on
Friday and Sat will be available for
collection the same day.
Grab a bargain from the Brewhouse. New items added every week.
T-shirts are printed on demand, we aim to send them out as soon as possible but please allow 7-10 days (max) for delivery.
We enjoyed our VE Day delivery, what more can you ask for ! A local Brewhouse, how lucky are we. Thank you Matt, we will be ordering again soon. It’s a lovely shop and layout, on this occasion it was an internet shop.Michelle W
A great little brewery with history, does'nt take long to visit but has great but if you love to support local business and like ales it is worth a visitsandju201005
One of my favourite beers, Skew Ale, sold here. There are also a wide range of bottled beers from around the UK and beyond to tempt you.HummersOriginal
Great little shop, a decent selection of local craft beer, very reasonably priced too. Staff are always friendly and polite.
Highly recommendDan Redman
Great selection of good priced beers, easy parking. 🙂 beers easily labeled to show type watch your head on door lolmswep
The Southwick Brewhouse is a gem for south coast beer lovers (as well as those who enjoy ales, meads, wines, and ciders too!). The selection available from local and national breweries of all sizes is second to none. The service is exceptional. The pricing is very good. This is exactly the type of small independent business that breweries and consumers alike should be supporting so that it can survive in these uncertain times.Easy_506
They 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.Igneous_Yacht
Brilliant brewhouse with lots of different ales and ciders with incredible names! Really friendly and the museum upstairs...well worth a visit of you are in the area,Magenta76