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.
My 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.Patricia W
Great range of beer, cider and more. Well worth a visit!Jonathan Khoo
Regular visitor. Brewery museum quirky and great. Lots of decent local ales and craft beers and some from further afield. Very reasonably priced.S Wyatt
Great local business selling a wide range of local and national craft beers and ciders. Great location and friendly knowledgeable staff.
Definitely will be popping back here to keep my supplies topped upSimon H
What 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.Southwickfans
So much choice of great local beer, most of which I didn't even know existed!
Definitely recommend going here and taking a look around.Nathan Paddick
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
Steeped 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 samplesaintlee1970