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These are 27 of the best pubs in West Sussex according to the Good Pub Guide

When it comes to pubs in West Sussex, we're spoilt for choice - and sometimes it can be a bit overwhelming.

Luckily, CAMRA's Good Beer Guide can make that next pub crawl a little easier. These are 27 of the best 62 pubs in West Sussex according to their 2020 guide. Click here to see the other 35 West Sussex pubs that made the Guide or click here for the list from East Sussex.

Worthings second micropub opened in 2014, with a change of ownership in 2017. There are usually five changing cask ales, four KeyKeg and up to five'ciders or perries from local and national brewers, plus a range of bottled beers, wines and gins.

5. Brooksteed Alehouse, South farm Road, Worthing

Worthings second micropub opened in 2014, with a change of ownership in 2017. There are usually five changing cask ales, four KeyKeg and up to five'ciders or perries from local and national brewers, plus a range of bottled beers, wines and gins.
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The pub has six handpumps on year round, plus two ciders and a mix of bottled and canned ales. It has no regular beers, but instead features local brews and usually offers at least one dark ale. The pub hosts live music every Saturday night, as well as regular open mic and jam events.

6. The Malt Shovel, Springfield Road, Horsham

The pub has six handpumps on year round, plus two ciders and a mix of bottled and canned ales. It has no regular beers, but instead features local brews and usually offers at least one dark ale. The pub hosts live music every Saturday night, as well as regular open mic and jam events.
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A welcoming 19th-century free house that is a Guide regular. Six handpumps serve a changing selection of local and national beers, one of which is always a dark ale. There is also a selection of craft brews, both keg and in cans and bottles, plus an extensive range of around 80 bottled Belgian beers.

7. Selden Arms, Lyndhurst Road, Worthing

A welcoming 19th-century free house that is a Guide regular. Six handpumps serve a changing selection of local and national beers, one of which is always a dark ale. There is also a selection of craft brews, both keg and in cans and bottles, plus an extensive range of around 80 bottled Belgian beers.
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This small Grade II-listed red-brick pub, built in 1803 and named after 18th-century radical John Wilkes. Five well-chosen changing beers are served and regular beer festivals are held.

8. Wilkes Head, Church Lane, Eastergate

This small Grade II-listed red-brick pub, built in 1803 and named after 18th-century radical John Wilkes. Five well-chosen changing beers are served and regular beer festivals are held.
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