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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.

Formerly an Enterprise pub, this is now a free house and enjoying a resurgence after many years out of the guide. It offers a wide range of real ales from its eight handpumps, many from local breweries.

9. Kings Head, High Street, Billingshurst

Formerly an Enterprise pub, this is now a free house and enjoying a resurgence after many years out of the guide. It offers a wide range of real ales from its eight handpumps, many from local breweries.
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Family-run free house serving beers sourced entirely from local Sussex breweries. The main bar provides an excellent view of the shipping in'Shoreham harbour.

10. Schooner Inn, Albion Street, Southwick

Family-run free house serving beers sourced entirely from local Sussex breweries. The main bar provides an excellent view of the shipping in'Shoreham harbour.
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Having been closed for 30 years, this pub was reopened in February 2016 by Dark Star Brewery and has been refurbished in an early 20th-century'style. The six handpumps offer Dark Star beers together with other ales from across the country, plus real cider.

11. Anchor Tap, East Street, Horsham

Having been closed for 30 years, this pub was reopened in February 2016 by Dark Star Brewery and has been refurbished in an early 20th-century'style. The six handpumps offer Dark Star beers together with other ales from across the country, plus real cider.
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A large, bustling, town-centre pub, the Jug is something of a Horsham institution.  Two regular ales are available plus rotating guests and a cider. An extensive range of malt whiskies and gins is also kept.

12. Black Jug, North Street, Horsham

A large, bustling, town-centre pub, the Jug is something of a Horsham institution. Two regular ales are available plus rotating guests and a cider. An extensive range of malt whiskies and gins is also kept.
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