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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.

This micropub opened in 2017. Beers and ciders are served by gravity from a glass-fronted temperature-controlled stillage in the single bar and are changed regularly, usually from within a 45-mile radius. It won the local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2018.

1. Crab Pot, High street, Selsey

This micropub opened in 2017. Beers and ciders are served by gravity from a glass-fronted temperature-controlled stillage in the single bar and are changed regularly, usually from within a 45-mile radius. It won the local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2018.
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This attractive thatched cottage has been a traditional village pub for more than 30 years and shares the premises with the Gribble Brewery. The pub is cosy, with log fires in winter. The full range of Gribble regular beers is always available, complemented by seasonals.

2. Gribble Inn, Gribble Lane, Oving

This attractive thatched cottage has been a traditional village pub for more than 30 years and shares the premises with the Gribble Brewery. The pub is cosy, with log fires in winter. The full range of Gribble regular beers is always available, complemented by seasonals.
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This is north Sussexs first community-owned pub. Its four handpumps normally dispense Harveys Sussex Best, a beer from High Weald and two rotating guests, which are mostly local. The pub also serves a varied range of locally sourced'meals.

3. Half Moon, Haywards Heath Road, Balcombe

This is north Sussexs first community-owned pub. Its four handpumps normally dispense Harveys Sussex Best, a beer from High Weald and two rotating guests, which are mostly local. The pub also serves a varied range of locally sourced'meals.
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Beers sold include Fullers London Pride; Harveys Sussex Best Bitter; St Austell Tribute; Sharps Doom Bar; and one changing beer. There are two separate bars and three beer gardens, which come in useful for the annual beer festival in July.

4. Henty Arms, Ferring Lane, Ferring

Beers sold include Fullers London Pride; Harveys Sussex Best Bitter; St Austell Tribute; Sharps Doom Bar; and one changing beer. There are two separate bars and three beer gardens, which come in useful for the annual beer festival in July.
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