The Brighton Bierhaus opened in 2017 at a point when it was likely to be redeveloped for residential or other commercial uses. It started life in the 1830s as the Thurlow Arms and Brighton Bier refused to let it go the way of other now long since lost pubs. 

The Grade II listed building was renovated and now sits proudly on Edward Street as an elegant pub that is one of the oldest in the city. Today it is one of Brighton's best Real Ale and Craft Beer Pubs with the largest range of Belgian and German beer you will find in the city. It is also featured each year in the Good Pub Guide. 

Located in sight of Brighton Pavilion, the Bierhaus is also just a few minutes walk from The Lanes and Brighton Beach. From Brighton Station its a an easy walk and is also perfectly situated for public transport as the #7 and #1 bus services that criss-cross the city stop outside. With fires in the winter and a cool breeze in the summer its the perfect pub whatever the weather. A wonderful spot with a warm welcome to enjoy a beer with friends or just sit back and watch the world go by. 

The Brighton Bierhaus is a wonderful place to start or finish the Historic Brewing Tour of Brighton linking many old brewery sites across Kemptown and East Brighton with Brighton Bier, the city's international award winning brewery.