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Why not join our Summer Ale Trail for 2018, on now until Sunday 30th September

Commemorating the Centenary of
when British women were first allowed to vote
(well, some of them anyway)

Obtain your free passport – which looks like this – from one of the participating pubs, while stocks last.
Votes for Ale

WITH YOUR PASSPORT in hand, you visit 20 out of the 38 pubs in the Brighton & South Downs area (over a period of up to four months) and get a stamp in it when you buy a pint of real ale or cider (fuller details are in the Passport). Then exchange it for the 2018 Ale Trail T-Shirt.
Or if you manage 30 pubs, you get a Polo shirt or a Sweatshirt.
Or if you manage all 38 pubs, you get a T-shirt PLUS a Polo or Sweatshirt.
Cider enthusiasts can buy half-pints of real cider, and get a 'Cider Rider' T-shirt.

The Bus Tour has already happened for this year.

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The 38 Ale Trail Pubs for 2018

Brighton: Basketmakers Arms
Brighton: Bevy
Brighton: Brighton Beer Dispensary C
Brighton: Brighton Bierhaus C
Brighton: Craft Beer Company C
Brighton: Evening Star C
Brighton: Hanover C
Brighton: Lord Nelson
Brighton: Mitre Tavern C
Brighton: Prince Albert C
Brighton: Southover
Chailey Green: Five Bells
Ditchling: White Horse
Falmer: Swan Inn
Hove: Neptune Inn
Hove: Watchmakers Arms C
Hove: Westbourne C
Isfield: Laughing Fish C
Lewes: Black Horse C
Lewes: Brewers Arms C
Lewes: Elephant & Castle C
Lewes: Gardeners Arms C
Lewes: John Harvey Tavern
Lewes: Lewes Arms
Lewes: Rights of Man
Lewes: Snowdrop Inn C
Newhaven: Hope Inn C
Newick: Crown Inn C
Portslade: Stag's Head
Portslade: Stanley Arms C
Ringmer: Anchor Inn
Ringmer: Cock Inn
Seaford: Old Boot Inn C
Seaford: Wellington Hotel
Shoreham-by-Sea: Duke of Wellington C
Shoreham-by-Sea: Old Star Ale & Cider House C
Southwick: Schooner Inn
Wivelsfield Green: Cock Inn

C denotes one of the 21 'CIDER RIDER' pubs. 20 stamps for drinking a half-pint of real cider in these gets you the Cider Rider T-Shirt.


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