Brighton brewers step in to save historic city pub From The Argus The move will also see the company return to its roots having started out in the Hand in Hand brewpub in Upper St James's Street half a mile from their new home in 2012.
Brighton Bier, who now operate from a brewery in Roedean Road, previously ran The Brighton Bier Dispensary in Dean Street having taken over the former oakley sale 2016 Prince Albert pub in April 2014. The Jury's Out began life as a regency house but its ground floor was converted to a pub around 1830 and named oakley sunglasses canada the Thurlow Arms after former Lord Chancellor Baron Thurlow. Brighton Bier bosses said Edward oakley minute Street once boasted an incredible 27 pubs on the street but that was at risk of reducing to just one before they stepped in to save The Jury's Out. It is hoped that a renovation of the building will save historic and architectural points of interest lost or hidden over the years.
Mr Fisher said: "We could not see another pub of such importance close in Brighton and wanted to step in, we just couldn't see a building with such potential go to waste and a pub with nearly oakley one day sale 2016 200 years of heritage be lost." Fellow director Stephen Whitehurst said: "We've always thought this east central part of the city has a huge amount to offer; the amount of investment and regeneration taking place in the area shows that others think the same.
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