The Hurst Arms Public House
Eastbourne, BN21 1TW

The Hurst Arms Public House
Eastbourne, BN21 1TW

Cask Beers Available

Cask Beers Available

Harvey's - Bonfire Boy

Bonfire Boy - 5.8%

Bonfire Boy


5.8% abv

Brewed seasonally for the November 5th celebrations that the bonfire boys and belles of Lewes are renowned for. A dark amber beer with a full malty palate and a, slightly burnt, bitter aftertaste. A small quantity of black malt is used to impart the suggestion of smoke.

Harvey's - Star Of Eastbourne

Star Of Eastbourne - 5.5%

Star Of Eastbourne


5.5% abv

A strong, old style India Pale Ale reminiscent of the beers exported across the globe by British breweries during the early nineteenth century. Golden in colour with a full hop aroma. The bitterness lingers on the on the palate giving a dry finish. Bold but balanced.

Harvey's - Old Ale

Old Ale - 4.3%

Old Ale


4.3% abv

A firm favourite during the autumn and winter months. A dark, warming brew. Burnt sugars and roasted malts compliment the premium Maris Otter barley, supplanting the light bitterness of aroma hops. With hints of dried fruit and dates, this rich ale has been likened to the oak: steadfast throughout the year, regardless of the season.

Harvey's - Dark Mild

Dark Mild - 3%

Dark Mild


3% abv

Soft, slightly sweet with a dry aftertaste akin to an infusion of ground nuts. It is refreshing, hydrating and comforting. 'Liquid bread' in every sense.

Harvey's - Sussex Best

Sussex Best - 4%

Sussex Best


4% abv

Finest Maris Otter malted barley is supplemented with a dash of Crystal malt for balance. Our hops are a blend of four different local varieties, to give a distinctive hoppy finish.

Harvey's - IPA

IPA - 3.5%



3.5% abv

Premium malted barleys and local aroma hops combine to create a beer that is light and refreshing. Fragrant hop flavours impart a full but delicate bitterness to this classic table beer.


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The Hurst Arms Public House is in the South East Sussex CAMRA branch area.