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The Cornerstone, Brighton - pub details

Previously called: Sun, Admiral Napier

Cornerstone

Address: 2-6 Elm Grove, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 3DD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23561) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations London Road - Brighton (0.6 miles), Brighton (0.7 miles), Moulsecoomb (1.2 miles)

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Still known as the Admiral. I quite liked this pub in a prominent corner location. The range of ales was good - Downlands Bramber, Dark Star Crème Brulée, Reunion Frost Fair & Hammerpot Shepherd's Warmer. For once in a pub, there was a decent selection of dark ales. The barmaid warned us to sample the Crème Brulée before buying it, as it was an acquired taste. She wasn't wrong! The cider was Seacider Winter Spiced. We spent a pleasant time here playing snakes and ladders in the corner!
blue_scrumpy - 2 Feb 2018 20:55
New folk in charge. Much better decor more welcoming and downlands summit stout in excellent condition.
addlened - 12 Jan 2016 18:13
Now called the Admiral. Had good and bad experience here. One time the beer was undrinkable the next excellent. 5 ales available but not convinced about reliable quality.
addlened - 14 Dec 2015 18:43
The pub has recently gained great identity. The manageress is very welcoming and polite and so are he rest of the bar staff. I had sunday roast last sunday and was told they had a new chef in the kitchen.. the roast was fantastic, i had slow roast belly pork which i have to say was cooked to perfection and my misses had the nutroast which she said was great.. they also were advertising a new lunch and dinner menu which looks great so will be back in the week... another added bonus is the two flat screens for the football... all in all i think they have pulled there socks up.. very good, thanks.... will be back..
jbobby - 9 Mar 2011 22:40
Having enjoyed the afternoon pleasures of the BIB & TUCKER up the hill; I stopped off here on my trott back to Brighton's sea front.
A small,1930'/40's bar that could pass for a students union bar. Clean, pleasant couple of female students serving.
I bought a pint of Black Sheep and sat on the welcoming benches outside to enjoy the evening setting rays.
It was a pint of Vinegar!! Certainly a pub worth giving the bum steer to in future.
Disgraceful.
WILLIAMSTEW - 28 Jul 2010 22:30

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