The Prince Albert, Brighton - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6544) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music, Big screen (upstairs), Jukebox
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|Good music venue serving good quality ales. Burning sky Plateau superb...............|
A decent all round boozer.
pwilkins - 20 Apr 2015 13:29
|My 3rd tick and the Prince Albert is probably the most surprising. |
Large frontage with benches onto the road, the entrance that looks rather grand brings you straight into the old public bar with a snug just behind and a couple rooms tucked away off of the corridor.
It’s pretty busy but nothing close to how busy the Basketmakers was several minutes earlier when I left & made my way here.
There’s 6 pumps dispensing mainly local ales with 2 offerings from Burning Sky. I went for the strong pale ale Aurora @ 5.6%. This was another very good ale, drinkable and enjoyable.
The decoration is similar to the clientele which can best be described as odd. I mean this in a good way re the punters. Nick nacks a plenty with the front bar displaying footbal scarves, Che Guevara & Cuban flags, bank notes and lots of beer clips.
Music being played at a high level but it worked well.
A thoroughly decent pub however the outside men's toilet was a surprise.
3 pubs down, all very different but all very good.
lezford - 2 Mar 2015 15:32
|Despite the Jagermeister flag in the picture above, a great choice for a pint near Brighton station with lost of events literature to keep you interested plus a range of well kept ales. Has a trendy youngsters' feel and is none the worse for that as it's not in a crass way.|
BoehmBawerk - 1 Oct 2014 20:58
|Okay for a pint of bitter on the way to station. Too dark inside. |
pubking78 - 17 Mar 2014 13:51
|Our first visit for a few years, only came as the monthly music session has moved here from the Lord Nelson.|
Not very impressed, dark, dreary, run down back street pub, with over loud head banging music, tried to get in upstairs, where we could still hear the music from downstairs, went back down, and out the front, where we were regailed by a busker who only knew three notes.
We left after quickly finishing our drinks, which yet again were overhopped and undernourished, with a distinct lack of malt, and cost way over £4 a pint.
As I said in the beginning, our first visit for a few years, most certainly our last.
RobinDay - 8 Oct 2013 12:42
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