Langham Brewery – Award Winning Beer – near Petworth Petworth England, GU28 9BU

Langham Brewery offers delicious, fresh beers – in cask, keg, bottles and cans – which are lovingly created and brewed at their award-winning independent microbrewery, near Petworth, in the stunning South Downs National Park. Offering over 17 innovative, flavoursome real…

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Langham Brewery offers delicious, fresh beers – in cask, keg, bottles and cans – which are lovingly created and brewed at their award-winning independent microbrewery, near Petworth, in the stunning South Downs National Park.

Offering over 17 innovative, flavoursome real ales using the finest quality ingredients and traditional craft skills, Langhams’ passion and skill has notched up over 45 awards to date.

A friendly welcome awaits at the Brewery Taproom (outdoor area open 6 days a week) and at their safe Brewery Drive Through. They also offer a popular Home Delivery service, delivering daily across Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire, and a courier service for orders from further afield.

When their small, dedicated brewery team moved into their beautiful West Sussex granary barn back in 2005, swallows were congregating, ready to migrate. The swallow became the brewery logo. The collective noun for swallows is Gulp, so the team recently created ‘The Gulp’, a club for all their loyal customers, who gain brewery discounts – including 10% off their ‘beer of the month’, and more. Do feel free to join; it’s free and quick and easy via their website.

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