ALL ABOUT HOLLER

BANGING BREWS FROM SUSSEX

There’s a story behind Holler, but also one reaching far in front that we want YOU to be a part of...

Holler began in 2016 as a dream of Steve’s: to set up a brewery in the heart of Sussex and sell beer that would be available to all. So Holler began as Holler Boys, literally two boys (Steve and Ant the farmer) and a gal (Steve’s beloved Bethany) in an old dairy building on a farm in the tranquil countryside not far from Lewes. Steve created a core range of highly drinkable beers (Cheat Mode, Fog Cutter, Heavy Lifting, Bunko, Loot et al..) and as the team, the beers and the love grew, we left the boys behind and just became Holler…

On the road so far we’ve met some great people and made amazing friends. We’re a community based brewery you see. We don’t believe in sitting apart from everything and becoming super-enveloped in our own beery world. Wherever Holler sits, it’s always at the centre of the local community. We’re here to make great beer, but also to help support community run pubs, carnival societies, mental health charities, children’s amateur dramatic groups, local arts groups and loads more, because with out them what would our society be like? All the time Holler beer flows in the community, we’re hoping that more and more people are turning their heads away from mass produced, mass marketed beer, and turning towards local breweries, local beers and local pubs.

 
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And now the story and Holler need you to join in. In September 2018, we opened a brand new shiny brewery in the centre of Brighton that has double the production capacity of our farm site. And with this, The Holler Tap Room, where you can try the beers only a few yards from where they were made. This exciting new step in Holler’s history has seen the team grow again. And, with the promise of new beer styles and exceptional seasonals, a great atmosphere and the coolest toilets in town, you must come and say hi and become part of the story...

Beers for all!