Chichester pubs are not dominated by any particular brewery. There is a fair share of free houses.

Almost all pubs offer food at lunch and most also do evening meals. There are a couple who are probably more restaurant than bar.

Several also offer city centre accommodation from Bed and Breakfast to actual Hotel.

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There are two trails described for Chichester. The city has a distinct centre and four roads leading from it – North St, South St, West St and East St. The pubs are mainly grouped at the end of these four streets. Thus crawl one will take in the North axis while trail 2 will be the East-West route. The trails will each be designed to start at the train or bus station and visit pubs going from and coming back to the station.

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Crawl 1 - North-South continued

TRAIL 2 East-West 10 pubs

Across the roundabout is The Vintage. Return and go back up West St and just as the cathedral starts there is on old church on the other side – this is Wests.
Go back to the Cross and straight across to East St. Walk a little of the way down looking out for a lane called St Martins on the right hand side. Go up this lane and find the Hole In The Wall. Return to the pedestrian area and walk all the way down East St to the junction. On the left junction is The Nags Head and then on the straight ahead road is Eastgate.
Come back across the junction and go down to the right to find The Bull. Continue down this road a few minutes, heading back to the railway station. As you get close you should see The Fountain pub which is part of trail 1 but I would be tempted anyway. Or continue round and see The Globe Inn next to the station.

Vintage is a modern bar /diner. The bar is straight ahead and serves two seating areas split by a half wall. There is outside seating by the road (not the roundabout) and in the beer garden to the rear. Music Sunday afternoons.
Have a pint here.

Real ale : Sussex Gold (Arundel); London Gold
Lager :Becks; Amstal; San Miguel
Cider :Strongbow; Guinness

Hole In The Wall (Greene King) has a centre bar serving two rooms. There is a small traditional bar at the front with dining tables. The rear bar has sofas, pool, TVs. Karaoke, Discos on Fridays and quiz nights.
Have a half pint here

Real ale : 6X; Greene King IPA; Old Speckled hen
Bitter : John Smith
Lager : Carlsberg; 1664; Fosters; Estrella
Cider : Strongbow Guinness

Nags Head is a very traditional looking bar from outside and in the main bar area. The L-shaped serving counter serves a room with booths against the walls. To the right is a more modern area with lots of large wooden tables. Through from the right is a large dining room. Beyond this is an outside patio.
Have a pint here.

Real ale :Flowers; Summer Lightning; Directors
Lager :Stella; Heineken;1664; becks; Fosters; Amstel
Cider :Strongbow; Aspall Guinness

Eastgate has a wooden floored bar at front separated from a carpeted area by a centre chimney – both served by the bar. This then leads more tables and chairs and sofa in front of fire. There is an outside patio of four tables with a room of it for pool. Really more of a smokers patio than a beer garden.
Have a pint here

Real ale :Ghost Ship (Ad); Ipanema (Wadworth) ; Seafarers; HSB (both Gale/Fullers); London Pride
Lager :Becks; Carling; Fosters; 1664; Honey Dew; Frontier Craft Lager (Fullers)
Cider :Strongbow Guinness

The Bull Inn is a two roomed pub with a garden area to the rear. The room to left of entrance has tradition tables and chairs and a collection of potato mashers hanging from the far wall. The actual bar is to the right of entrance with bar stools and some high tables.
Have a pint here

Good Beer guide (CAMRA) 2013

Real ale : Quiver (Bowman); Citra Hop (Itchin Valley) Flora Ale (Langham); Fossil Fuel (Isle of Purbeck)
Lager :Becks; San Miguel
Cider :Stowpress Guinness

The Fountain pub (Hall and Woodhouse) is over 100 years old. It has outside seating down the side and three rooms. Two of the rooms are served by the same bar. The main entrance takes you to the top bar (2nd picture). Through a door and down a step is the middle room with a larger bar (3rd picture) and door to the outside seating(4th). Through from the middle room is more formal table and chair seating.
Food is served throughout the day. The pub offers wi-fi and real fires.
Good Pub Guide 2013
Have two pints here

Real ale : First Call; Tanglefoot; Hopeful Hop (all Badger);
Sussex Bitter
Bitter : John Smith
Lager :Peroni; 1664; Fosters
Cider :Stowford Press Guinness

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The Globe Inn is a large sports bar on the corner opposite the station (even has screen with train details). The bar is open plan but sectioned off by half walls and raised areas. There are 4 pool tables and 17 TVs of various sizes. The area to the right of entrance has sofa seating and low tables. Lots of different football scarves attached to the walls.
Have a pint here

Real ale : Doombar
Bitter : John Smith
Lager :Peroni; Carling; Fosters; Carlsberg; Stella
Cider :Stowford Press Guinness

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