Anchor Tap16 East Street
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Now free-of-tie, this popular pub continues to offer customers an eclectic choice of brews. The Knowledgeable team behind the bar source interesting beers both local and from afar. There are six handpumps in use, plus a backbar offering ten keg beers. The pub regularly hosts tap takeovers, so it is advisable to check the Facebook page for details of these and additional opening hours. Bar snacks are available lunchtimes. The modern Anchor in East Street was built in 1898. It was the 'tap' of the Anchor Hotel. In January 1975 a Horsham Branch of CAMRA was formed at this pub. Having been closed for 30 years, this pub was reopened in February 2016 by Dark Star Brewery, but with the sale of that brewer to Fuller's in March 2018, the pub became free-of-tie. It continues to be popular with customers both local and from afar. Refurbished in an early-20th century style. A cask beer club offers 20% off all cask beers between 4p and 6pm Tue-Fri.