First In Last Out14-15 High Street
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Dating back to the 1500s, this building has been an inn since 1896. Birthplace of the FILO brewery, which is now located a few hundred metres away this pub has a large single bar dominated by a central open fire and a restaurant to the rear of the building. Located in the heart of Hastings Old Town it is popular with locals. Six cask beers, including four from the FILO range are available. The two guests are regionally sourced. Monday night is Tapas night and Thursday is Thali night. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, as well as Sundays once a month, live music features. Beer festivals are held most bank holiday weekends. The council car park located to the rear (on the Bourne) is accessible through a side pedestrian alleyway. In 2013 it received a certificate from the local CAMRA branch marking ten consecutive years appearing in CAMRA's Good Beer Guide.