Riverside Brewery is a limited company that was incorporated on 27th July 2015, registration number 9704640.
The brewery was founded by Keith Kempton, Mike Rice and Roger Paxton.
The brewery is equipped with a 5bbl kit.
"Hi. I'm contacting you after having very much enjoyed a couple of pints of Steyning Stinker in the Jack & Jill this weekend."
"I bought a bottle of your Steyning Stinker at the Shoreham Farmers Market on Saturday.
It is a delightful beer, delicious and full of flavour and I will certainly buy more."
"Just wanted to drop you a line and say what great beer.
I saw the range in Mulberrys in Lancing and bought one of each.
Just finishing off the Beeding Best now after a long day digging and I think this could be the start of a beautiful summer together.
I'm looking forward to trying the others soon. Thanks again."
A Premium Bitter 5.6% ABV
Named after those intrepid folk who braved the River Adur avoiding flour bombs and eggs in nothing more than glorified bath tubs, staying afloat long enough to paddle from Upper Beeding to Shoreham. Had our brewery been there at the time we are sure they would have stopped on the way and enjoyed this ‘oarsome’ beer worthy of their name.
The beer has an earthy / spicy characteristic with just a hint of honey.
A Hoppy Beer 5.1% ABV
One of our directors has a passion for steam engines. His Burrell steam traction engine “Lion Lord of the Forest” was built in 1916 and can often be seen being driven around the locality.
Four different hops are used in this beer giving it a pine / floral characteristic with a hint of grapefruit.
A Best Bitter 4.2% ABV
The Brewery is based within the South Downs National Park on the banks of the River Adur. On the outskirts of Upper Beeding, so a bit of a no-brainer name for this one.
The beer has a pine / floral characteristic with just a hint of liquorice.
A Smoked Beer 4.0% ABV
Before Dr. Beeching closed down the railways, the regular steam train that called at Steyning and Bramber was the Steyning Flyer, it was more affectionately known by the locals as the Steyning Stinker! We have used smoked and chocolate malts to achieve a distinctive smoky flavour.
The hops used give the beer a slight fruity / spicy edge to compliment the earthy and smoked flavour from the grain.
A Light Beer 3.6% ABV
Rambling Monarch is a light refreshing summer ale best enjoyed after a walk along the Monarch's Way which passes through Bramber and Upper Beeding following the route of King Charles II's escape to France from Shoreham in 1651.
The floral, citrus/spicy aroma of East Kent & Styrian Golding hops is followed by the classic bitter taste of Challenger hops leaving the drinker suitably refreshed to continue their on their way.This seasonal beer has been brewed to celebrate our current monarch's 90th birthday.
Shoreham Artisan market (4th Saturday of the month)
Lancing Farmers market (3rd Saturday of the month)
The Castle Inn, Bramber
The Anchored, Worthing
The Red Lion
Old Shoreham Road, Shoreham by Sea BN43 5TE
The Old Star, Shoreham
The Brooksteed Ale House, Worthing
The Poacher, Hurstpierpoint
The Jack and Jill Inn, Clayton
The Sussex Yacht Club
The Crown Inn, Newick
Keymer and Hassocks sports and social club
The Ship Inn, Southwick, 9, Southwick St, Southwick, Brighton, East Sussex, BN42 4AD
The Sussex Produce
Nisa Hyde Square, Upper Beeding
Rushfields Farm Shop, Poynings
Small Dole Post Office and Village Stores, Small Dole
Hartley's - 24 High Street Steyning, West Sussex BN44 3GG
Hartley's - 3-4 Commercial Buildings High Street, Henfield West Sussex BN5 9DE
Hartley's - 184 Findon Road Worthing West Sussex BN14 0EL
Hartley's - 63-65 High Street Shoreham West Sussex BN43 5DE
Mulberrys - 38-46 Farmers Parade, South Street, Lancing, West Sussex BN15 8AJ
South Downs Heritage Centre
Middle Farm, Lewes