Sunday, 16 September 2007

The Trevor Arms, Glynde near Lewes 16th September 2007

One bar in this cosy pub was full of people while the rest of the pub appeared empty. The bar staff were friendly and chatty.

Harvey’s Longman IPA (3.5%): An interesting bitter citrus hoppy beer although far too weak to qualify as an IPA in my opinion. Very pleasant with the distinctive Harvey’s taste.

Never having had this beer before I was very pleased to get the chance to taste it.


  1. Anonymous5:38 pm

    The Trevor Arms used to be gr8. But it’s lost it.
    There seems to be open warfare between the staff (much of it homophobic).
    The staff slag off the customers in public (“give them this then they can **** off”).
    The staff slag off the owners in public.
    Not a happy ship!!
    The Hadlow is usually good, but the mood music is dire. Somebody needs to take a grip. – I was more stressed on leaving than on entering!!

  2. Anonymous4:57 pm

    It's not getting any better at the Trevor. Public bar now has a flat screen with volume right up and (on most recent visit) a baby bawling in competition. So sad - Glynde is a lovely village and deserves a quiet country pub, but this isn't it.

  3. Anonymous8:59 am

    A quick check after a long break - 7 years on (Dec 2013) and things are now desperate at this pub. More staff than punters and the place deserted by locals - like the Marie Celeste much of the time! Staff clearly untrained and inept, if not (in some cases) downright rude. Surely this place must be losing megabucks - how can it possibly stay in business?