Welcome to The Sussex Ox
A country pub with its own organic farm, always serving the finest local food and drink.
Grand finalist for ‘Best Eating Experience of the Year’ in the 2016 Sussex Food and Drink Awards
The Sussex Ox Music and Beer Festival: August 5th-7th 2016 – details to follow
Fizz’s Farm Blog: Lookering
Click the link below to read an article on the pub written by Stephen Carr for Farmers Weekly magazine
July 1, 2016
We will be closed on Saturday 9th July for a private function. We apologise for any inconvenience.
June 17, 2016
Burning Sky, Firle, East Sussex - Plateau - 3.5% Pale Ale; Wiper and True, Bristol - Kaleidoscope Pale Ale - 4%; Wild Beer Company, Bristol - Pogo - 4% A pale ale with flavours of passion fruit, guava and orange; Bedlam Brewery, Albourne, West Sussex - Pilsner- 4.2% Classic Pilsner lager with a mild, citrus aroma
July 4, 2016 / 8.00 PM
The next quiz night is on Monday 1st August from 8.00pm . Teams of up to 6, entry £1 per person. Food is available as well with a curry and a pint for just £9.95! Booking is advised.
July 27, 2016 / 7.30pm
Swing de Nador
Wednesday 27th July 2016 from 7.30: For a flavour of the Parisian jazz manouche tradition, come and enjoy jazz swing, musette waltzes and traditional gypsy songs performed by this incomparable accordion-guitar duet. Swing de Nador was founded by Sebastien Boyer (guitarist, accordionist and disciple of French gypsy jazz legends Francis-Alfred Moerman and Mandino Reinhardt) and Steve Goldman (guitarist with the Hot Club of Jevington).
August 5, 2016 / 6.00 PM
The Sussex Ox Music and Beer Festival
We are hosting our second annual music and beer festival on the weekend of August 5th-7th. Expect an wide ranging selection of some of the best beers in Sussex and across the country, plus live music performances everyday. Line-up to be confirmed.
We serve the finest local produce, cooked to order. Our beef comes from our own herd of cattle. Our lamb comes from our own flock of sheep.
The Ox prides itself on its eclectic wine list of reasonably priced but exciting wines from terroirs around the world, often organic and/or bio-dynamic.
The pub has three interconnecting rooms. The Old Bar is a cosy beamed snug with brick floor and open fire. Light and airy, the Garden Room boasts panoramic views over the Cuckmere Valley.