The Seal is proud to be a real ale pub, serving a wide range of beers from breweries in West Sussex and beyond.
The bar is well known for providing a wide selection of the cask conditioned English Ales from major breweries as well as micro-breweries and is one of the best places in the area to sample some of the best cask conditioned ales in the country. Regular Ale sampling nights take place throughout the year.
We are proud members of the Cask Marque scheme which promotes good quality Real Ale, through good cellar practice.
Real Ales - Now available on tap
The Legendary Ruby Beer from Wychwood Brewery
Hobgoblin is a traditionally craft brewed with chocolate & crystal malts and a blend of Styrian, Goldings & Fuggles hops to produce a full-bodied, Ruby beer that delivers a delicious chocolate toffee malt flavour, balanced with a rounded moderate bitterness and and overall fruity, mischievous character.
Flack Catcher is a great beer from an independent Brewery in Romsey
Flack Catcher is a clean distinctive rich golden ale with initial sweetness, smoothly spiced with a crisp bitter finish leading to an old fashioned zesty linger.
Grand Central has been brought to you by the skill and dedication of two respected UK craft brewers, Shindigger Brewing Co and William Bros. Brewing Co.
Grand Central IPA is showcasing a six-hop plethora of punchy varieties from America and Australia. Fresh, unfined and very lightly filtered, keeping as many juicy, fruity flavours in the beer as possible. A 4.2% vegan and session-friendly beer!
Summer aromas from Romsey
Romsey Gold is a crisp and refreshing pale golden ale with a soft mouth feel. Balanced by Fuggles and the summer aromas and flavours of First Gold
Hophead at 3.8% is one of our most popular beers and has a huge following across the south coast and I am sure even much further.
Hophead is a pale golden colour, cool crisp and refreshing with a slight hoppy bitterness. Many of our customers who drink it say that they seem to get drunk drinking this as opposed to drinking some of the stronger beers. That's because it's too 'moreish' and they always end up drinking more than they realise!
From time to time, in addition to Hophead, we will also be serving other Ales from Dark Star's excellent range.