Prince Albert48 Trafalgar Street
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Large Victorian free house with a number of rooms off the main bar. Built as a hotel to serve the nearby Brighton railway station. It has six constantly used hand pumps, mainly serving beers from local breweries, with guest beers from further afield. It serves office workers during the day and a mixed clientele in the evening. Live music or a DJ every night. Famous for the kissing policeman Banksy on the pub wall. Particularly prominent CAMRA posters for real cider and perry and lists of those on sale. In summer 2019 the kitchen facility was withdrawn and its space now used as a green room for visiting bands. The pub encourages customers to bring in food from local establishments or arrange meal deliveries. Outdoor seating on benches at the front. Open 12 noon to 12.30 am on Bank Holidays.