Looking for a stag party in Brighton that isn’t the norm? We guarantee you can have one of the best knees up in Brighton with your mates, with some of the best ideas, brought to you by a local (fancy dress optional!)
1. Beer Tasting at Craft Beer Co.
This venue has over 200 different types of beer on offer. That’s enough choice to make even the most qualified beer guzzler wince at making a choice, so why not book a tasting? Their Gold beer tasting package is nicely priced at just £30 each and includes six bottled beers, lasts approximately two hours and is tutored by one of their craft beer experts.
2. Zip Wire along Brighton seafront
At 300m long, The Brighton Zip Wire is the longest on the south coast. For the real adrenaline junkies in your group, or something to stitch up the stag with, there is a 24m drop zone, which is a free falling experience, and both have the ability to be captured on video. Additional content for the Best Man’s speech anyone?
3. Take part in a new Escape Room with a difference
Out of the main hustle and bustle of Brighton, this theatre meets escape room style experience is a great way to challenge you and the rest of your stag party while getting some all important teamwork in before your night out. New to Brighton in 2018, Phileas Fogg’s World of Adventures is set within sixteen escape rooms and with live actors to help you try and evade capture, all lasting an hour in total. There’s also a bar and private TV sports room to enjoy before or after the activity.
4. Glow-in-the-dark adventure Golf
This is great if the weather has taken a turn for the worse. Set in Brighton’s marina, this glow-in-the-dark adventure golf is dinosaur themed and a great way to test how your night out outfit will look in UV light. A fun way to get competitive with your fellow stags before having a pint in the marina.
5. Taste the best steak in Brighton at The Coal Shed
Nothing says a lads night out without steak does it? Perfect for meat and non meat eaters alike, this venue boasts the best chargrilled meat and fish. The restaurant is also a stone’s throw from Brighton’s South Lanes. Private dining rooms are available too if you prefer to keep the mayhem away from the main restaurant.