Operators said they were excited to bring the city centre site, which hosted a pub for almost two centuries, back to its roots. Beers from the on-site brewery would take inspiration from the site’s history, organisers said.
Food will also be on offer at the brewpub, with 23 vegan and vegetarian options on the menu in addition to innovative meat dishes.
Brewhouse & Kitchen co-founder Simon Bunn said: “We are very excited to open a brewpub in Horsham and look forward to making lots of local friends, providing a service to the fantastic and welcoming community.”
Bunn added: “To be located in Horsham’s town centre is wonderful, allowing us to deliver a truly unique pub experience to residents and visitors alike and embrace the community with open doors and full kegs.”
Last week’s opening marks the latest in a series of new sites for the company this summer.
The brewery opened Hoxton’s first on-site brew pub in July, nestled underneath the arches of Hoxton Station, east London.
A site is also set to open in the autumn in Portsmouth, the city where the company was founded.
Brewhouse & Kitchen was founded in 2011 and has since grown to boast 22 sites across the UK.