You can’t really miss the Prince Albert as you step out from Brighton Station. How many other pubs sport an entire facade given over to images of John Peel, Bob Marley, Jimi Hendrix, Franz Zappa, Frank Sidebottom and many more iconic pop culture figures (George Best has turned his back to show his No7). This mega mural, apparently has replaced a Banksy original, KIssing Coppers. Stripped from the wall in 2011, it has since fetched $575,000 at auction in Miami. A masterpiece in its own right is Harvey’s Sussex Best Bitter from Lewes, described by Good Beer Guide Editor Roger Protz as “an astonishingly complex ale’’. Perfect for refuelling then at this friendly, rough and ready live music venue, where it’s regularly on the pumps alongside beers from the excellent Burning Sky, a spin-off from Dark Star. The Albert also has Meantime Pale Ale on draught and US bottled beers.