Bottle & Jug Dept.

Bottle & Jug Dept.


The Brooksteed & Bottle & Jug Dept. plus Elaine Paige circa the I Know Him so Well video. If you're in Brighton today before 4pm do pop down to The Open Market on London Road to see Tom and buy AMAZING wine. We've stocked up.
English wine has moved on a fair bit, don't believe us? Pop in and see Tom at our wee sister Bottle & Jug Dept. he holds all of the evidence.
thank you to Tom at Bottle & Jug Dept. for selling my greetings cards, a donation of £14.00 (from sales of Christmas cards) to SHOUT WSK towards food parcels made today. 🙂
*PLEASE NOTE* we are not open today as we have a big clean up following our Christmas Fayre yesterday. Sorry for any disappointment but it's a great opportunity to give your liver a rest, December is a Marathon not a sprint though should you not want it to get out of practice Bottle & Jug Dept. is open for take away. We're open again tomorrow from 4.30pm.
Just a reminder if you're coming down to our Christmas Fayre raising funds for Superstar Arts today of how to get there. Worthing Boys Club is located on Ivy Arch Road about 10 mins brisk walk from the pub, it's just down from The Factory Live opposite the mosque. We have a mini beer festival at the Fayre with local heroes Merakai Brewing CO UnBarred Brewery Cloak and Dagger Brewing Bottle & Jug Dept. You get to meet the brewers too as they're helping us drink sling. Special thanks to the lovely guys of Goldbarz Cellar Services who have provided the bar set up. We've so much going on today please see earlier posts for details. The icing on the ginger bread house is that The Brooksteed also remains open for those seeking a little less Christmas.
We are well and truly counting down now to our Christmas Fayre at the Worthing Boys Club. Looking at the weather today we are really glad that we opted for an indoor event!

This Saturday from 12 midday you can enjoy a great selection of market stalls, fantastic live music and a brilliant bar (did you expect any less?)
Wines supplied by Tom from Bottle & Jug Dept., special Brooksteed gin surprises from us and Madame Jennifer Distillery with beers from Goldbarz, Cloak and Dagger Brewing, UnBarred Brewery and Merakai Brewing CO - including a new Christmas beer they have made specially for us.

The venue is dog friendly for well behaved owners and their furry companions and is an easy 10 min walk from the Brooksteed.

We encourage you to wear a face mask and there will be so much hand gel available that you won’t know what to do with it.

So many people have come together to make this happen and we are so incredibly grateful. We think you are going to have a ball and we look forward to seeing you on Saturday.
Our mulled wine station today is located at Bottle & Jug Dept. Please feel free to pop in and see Tom and bring your wine over to the pub, maybe do a spot of Christmas shopping while you’re there. If hot wine isn't your thing we have hot toddies in the pub.
Hi - do you have any sloe gin in stock? A Christmas gift request :-) Thank you
Don’t forget that it will soon be time to make merry at the annual WFC Xmas Party at #coastcafeworthing on the 6th of December. There will be excellent pizzas from the wonderful #pizzaface_ltd. And more exciting news we have great prizes for the winners of the Film Quiz. First prize is a WFC Membership and a bottle of fine wine courtesy of Worthing’s independent craft beer bottle and wine Bottle & Jug Dept.. Second prize are tickets for Connaught Cinema and another wine from Bottle and Jug. Third prize are tickets for the Dome Cinema. Thanks to all these local businesses for their very generous contribution to our prizes and party! Hope you can all make it! If you are not a member and want to join - just come along and join on the night or email the club - link in bio. You can always give the gift of a WFC Membership as a Xmas Pressie for the discerning film lover! Just get in touch with us. See you soon 🎉🍕🧁🍷🎟 🎞 🎄 xx #coastcafeworthing #pizzaface_ltd #connaught_cinema #domeworthing #bottleandjugdept #sunnyworthing #beyondbrighton #worthingstufftodo #worthingstuff
Happy weekend film fans. In case you're wondering what to see at the cinema this week, here's a few ideas for you......

TITANE (2021)
Julia Ducournau’s follow up to her superb 2016 debut Raw, Titane took home the Palme d’Or at Cannes this year. Whilst not perhaps quite up to the astonishing high bar of Raw, Titane is without a doubt no less imaginative. The film opens with a nasty car crash; a result of which sees central character Alexia have a titanium plate fitted in her head. After leaving the hospital, she shuns her parents and embraces their car. We then fast forward to Alexia as a grown woman, working as a s*xed up showgirl at a motor show. At the culmination of the show, a man forces himself on Alexia, and she brutally murders him. We soon learn that this isn’t the first murder she’s committed, nor will it be the last. More pressingly however, is that she follows this particular murder by climbing into the car she was modeling by, and having s*x with it. Shortly after this, she realises she’s pregnant, and is secreting motor oil from her va**na. With me so far? After committing another murder, Alexia is on the run from the authorities. She breaks her own nose, cuts her hair short, and hides her belly which is starting to show, eventually handing herself into the police claiming to be a missing boy, Adrien.
The film then changes tone and becomes something else entirely; Adrien’s father Vincent takes her in under the impression that she is his lost and damaged son, and the relationship between the two of them is what the film then focuses on. Although always conflicted about whether Alexia is actually his son, Vincent chooses to accept her for who she is. It’s an excellent message; Vincent doesn’t care who Alexia is, he accepts her with all her flaws, but he also doesn’t deny reality, he knows deep down something is not quite right. Ducournau’s talent is in abundance throughout Titane; it’s as dank and dark as the motor oil that leaks from Alexia throughout the film, with shades of J.G Ballard’s Crash thrown in for good measure. It also reminded me somewhat of Leos Carax’s masterpiece Holy Motors (2012) in the way it drags you into a story that isn’t possible in reality, but you don’t question it for a second while you’re in its embrace.

After enjoying Jane Campion’s Top Of The Lake TV series (2013-2017) as she offered her ample bow to television, I awaited her return to film with bated breath. It’s delightful to announce then, that The Power Of The Dog is an astonishing piece of filmmaking. It’s a real shame that it has such a short cinematic release before it opens on Netflix on 4th December, but by the same token, if it wasn’t for Netflix it may not have been made in the first place. Based on Thomas Savage’s 1967 novel of the same name, The Power Of The Dog takes place in Montana in 1925 (actually filmed entirely in New Zealand) as wealthy cattle rancher brothers Phil and George Burbank (Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons respectively) meet widow Rose (Kirsten Dunst) as she puts them up for the night during a cattle drive. After taking a liking to Rose, George soon marries her, bringing her and her son (Kodi Smit-McPhee) to live on the brothers’ ranch. Phil takes a hateful dislike to Rose, and subsequently her son after he arrives on holiday from college. The film is teeming with simmering tension; we’re unsure as to why exactly Phil’s contempt is so rife, at times you’re almost holding your breath at the uncomfortable nature of some of the scenes. Magnificently shot by Ari Wegner, with sweeping strokes of the plains wonderfully fused with some truly excellent close up shots to somehow create a feeling of claustrophobia amongst a wide-open setting. What also adds to this is the performance of the main quartet of actors; in my opinion this is the best thing I’ve seen Cumberbatch do, and he’s usually no slouch. His outright disdain is matched by the creepiness of Kodi Smit-McPhee, and as the two share more exclusive screen time as the film progresses, it’s impossible to read entirely what’s going on behind the eyes of either, leading to a terrific edginess to the second half of the film. Campion has produced something utterly engrossing, truly beautiful and genuinely gripping, also aided by a wonderful score by Johnny Greenwood (yes, him again). If you can see it on the big screen, I urge you to seek it out.

ENCANTO (2021)
Disney’s latest introduces us to the Madrigal’s, a special family who live in a magical house in the mountains of Colombia, a charmed place called the Encanto. The magic of the Encanto has blessed every child in the family with a unique gift; (super strength, the ability to talk with animals for example) every child that is, except our heroine Mirabel. However, as the house begins to lose its magic, and subsequently the families’ special powers, it becomes clear that Mirabel may be the families’ only hope. Encanto is filled with catchy songs written by Lin Manuel Miranda, a man who is in extraordinarily high demand these days, and these add tremendous charm to a warm tale of a family coming together to save their future. Encanto looks gorgeous, as usual Disney’s eye for detail is truly immersive, but Encanto does lack the excitement of this years true Disney classic, Raya And The Last Dragon. There’s a real lack of peril, and although that may sound a foolish thing to say of what is a film aimed mainly at children, it’s something that Raya And The Last Dragon achieved in spades. In the end, Encanto’s main crime may simply be that it’s release comes in the same year as Raya And The Last Dragon, I may well have be a bit more positive about it if the bar hadn’t been set so high by Disney early in 2021. But that’s not to say there’s not plenty to enjoy in Encanto, there absolutely is, and it’s a solid if not spectacular entry into the Disney franchise.

The most excruciating film of the year, Philip Barantini’s one take restaurant drama deserves all the plaudits it’s getting. Stephen Graham plays the head chef of a London restaurant, a man who’s struggling with personal problems that have begun to affect his work. Assisted by an excellent supporting cast, the film is one shot, for ninety odd minutes, meaning the trials and tribulations as the restaurant opens are all in real time. The stress of working in such a high pressure environment are portrayed brilliantly, beginning with a surprise visit from health and safety officer, and going downhill from there. I felt utter hatred for many of the customers, including a racist father of a family, and a truly deplorable quartet of ‘lads’, who after being told that steak and chips aren’t on the menu, threaten to post bad reviews on instagram, (a social format that holds far too much sway in real life) whilst filming the staff without any sort of permission. For such a high-class establishment, there is a lot of sub human scum in attendance; but the point being that this is what restaurant staff have to put up with on a daily basis. It’s no wonder Graham’s Andy feels the strain at work as well as out of it. It’s not just the customers at fault though; one or two slackers in the kitchen add to the drama, making it more difficult for those trying their hardest to produce their best. Boiling Point is gripping and grueling, and although you can read one or two plot contrivances in advance towards the end, for the most part this is highly impressive experiment that throws you right into the vortex of a working high class restaurant in the countries capital.

Diao Yinan follows up his Berlin Golden Bear win for Black Coal, Thin Ice (2014) with this stylish neo-noir thriller set in the remote fictional town of Wild Goose Lake. Zhou is a gangster, on the run from both his fellow mobsters and the police. We learn exactly why through lengthy flashback sequences that make up the bulk of the film after Zhou retells his story to a mysterious woman who has been apparently been sent to retrieve him by his once allies. Her exact motives remain unclear throughout, giving a terrific air of minimalistic tension to proceedings, as we also follow the story through the eyes of the gangsters and the police as the hunt for Zhou becomes a full-blown manhunt. There are some excellent set pieces, especially an early ‘competition’ between two opposing sets of the same gang to settle a score that was initiated from a bout of shocking violence during a supposedly peaceful meeting. The sheen is Nicolas Winding Refn-esque in its neon colour palette as well as its brutal violence, and interestingly enough the Refn film I found this one reminding me of the most was Only God Forgives (2013), a film that I didn’t have a particular amount of love for. The Wild Goose Lake is a more interesting and cohesive film than Only God Forgives, although it does perhaps lack some of the intrigue of Refn’s film. For the most part, Yinan marks himself out as a director of real talent; and that’s on top of his already prolific acting career. He played a central role in Zhangke Jia’s Ash Is Purest White, one of the best films of 2018, as well as being one of the best crime thrillers of recent years. The Wild Goose Lake owes a debt to that film, and although it never hits the heights of Jia’s masterpiece, Yinan does a great job of stamping his name onto the genre.
The Wild Goose Lake is available to stream on Mubi.

Don't forget our Christmas Party for members is fast approaching; come and join us at Coast on Monday 6th December at 7pm for some festive frivolity, as well as some food laid on by the good people of Pizzaface Worthing! And don't forget, quiz prizes donated by Bottle & Jug Dept. , Connaught Cinema and Dome Cinema , so come and chance your filmic knowldge to win!

If you're not already member you can come along and join on the night and gain access to the celebrations!
Members can also bring guests at £5 each on the door.
We'll see you there!

WFC, x

Worthing's first Craft Beer bottle shop and specialists in natural wines. Stocking English Wine, Real Cider, European beers and spirits. All Independently owned and operated.

Operating as usual


Looking for a great value white to celebrate that touch of Spring in the air then look no further 🌄🌱

This delicious Sicilian white is made from Catarratto, a native grape synonymous with Sicily. It's bright and fresh, bursting with lemon and citrus notes with a wonderfully aromatic bouquet 💐🍋

I think this little grape could be the next big thing. If you're tired of Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio give this a try. It will not disappoint 👊🏼

Oh yeah this one's also organic, vegan and made with very little sulfur. Meno means less, so it is all about less intervention and less environmental impact 🌍💚


Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 25/02/2022

⚠️ New Beers Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @cloakanddaggerbrewing

🍺 Constant Elevation 4.8% lager
🍺 Gigantic Antics 3.5% sour
🍺 Hop Hero Sabro 4.5% IPA

👅 Fresh new Cloak and Dagger from right here in Sunny Worthing. Suns out sessions beers aplenty with all the bases covered with this lot.

Did someone say Friday 🍻🍻🍻

Weekend 🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼

Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 24/02/2022

⚠️ New Beer Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @unbarredbrewery

🍺 Cold IPA 8.4%
🍻 Session Pale 4.8%

👅 UnBarred have dropped two new beers and we've got them. A cold IPA that drinks like a crisp Imperial lager, delicious. A session Pale, yep that right with juicy hazy hoppy goodness




10% off all wine today Worthing 🎉🎉🎉

Our weekly wine Wednesday offer is your opportunity to try some superb and with a nice chunky discount 🥂🥂🥂

So treat yourself to a little midweek treat or stock up ready for the weekend 🍷🍷🍷

Available in store and online 👊🏼👊🏼👊🏼

Cheers 😊

Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 19/02/2022

⚠️ New Beer Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @360degreebeer

🍺Hazy Table Beer 2.9%
🍺 Suss*x Haze DDH Pale 4.5%
🍺 All I Want is Summer 5% IPA

Three new beers in from Suss*x boys 360. Suss*x Haze is an old favourite and ticks all the boxes. A new Hazy Table beer brings all the juice for a sub 3% beer. Finally an English hopped IPA showcasing what modern brewing techniques can achieve with these flavours.

How's your weekend looking Worthing? Who fancies a beer then 🍻



Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 18/02/2022

⚠️ New Beer Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @thebeakbrewery

🍺 Loads of Beak greatness ready for the weekend, so hold onto your hats as these are going to knock your socks off. Pale's, IPA and that massive Imperial stout. If you need some storm supplies you won't find many better than these



Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 17/02/2022

⚠️ New Beer Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @phantombrewco

🍺 Feeling This 5% Pale Ale
🍺Shark Infested Daydreams 7% IPA
🍺 Just Deserts 8.2% Imperial Stout

👅 Three new beers from Reading brewery Phantom for you. A quality trio with their Blink 182 pale Feeling This a firm favourite. Big IPA vibes and a pastry Imperial stout finish the line up for all you haze heads and sweet toothed stout fans



Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 13/02/2022

⚠️ Sour Sunday Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @vaultcitybrewing

👅 Superb line up from those sour masters north of the border. Super Limited so you know the drill




We are delighted to announce that we are now selling the amazing @isleofharrisdistillers gin here at Bottle & Jug 🎉

Some of you may be aware that we have been a click and collect partner for some time. Well things have changed and we are now selling bottles of Isle of Harris directly to you 👅

We are one of a handful of UK retailers at this time as a thank you for being a click and collect partner. This multi award winning gin is one of the finest in the World and we are delighted to have it on the shelves 🏆

The perfect Valentine's gift for the gin lover in your life and a must for any gin afficionado



Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 09/02/2022

⚠️ New Beer Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @newbristolbrewery

🍺 Five new beers in from this fabulous Brizzle lot. A new pineapple and coconut sour, one for the Pina colada lovers. Two fantastic sessionable pales and the super espresso martini stout is back alongside a chocolate banana milk stout 🤘🏼




❤️ 10% off all Sparkling Wine this week ❤️

Treat the one you love to a bottle of fizz this Valentine's with 10% off our entire range from through to and everything in-between

❤️ Use the code LOVEBUZZ online ❤️


Get Six Nations ready with this awesome @lostpierbrewing mini keg offer 🏉

5 litres of brewery fresh beer which is roughly 8 and a half pints perfect for today's big double header 🍻

Limited kegs available so don't delay and get the ruggers beers in ready for what could be one of the most tightly contested competitions in years 🏆

Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 04/02/2022

⚠️ New Beer ⚠️

⚙️ @merakai_brewing

🍺 Three Little Birds 3.8%

🍻 Don't forget to hydrate 1.2%

👅 Two new low abv but full flavour pale ales from top local guys Merakai. Lower abv has definitely been the taste of 2022 so far and when they taste as good as this then I can't see anything changing



Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 03/02/2022

⚠️ New Beers ⚠️

⚙️ @littlemonsterbrew

🍺 Back and Forth NEIPA 6.4%
🍻 Takk Table Beer 3.4%

👅 New NEIPA features some of the top hops of 2021 in Strata and Idaho 7. What's not to love about this one. Awesome table beer Takk is back, one of the OG sub 4% beers that turned my head to lower abv beers



Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 02/02/2022

I'm here to tell you that great wine doesn't have to cost the earth 🌍

Here are my top 5 reds for under £15 from the shelves of Bottle & Jug Dept. 🤘🏼

1. Lo Petit Fantet d'Hippolyte

Long time shop favourite this Languedoc blend is a packed with raspberry and Kirsch notes. Big on alc but super light and refreshing

2. Ciu Ciu Rosso Piceno

Montepulciano and Sangiovese blend from the Marche region. Juicy morello cherry and a hint of liquorice. Classic table red

3. Gran Cerdo Tempranillo

This young unoaked Rioja is a staple of every natural wine shop. It's fresh and fruity style just begs you to keep pouring. Delicious

4. Cedre Heritage Cahors

A crowd pleasing Malbec from its ancestral heartland. Plum, blueberry and cassis notes abound in this juicy banger of a wine

5. Alessandrino Rosso

This Barbera blend is made by a wine co-op in Piemonte. Ripe cherries with great acidity and a smoky and gamey finish.

Drinking better wine starts here. Get 10% off every Wednesday with our offer 🥂

Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 01/02/2022

⚠️ New Beers ⚠️

I'm keeping this short now but that's nothing to do with the beers on offer as these deserve a serious amount of attention

@pastorebrewing have become a personal favourite and it seems you lot love them too. This batch of incredible sours sees collaboration with the likes of @vaultcitybrewing and @littlepomona

If you love sour beer then get your lips around these, you won't be disappointed


Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 29/01/2022

⚠️ New Beer Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @brewyorktaproom

🍺 Born Under Peaches 4.7%
🍺 Twisted Transistor 7.1%
🍺 Rodney, You Tonka 5.5%

👅 You guys have been loving the sours of late so here we have three superb new offerings from the excellent Brew York. A straight up Sour IPA, Peach Tea and finally an Amaretto sour.




Super Limited Availability 🎉

We've got two bottles of each of these @tapandbeerhall spirits just in time for some weekend fun times 🤘🏼

Based on two of their best selling beers they have created these great bottles. There is the Rhubarbra Streisand rhubarb and custard gin and the Tonkoko Rum 🥥🥃🍸

Treat yourself this weekend with one of these superb bottles 😍

Photos from Bottle & Jug Dept.'s post 27/01/2022

⚠️ New Beer Alert ⚠️

⚙️ @arbor.ales

🍺 Sean of the Red 5.1%
🍻 Extra Special Bluesky 6%

👅 Couple of different styles in from the excellent Arbor. We've got a juicy American red and a brilliant full strength bitter. Need a break from the juicy hop bombs? These two will hit the spot for sure




Getting tired of being lied to?

Anyone that has to claim on their bottles or marketing to be edgy or punk is usually anything but 👎🏼

Just look at the recent revelations around a certain large craft beer brand 🤬

Sticking pictures of former convicts on your bottle doesn't make you an outsider. It's what goes into the bottle and the ethos of the winemaker that makes a rebel 😉

Those taking on the established order don't do it for self promotion. They do it because it's the right thing to do, it's all they know 🖤

If you want to support winemakers taking on the establishment and shaking things up then choosing small Indy natural wines is the way to go 🤘🏼

They don't need a marketing team to create a story about their brand, the wines do that for them. There is nothing to hide and they don't need to pretend to be anything they're not 😎

What do you want the wine you drink to say about you? 🤔


The Bottle and Jug Dept.

Thank you for visiting the page for the Bottle and Jug Dept. in Worthing. We have created this business to share our love for quality drinks, whether that be real ales or biodynamic wines from all over the globe. Our mission is to bring something new and exciting to the people of Worthing, giving them greater choice when it comes to their favourite tipple.

If you are tired of the usual table plonk or limited craft beer range at your local supermarket then we are the people to speak to. We aim to stock some of the best beers, wines and spirits that we can source, seeking to do something a little different from the norm. Whether you are seeking out the latest craft beer collaboration or are someone looking for that special bottle of wine for an occasion, we aim to please.

The Bottle and Jug Dept. is all about inclusiveness and a desire to share our passion for quality with our customer. It doesn’t matter if you do not know your Burgundy from your Bordeaux or your sour from your saison; we are here to help you choose the right product based on what you like.

Our wines are mainly from low intervention and natural producers who either practice or are certified as organic and/or biodynamic. Naturally produced wines use grapes that have been grown without the use of chemical pesticides and little or no sulfur is added during the wine making process. Many people are sensitive to the chemicals used in commercial wine making without realising, and can have a reaction to them. We believe the wines we sell have a much cleaner and more natural style that accurately reflects the terroir of their region and the natural flavour of the grapes used.

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