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Bexley Brewery
50 ratings
Bexley Brewery
England

Poor, bereft Bexley didn't have a brewery until the Indian summer of 2014, when the aptly-named Bexley Brewery emerged from the Erith mudflats. The beer brewed here is along traditional British lines, with BOB (Bexley's Own Beer), a 4.2 per cent pale ale, and Redhouse (also 4.2) being the first to emerge from the hutch. The latter is named after the nearby former home of William Morris, a leading member of the Arts and Crafts movement in the 19th century.

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Reviews

Post author: Decius
Decius
3 months ago
3.0
Gotta love a Porter

Post author: Thomas S
Thomas S
@ Macknade fine foods
3 months ago
2.0
Good beer not as rich as I anticipated. Good tho.

Post author: O'Brien S
O'Brien S
@ The Anchor
9 months ago
3.0
Slightly sour, caramel in there somewhere. Somewhat underwhelming.

Post author: Rick
Rick
11 months ago
2.5
Drinkable Ruby bitter. Not great depth in flavour, but a simple enjoyable malty ale.

Post author: Gavin W
Gavin W
@ The Black Horse
1 year ago
3.0