Bexley Brewery


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 (not really). 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.