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Bewdley Brewery

Unit 7, Lax Lane, Bewdley, Worcestershire DY12 2DZ https://www.bewdleybrewery.co.uk

visited by Wakefield CAMRA, Saturday 21 September 2019


Bewdley Brewery was established in 2008 in a Victorian school building (see pumpclip for Old School Bitter https://www.bewdleybrewery.co.uk/beer ) and produces a range of six regular cask ales and a greater number of bottled beers, many for the Severn Valley Railway.

The spacious tap room is found to the rear of the building and is adorned with old railway and breweriana items that set a comfortable historical atmosphere.

  The brewhouse is located at the far end of the former school, and is accessed from the car park. The fermenters are located through flexible plastic doors to the right. They can be viewed through a window from the brewery tap. One of the five may be reserved for bottom fermentation of a lager.
  The brewery's logo is the famous Thomas Telford bridge over the River Severn.

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