Pint Please Logo
Apple app store logoGoogle play store logo
Brockley Brewery
16 ratings
Brockley Brewery
England

Much of London's best beer can be found along the 'Ginger Line', that part of the London Overground that uses the old East London Line tracks (and more besides). It's no surprise, then, to find a brewery in Brockley, even if the beer is somewhat more traditional than much of what's swigged in pubs to the north of this South-east London neighbourhood. Pale, one of the first two beers produced in Harcourt Road, won't scare the horses - it's an old-school bitter, plain and simple.

Is this your brewery?
Register your brewery for FREE and be in control how you are presented in Pint Please!
Register your brewery

Reviews

Post author: Julle
Julle
@ The Brookmill
7 months ago
3.4
Really similar to pale ale maybe little more hoppy. Pie was good not great but proper home food. 🍻😋

Post author: Marko Koo
Marko Koo
@ The Brookmill
7 months ago
4.2
Nice real ale again. Wouldn't recognize as an IPA, but it went nicely with an english pie.

Post author: Miikka
Miikka
@ The Brookmill
7 months ago
3.6
Smooth easy pale ale. Real ale! Lovely English pub🤩

Post author: Julle
Julle
@ The Brookmill
7 months ago
3.8
First Pint in London and real ale of course from local brewery. Mild aroma with a hint of citrus and malty. Taste really English 👍🍻

Post author: Marko Koo
Marko Koo
@ The Brookmill
7 months ago
4.7
Quite mild taste, but very smooth and pleasant. I like it.

Post author: Tom W
Tom W
@ The Ivy House
11 months ago
4.1
Nice

Post author: Tariq H
Tariq H
3 years ago
4.0
Light, crisp with a smooth refreshing taste...perfect with a cheeky curry!

Post author: Stuart A
Stuart A
@ The Hovelling Boat Inn
4 years ago
3.5
Dark ruby ale, unfined, slight soapy head, fruity aroma. First taste, slight maltiness, fruit, floral hoppy bitterness. Not a bad pint!

Post author: Dartford Dave
Dartford Dave
@ Oddbins Beer Shop, Blackheath
4 years ago
4.0
A refreshing Session IPA. Quite fruity and hoppy, recommended.