Bewdley Brewery was established in 2008 in the heart of the Worcestershire countryside, set alongside the picturesque River Severn. The last brewery in Bewdley was opened by John Payne in 1880. It was called the Severnside Brewery and Beer House, and the last head brewer was William Mucklow. The brewery ceased production in 1912. With the aim to rekindle beer production in the area, owners Ian Wilson, David Carr and Tim Wilkins were determined to leave their mark on the town after setting up their own brewery on the site of the old primary school which closed in the 60s. Today, they have successfully built a brewery and a brand with a large and loyal following, creating a range of outstanding traditional beers!
Bewdley Brewery is a multi award winning family owned business which was established in 2008. It continues to expand gradually.
Our 10 barrel plant produces 2880 pints per brew. We can brew up to five times per week, and so have the capacity to produce approaching three quarters of a million pints per year. We use the very best raw materials to produce high quality beers of varying strengths, colours and most importantly taste. We believe in keeping it local and that’s why Worcestershire hops are used as much as possible.
We have a standard range of six cask beers which are available all year round together with seasonal specials. We also have a range of 12 bottled beers.
Many of our beers contain less than 10 parts per million of gluten and therefore can be considered gluten free.