New Tap Room & Shop
January & February 2017 Opening Times
Thursday - Saturday 10am to 5pm, Closed Sunday - Wednesday
Come along and visit our new Tap Room & Shop. Stop by for minicasks, bottles, gifts and brewery merchandise.
18 and 36 Pint containers are available for click-and-collect. Pre-order 36 hours in advance.
After the brewery has relocated from Crockham Hill to Westerham in March the opening hours of the Tap Room & Shop will be extended.
Address: Westerham Valley, Beggars Lane, Westerham, TN16 1QP. Click here for a map
Brewery Fresh Beer - Ready to Drink
We have 3 beers as Brewery Fresh Beer served straight from our new 1000L tanks. 9 pint Minicasks of Brewery Fresh Beer will keep up to 6 weeks if stored at 10-15ºC unopened but should be consumed within 5-7 days once opened. 18 Pint Minipins and 36 Pint Polypins are available and should be consumed within 5-7 days. No need to settle - just set up and serve. Click here for the beers available today.
Delivery direct to your home
We can deliver our hand crafted beers to you by three routes:
- Click & Collect from the new Tap Room & Shop or one of our pubs, The Royal Oak in Crockham Hill, Edenbridge
- Home Delivery by our own vans to any address within 30 miles of the Brewery
Delivery by third party courier to all UK addresses except the Scottish Highlands and Islands, the Channel Islands and Northern Ireland. For full details click here.
Established in 2004, Westerham Brewery is proud to bring brewing back to the historic town of Westerham. With a rich brewing heritage, Westerham can once again be proud of locally brewed, top quality craft beer.
Producing exceptional crafted beers for the local market, we support the initiative to reduce food miles in the supply chain. Many ‘national brands’ are transported long distances and suffer from poor storage and handling.
Locally sourced, our malt and hops are chosen with skill and care to produce ales with a distinct yet traditional flavour. The local hard water, which percolates through the Lower Greensand Ridge to the south of Westerham, is excellent for brewing ales such as the IPA for which Westerham was once famous.
We have revived some of the beer styles of the old brewery which closed in 1965 and brew all our beers with the yeast strains that may have been used for over 200 years.
We look forward to hearing from you about your experiences of our craft beer.
Founder and Head Brewer