Brick Brewery

Bars and pubs, Breweries Peckham Rye
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A Peckham Rye micro-brewery supplying local bars, pubs, restaurants and delis. There's a tap room open Friday evenings and Saturday afternoons and evenings, and there are some special events, too. 


Venue name: Brick Brewery
Address: Arch 209
Blenheim Grove
SE15 4QL
Transport: Rail: Peckham Rye
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Slide out of Peckham Rye station, take a right, scoot past the delicious Peckham Refreshment Rooms and Honest Burger, whilst dodging the tumble-weave in the street from the copious salons of Peckham and the first railway arch you come to houses a little secret.

Once you walk through the bum's paradise and past the huddled groups sipping Brick Brewery's home brew around a bin fire (bring a coat to this bar as the whole thing is outside) you'll find at the back to the left of the small, cash-only bar (nearest cash point is the Santander by Peckham Plex cinema) there is a doorway revealing a sneak peek of the huge sliver beer ships (yes, that's a technical term...) used to brew some of London's finest craft beers and ales.  Make your selection from the board behind the bar, grab your cash and swap it for a glass full of amber/golden/brown/red/black liquid, with or without fizz as you prefer, find yourself a spot amongst the locals and warm your hands by the fire.

If you're lucky, you can grab a burger from delicious barbeque run by SlowRichies, or maybe you'll end up meeting some new people around the fire.  Ghost stories are optional, but overall Brick Brewery is thoroughly recommended. 

Best craft beer in South London! Beer is made with passion in a warm and friendly environment.


One of my preferred bars from under the railway arches.  It’s literally what you expect: craft beer supplied from Brick Brewery.  Modest in its attire, the bar is a few wooden tables and chairs, complemented with some tasty finger food from a van.  It’s worth noting the micro-brewery only opens weekends, don’t fall into the trap I did and walk into every MOT centre under the arches on a Tuesday evening looking for the elusive bar you swore did exist.

One of my favourite places to be come rain or shine. A fantastic selection of beer on tap and by the bottle. And what can be fresher than from the brewery itself! These range from a 4% IPA session beer up to an 8% Stout(Half pints only I'm afraid!). Lovely staff and a great atmosphere, along with great food from Slowrichies in the yard. 

I can't emphasise enough how tasty the food here is. The Hog is my personal favourite (Slow cooked pork belly with crackling and homemade apple sauce - yum!). The Beef, The Beet are the other mainstays alongside seasonal additions (Easter, St Georges day specials!).

One thing to note is that this IS outside, there are a number of heaters but bring a jacket - for the next few months at least!


A super addition to Peckham Rye's drinking scene just round from the station (before you get to Bar Story). Unpretentious (for a craft beer place!) with a good range of beers, as well as ciders. £1 deposit for the glasses. Pop up food available too. Closes at 10pm.

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what better than leaving the train station & straight into beer heaven