Banbury's first micropub opened in February 2017. There is always a couple of ever-changing gravity dispensed beers available with some key-keg beers to provide a range of styles. Cider is available direct from the polypin.
This welcoming micropub is an oasis for the real ale drinker which serves a selection of five ever changing real ales sourced mainly from Kentish breweries. The beers are served straight from the cask from a temperature-controlled room. With seating for around 18 people the well-considered layout makes the most of the small interior.
New small bar which opened in November 2018. Beer No Evil is a craft beer shop and taproom serving delicious beers to drink in and takeaway from their fridges and four ever-changing taps. They also serve a house red and white wine and two ciders.
Launched August 2016, taking over premises from the now closed Late Knights brewery. Usually on offer are two changing real ales and two ciders on handpump and ten varying keg beers on tap. Real ales and ciders are dispensed from five unbadged handpumps on the bar counter.
Small but perfectly formed bar in one of the wooden huts on the pier. Wine and spirits also available and food can be bought from other huts and eaten in the large open seating area. Some very cosy seating inside too.
Bird & Barrel
100 Barnehurst Road Bexleyheath Greater London DA7 6HG