Here's a beer that's from Essex, in case you couldn't tell. Ian Dury would surely be chuffed to know that Billericay Dickie is the new beer from Billericay Brewing. It's made in a microbrewery just behind Waitrose and according to Billericay Brewing's 'Clever' Trevor Jeffrey, Billericay Dickie is "doing very well".
As for texture, it's not a bleedin' thickie, but is best taken lying on the couch with a nice bit of posh from Burnham-on-Crouch. It's available in Billericay Brewing's shop and selected pubs in Billericay have it on as a guest ale, such as the Coach and Horses, the Railway and the Hoop at Stock. It's also recommended by Joyce and Vicky and might be ideal for a rendezvous with Janet.