Quiet and largely undeveloped, Brewer’s Bay Beach is the reward for people brave enough to drive down one of the two steep roads that plummet from Tortola’s Ridge Road  into Brewer’s Bay. A long, straight beach with fine white sand, Brewer’s Bay attracts a pleasing cross-section of residents and tourists. Located between two long fingers of land, the bay is protected and the water is usually very calm. A shallow, sandy shelf extends a long way from the beach, making this an ideal beach for swimming and water play. Snorkelers should head to the western end of the bay and explore along the rocky shore. Watch out for sea urchins among the rocks.
On the land, development has been limited to a campground, and a grove of coconut and sea grape trees provides plenty of shade. A casual beach bar on the western end of the bay sells drinks, hot dogs, hamburgers, and snacks.