Camden Town Brewery's Home Is Getting Bigger And Better

Harry Rosehill
By Harry Rosehill Last edited 14 months ago

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Camden Town Brewery's Home Is Getting Bigger And Better
Expanded Camden Town Brewery

Camden Town Brewery is going back to where it all began. Camden.

Technically it's the borough of Camden. When Camden Town Brewery began back in 2010, it was in the arches underneath Kentish Town West Station, rather than Camden Town. Now that pedantry is all out of the way, let's talk about what's happening.

The brewery is becoming a 'food and drink destination', which means a 50-seat restaurant, an extended taproom, a merch shop, outdoor eating and drinking, and a new brewery tour experience.

Not only will the venue serve the Camden Town classics, Pale, Lager and Gentleman's Wit, it will also be home to some of the rarer beers that you won't find in every other pub in London.

To allow for the changes, the current venue has closed until alterations are completed this summer. However, there will be a pop-up bar open from 1 March, offering brewery tours to die-hard fans. There's also Camden Town's much bigger brewery up in Enfield (definitely nowhere near Camden), which occasionally opens for special events.

Last Updated 13 February 2020

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