The Camden Town Brewery makes local London beers and serves them at the brewery bar. The range includes lager, pale ale, stout and limited edition beers.
Find out more about the brewing process by booking a behind the scenes brewery tour.
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Camden Town Brewery
55 Wilkin Street Mews,Kentish Town,Camden Town,London NW5 3NN,UKNW5 3NN
- +44 20 7485 1671
Amazing brewery and brewpub just a few minutes walk from Camden town. MUST get here at least once. I tasted 3 of their beers and found them simply amazing, probably some of the best among the local scene. You can feel the brand of the company grow, they're really smart and market oriented. They also got a wood oven for pizza! Enjoy this wonderful hop ride.more
Firstly.... I love this beer!!! It's great it's appearing in more London bars and even a few places outside the city. Living in Camden I guess makes me a bit more of a sucker for something named after the town I've adopted as my own (although the brewery is in Kentish Town).
The brewery is almost hidden behind Kentish Town west overground station, I haven't been on the tour, although I would...more
If london hells beer is what ur looking for, look no further. Nestled in between the station, flats and a bike shop, u will find this charming little brewery. Walk into a matchbox world of red and yellow colours. The bar makes u feel that ur either at a barn or in a distorted movie.
We unfortunately did not attend for the tour. I have been on a few beer tours and do enjoy getting to the...more
As a huge lager lover a little lost in London's ale culture, I am a massive fan of this place! The lagers are really well done, and there is a good range to satisfy everyone's taste.
It's worth joining their club on the website, so when a new beer is introduced, you can purchase a take home pitcher of it for a special discounted price. Generally, the take home pitchers are a great idea, and...more
I've been acquainted with the Camden Town Brewery bar ever since it first opened its doors to Kentish Town- this predates some rebranding and the now ubiquitous availability of Camden Town beer in bars across London. Little has changed since then in terms of the layout and space of the bar- everything is stripped back and there's never enough seating due to its popularity. It's admittedly due...more