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
Nice place to drink, especially in the summer (more outdoor than indoor seating), with a really good tour. If you do go for a tour, it's worth it as it's interesting and you get three cans during and a half pint at the end of Camden's finest! The tour guide was cool and funny and let us have some souvenir cans straight out the packaging area! Would make a good pencil holder or talking point to...more
Lots of outdoor seating, which is nice in the "summer". Had the wit and flue smoked lager. The wit was a fruity wheat beer. The flue was really smokey, kind of like a lapsang.
Good spot. Always have a nice range of Camden's core beers on keg and usually at least one seasonal or one-off. Prices are fair. Staff is always friendly though not always super efficient. Nice ambiance but the crowds can get a bit intense in the evening. They often have food trucks parked outside the tap room to provide sustenance. Definitely worth a visit, though try to make it in the...more
Big fan of the Camden Town Brewery. Seeing as it's made in house it's not expensive and incredibly tasty. The decor is amazing and new and relevant. The tour of the brewery was fantastic and insightful which went through all the processes of how beer is made and showed everything from the brewing to the packaging. All in all it was a fantastic experience with lovely people. Also there are food...more
I love this place a functioning brewery of surprisingly large proportions it manages to combine decent beer (as you'd expect) with ever changing street food. This brewery stands out from many other breweries in London as it specialises in lager rather than just doing the standard pale ale, porter and session ale. It also often does collaborative beers with other breweries from around the...more