Camden Town Brewery.
Camden Town Brewery have been making beer beneath railway arches in Camden since 2010.
Inspired by the great beers of Germany and America, they make a lager, wheat beer and US-style pale ale, plus a hoppy nitro stout, called Camden Ink.
Watch out for regular single-release beers.
Camden Town Brewery History
The story properly starts in the 1960s. Patricia McLaughlin inherits a brewery and pub estate in her early twenties – it's McLaughlin's, or Mac's, based in Rockhampton, Australia. Unable to manage the brewery she decides to sell it. One of Patricia's children, Jasper Cuppaidge, moves to London, eventually opening a pub, the Horseshoe in Hampstead. For Patricia's 50th birthday Jasper recreates Mac's beer in the cellar of the pub and continues brewing there until 2010. Then, moving up out of the cellar and into railway arches in Camden Town, the new brewery is born and we've been making beer here since.
The best city in the world deserves the best beer and now it's right here.