After ten years of service, the Camden Town Brewery is getting a little lager.
The brewery and taproom under the arches of Kentish Town West railway station has now closed its doors until Summer 2020, when it’ll emerge from its chrysalis as a huge new beer hub.
They’ll be extending the taproom, with tables and chairs sprawling onto the mews outside. They’ll also be installing a 50-seater restaurant – no word on the chef yet, but they’ll probably follow the tried and tested formula of fellow brewers like Hackney Church Brew Co. and bus in somebody hot on the residency circuit.
Beyond that, they’ll also be creating a new, ‘immersive’ brewery tour – which, presumably means you’ll be drinking at some point.
Sounds like you’ll be going through Hells.
NOTE: Camden Town Brewery’s new site will be opening sometime this summer – we’ll be back with more details when we hear them. In the meantime, a pop up bar will be operating there from 1st March, as well as brewery tours. You can find out more HERE.
Camden Town Brewery | 55-59 Wilkin Street Mews, London, NW5 3NN
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