Our barrel aged end of year beer
No substitutions, no switches, breakfast will be served as listed. Smooth, dark, subtly sweet.
Kicking off our single hopped lager series with Jarrylo - Named after the Slavic god of fertility.
Packed full of hops, it's light and crisp with a bitterness that keeps you wanting more.
Aged in tequila, rum, coniac + bourbon barrels. Deep, nutty + sweet, like a peacan pie with a shot of whisky.
Ready to celebrate Oktoberfest - this beer was brewed at a higher gravity of 13.5 to create a clean, crisp finish.
Our pals from over the pond at Stone & Wood came over to create this Aussie-Hopped Lager! With juicy tropical aromas pair it with your BBQ on a sunny day!
It's IHL but with six months in Bourbon and Tequila barrels. Rich but refreshing.
A Camden Town Brewery, Beavertown + Garage Project collaboration. It's summer in a glass.
Our classic Hells Lager recipe with loads of hand picked strawberries making for a crisp, sharp finish.
Starting dark, but finishing light. It's lager but different.
Together with our pals at Beavertown, we've taken their Gamma Ray recipe and brewed a lager with it, throwing in a few extra hops for fun.
Containing 90kg of real baked pumpkin as cooked by the whole Camden Town Brewery team, just in time for Halloween.
A black lager with the hop profile of an IPA, brewed with our Swedish pals at Mohawk Brewery
A collaboration with two of our favourite London breweries, the Kernel and Partizan. Tangy, herbal + sweet.
The hoppy guts of an IPA, quadruple dry-hopped with dark roasted malts.
Made with our Swedish home-away-from-home, the Flying Elk, it's a pale hoppy ale fermented with a Belgian yeast strain.
Here's a Belgian take on the black stuff brewed with our friends from Brouwerij De Brabandere.
The beer that inspired our India Hells Lager. We didn't want to let this one go. Big + bold + citrusy.
Combining the hops from an awesome supplier in the Alsace region of France with a Düsseldorf Altbier style.
A Camden take on Odell's Cutthroat porter - same malts, same hops but brewed as a lager.
We did an Italian job on this German classic, with help from our mates Birrificio Italiano, Birra Del Borgo and Brewfist.
Pete's 8.1% Double IPA brewed with Centennial, Citra, Amarillo and Cascade. Deeply hopped and fruity.
It’s a resurrection of a London Pale Ale recipe from 1908, the year of the first Olympics in the city.
Hells Lager and Modus Hoperandi combined into one super beer. HOPS HOPS HOPS.
This takes our classic lager and slams Stateside hops at it. Juicy, citrus and fresh.
Our beers are stocked in bars, shops, pubs, clubs and restaurants across the land. If you want to track down your nearest pint, here’s a few hints on how to hunt for your favourite.Find beer
Christmas, holidays, just because we feel like it, these are the beers that are around for a while and occasionally make a return.The Occasional Beers