Sure, the summer's drawing to a close and it already feels pretty wintery out there. Well, bring on Autumn, we say, because with it comes a whole host of great beer festivals.
Wouldn't it be great if all your social engagements could be planned out in advance, by someone else, so you could cut out all the 'organising stuff' and just get down to the serious business of drinking beer and having fun? Well they can, dear reader, they can.
Okay so it's rare that we write about a non-beer event but we had to make an exception just this once. Our favourite ever design and graphic arts fair, Pick Me Up London, is on and you have to go. Really.
Recently, we've been spending a lot of time in Sweden. Not just because we like their design, culture, food and incredibly good looking and polite populace, but because we sell our beer there.
It's this Saturday! Yup, just a few short days 'til the Brewery Bar will be being invaded by the Guerrilla Eats gang, a load of foodie Northerners keen to show our stomachs a good time, Manchester style.
This year, we are going to the pub more than ever before. Actually, not just pubs – bars, bottle stores, restaurants, festivals and markets too. Our mission? To spread the good word about what we do at Camden, and buy a few rounds too.
This past Saturday we launched our South Town Red Ale collaboration with Adnams. The weather was unseasonably – and unfeasibly – warm as we welcomed this single batch cask ale into the world. See the pictures here.
Here's a little preview of what our Camden Lock Market bar is going to look like... just add a couple of friendly barmen and a whole lot of beer! We'll be serving up Hells, Pale and Ink on draft plus a selection of take-away treat such as Hells Can Fridge Packs and the elusive Beer 2013 Tripel, right from this our pop-up stall slap bang in the Middle Yard of the Lock Market.
Colour us excited because our can party is coming up this Saturday! The party will take place at the Brewery from 12-6pm and is open to anyone (and family friendly) – so just turn up. We'll have Texas Joe spinning records, all our beers on the bar plus plenty of cans of Hells.
We’re throwing some kegs on the train and heading north this weekend for IndyManBeerCon, joining some of the best breweries in Britain and Europe in one of the most spectacular venues for a beer event we’ve ever been to – Grade 2 listed Victorian Baths. Here's what we'll be bringing...