The Safe Stuff
On-top of our regular Brewery Tour safety measures, we’ve added a few extra steps to ensure the safety of both you and our Beer Team.
Our team will deep cleaning between each tour session, and PPE will be provided and mandatory throughout your tour.
TRACK AND TRACE
As per the UKGov Track and Trace requirements, everyone will be required to sign up via a QR code upon entry.
Our Pop-Up Bar will also be open to the public every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Read all about it here.
Inside the brewhouse, staff and visitors must keep a 1m distance during the tour, using the face shield covering provided or Camden safety goggles and your own mask.
During the tasting you’ll be seated 1m apart without face covering (so you can try all the beers).
Smaller tour groups
The maximum tour group size is 6 people from the same household, to comply with UK GOV tier restrictions.
Clear Safety instructions
All tour attendees will receive a safety briefing at the start of their tour, and PPE and hand sanitizer is freely available throughout and encouraged to use by staff and visitors.
New Tour Times
We’ve reduced the amount of tours per day, to minimise contact between staff and visitors and maximise efficient time for cleaning. We now have table service and a one-way system across the mews for our Pop-Up Bar.
How do I book a tour?
You can buy a ticket here. There’s limited space, so don’t hang about!
They cost from £20 per person and we host them on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. We’ll release new tours mid-month, for the following month. You can buy a tour voucher too if you cannot see the date you’d like to come available yet.
A magical tour around our brew house, the freshest beer straight from the tank, a beer tasting with our Tour Champion of our full beer range, a Camden Town Brewery tour pin badge and a few pints on us afterwards.
How long does a tour last?
Our brewery tours last around 1½ hours. When it comes to making our lagers and talking about beer, we don’t like to rush.
If you’d like to stay and enjoy a beer at our Pop-Up Bar after, you’ll have a table booked for 1.5 hours to enjoy a beer on us. If you’d like to stay longer - please speak to the bar team.
Can I have a beer in your bar before/after my tour?
Things are a bit different at the moment. We can seat you 30mins prior on your tour table to enjoy a beer (on us!) and we’ll reserve you a table for an hour and half after your tour. If you’d like to stay longer please book a table.
We have closed our Brewery Bar, and have opened our socially distanced Pop-Up Bar & Beer Shop, where you can book tables of up to 6 people from the same household. Read all about it here.
So can I come for a beer before/after?
Yes, beforehand you can enjoy a beer so long as there is a table available - no need to book.
Afterwards you’ll have a table to enjoy a beer and some food if you like too.
WHAT TO WEAR
On the tour - please wear closed toe shoes and fully cover your legs. Our bar is outside, so dress for the weather! It’s a bit chilly in the brew house, so remember to wrap up.
I can only see one ticket available for the date I want?
That simply means there is only one ticket left for the tour on that date.
To ensure we can safely stick to social distancing guidelines, we’ve reduced the group size on tours to 6 people.
What if the date I want to attend isn’t on the drop down list?
We’re really sorry but it probably means it’s sold out. Our tours tend to sell out a few weeks in advance so it’s worth booking ahead if you can.
Can I bring my kids/dog?
So we can keep everyone safe, our tours are for 18+ only, with no pets allowed inside the brewhouse. Dogs are allowed in the bar if you book in for beers though.
Do you do gift vouchers?
Yes! You can buy a voucher online here. They have one year to be redeemed and are digital, so perfect for a gift.
Is there a cloakroom?
Whilst you are on your tour, we have a safe place to lock your coats and any small bags you have.
What if I need a refund?
If it’s more than 48 hours before the tour, then we can refund your tickets. If it’s after that, then unfortunately we won’t be able to do so.