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Never Pasteurised Lager








Perle & hallertauer tradition

Unfiltered Hells Lager

Live and unplugged in Camden

If Hells is our studio album, all slick finish and crisp sounds, then Unfiltered Hells is our live album. We leave the yeast in for a full bodied beer that’s just that little bit louder, bigger and real, man.

We don’t need no pasteurisation.
Most lager is pasteurised. Ours isn’t.
We like it better that way.
Why? Look it up and find it out.
(Hint: it’s why our beer tastes so FRESH.)

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Camden Unfiltered Hells Lager

Local beer. For everyone.

Old-school German breweries make unfiltered versions of their lagers, just for the locals. They call it kellerbier (cellar beer). We do the same thing, as you’ll only find this beer on tap at our Brewery Bar.

Camden Unfiltered Hells Lager

Yeast worth hanging on to.

Filtration is useful: it removes the yeast to make beer clear, crisp and stable. For something a bit different, we forget about the filter and keep hold of the yeast.

Camden Unfiltered Hells Lager

Some say cloudy, we prefer hazy

That yeast left in the beer makes it taste smoother and more full-bodied. It grips hold of more hop flavour, giving satisfying depth. Your beer won’t be clear, but it will be tasty.

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