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Camden Town Brewery opens new Beer Hall

London's Camden Town Brewery has opened the doors to its new food and drink venue, the Camden Beer Hall. 

Combining fresh beer and fresh food, the beer hall boasts 24 taps on the bar serving up fan favourites from the Camden range as well as exclusive limited-edition brews.

British chef Theo Randall has curated the venue's menu to match the beers on offer, with dishes that fuse traditional beer hall cuisine with classic Italian cooking. 

For the first time, Camden is also making its ‘Beer School’ experience available to a greater audience. Beer hall guests will be able to brush up on their beer knowledge over a brewery tour, chat with the brewing team, and experience a beer tasting. Taking place monthly, Camden is set to reveal further details via its new Camden Beer Hall social channel.

Guests are also able to take home a 'crowler' can, containing 0.9L of a beer from Camden's core range or the innovative Arch 55 range, freshly filled from the taps.

Jasper Cuppaidge, founder of Camden Town Brewery, said: "After years of dreaming of our perfect beer destination, we’re so excited to welcome guests down to the Camden Beer Hall. There are so many great new ideas that make our Beer Hall awesome, and we know that our Camden fans are going to absolutely love it.

"One thing we can’t wait for customers to get stuck into is our Camden Beer School. We’ve been offering these sessions internally for years and they’re always loads of fun, so we recommend giving them a go if you’re interested in what makes our fresh, never pasteurised beers taste so special every time."

The Camden Beer Hall is open at the original home of Hells in Wilkin Street Mews.

18 June 2021 - Bethany Whymark