Set to make even more beers, Camden Town Brewery is readying to open the doors to a brand new brewing facility in Enfield this July.
Costing a pretty penny at £30m, the new 50,000+sqft environmentally friendly site is the largest investment in London’s brewing industry for three decades, enabling the north London brewery to keep up with ever-increasing demand for its delicious beer.
A hop, skip and a jump from its home in Kentish Town, the new Enfield site will brew all of Camden’s core beers including Camden Hells, Camden Pale Ale, Gentleman’s Wit, Camden Pils Lager, IHL Lager and Ink Stout.
The new brewhouse will have capacity to scale production to 400,000HL/year, with weekend tours to the public, a beer school and a steel bar in the middle of the brewery. It will also be entirely carbon neutral, with a solar panel roof and an energy efficient brewing system.
'The railway arches in Kentish Town will remain the heart and soul of Camden Town Brewery, but our expansion to Enfield allows us to increase our capacity so ultimately we can bring great beer to more people,' said Jasper Cuppaidge, founder and CEO of Camden Town Brewery.
'It’s a phenomenal opportunity to extend into another north London community and to be a part of the impressive redevelopment that’s taking place in Enfield. We can’t wait to open our doors!'
Fancy checking it out? Camden Town Brewery will be opening its doors to the public on 8 July, with an all-day celebration with live music, pop-up restaurants, talks and performance, brewery tours, and of course lots of beer.