London craft brewer Camden Town is to open a new bar with an offer focused on draft beer, canned brews and kebabs.
The new venue, called Camden's Daughter, is set to open mid-November close to the Kentish Town brewery. It will have 12 taps of beer, a fridge filled with canned beers, and an all-day menu centred solely on kebabs.
According to the brewer: 'Long maligned classic and natural partner to a pint or two, the kebab will take centre stage at Daughter. For too long, beer and kebabs have been at different ends of your evening. Here, we bring ‘em together in a one-stop-shop for the perfect night out.'
The kebabs will include chicken and lamb options made with sustainably sourced meat, plus veggie and vegan options, deep fried chickpeas and baba ganoush, and homemade soft serve ice cream. There'll also be coffee, doughnuts and breakfast on the weekend.
The beer list will be made up of Camden Town’s own beers, which include Camden Hells Lager and Camden Pale Ale, alongside brews from some of the world’s most prominent craft brewers, such as Rogue Ales, Fourpure Brewing Co, Brooklyn Brewery, Northern Monk Brew Co and Roosters.