Camden new brewery

AB InBev-owned Camden Town Brewery is to open its new £30m brewery in North London this summer.

The 50,000+ sq ft site is poised to begin operating in July, and will produce approximately 400,000hl of Camden beer every year.

The property was designed to be entirely carbon neutral, featuring a solar panelled roof and an “energy efficient” brewing system, said Camden. “Along with a robust recycling ethos, every aspect of the brewery has been given thorough consideration,” it added.

Production of Camden’s core range, which includes Camden Hells, Camden Pale Ale, Gentleman’s Wit and Camden Pils Lager, will move to the new facility, while the company’s existing brewery in Kentish Town will be used as a testbed for NPD and collaboration beers.

“Camden’s industrial employment ambitions work perfectly with the strategies that Enfield Council has been pursuing for many years now,” said Enfield cabinet member for economic development Cllr Alan Sitkin.

“In particular, we are looking to secure employment and jobs in our borough and encourage residents to learn great trade for a great industry.”