Hip place conveniently located under a railway station. Maybe a bit too designed. Looks good Šnd clean though, has outside seating and a nice crowd. Decent beers, not too special though. Nice place to visit when near. Free popcorn, just ask. Visited during RBESG 2014.
Small downstairs seating area, didnít venture upstairs, plenty seating outside & a couple of patio heaters (visited on a warm summer evening, so donít know how effective they are). Standard Camden range that you get multiple places with a few specials, but not that exciting. Hard high stools inside, hard wooden benches outside. Chipboard walls, concrete floor, full of trendy types & a couple of families. Only half a female toilet for the entire place (i.e. one shared with men ... who have another whole trough to themselves). Come here if thereís a Camden beer youíre desperate to try. Otherwise, have a comfortable pint down the road at Tapping the Admiral where you can make friends with the resident cat. Iíve no plans to return here, itís not for me.
Is an excellent place, but obviously, if you want to drink Camden, and their excellent beers, you wonít found a better place that their own brewery. They normally have the street food served, its a good solution....
Good place to visit.
Visited on a June Friday evening. Pretty handy for Kentish Town West station. You can hear the pub chatter from the platform.
Large under arch bar serving Camden Town beers. Picked up a couple of new beers on my visit and adverts for other pilot beers. Staff friendly. Place was busy but not packed. Definitely somewhere Iíd go back to
Literally right below Kentish Town Overground station and about a 10-15 minute walk from Camden Town Station makes it very convenient.
Service is typical Londoner - nothing to brag about or complain. Staff is relatively helpful.
Selection is most of Camdenís core line, a few collabs, but not much else.
Food is usually a food stand out on certain nights and reasonably priced. Otherwise, youíll have to go across the street and order Chinese take out.
Whatís interesting is there Brewery Locals club which gives you discounts on their beers including regular growler fills if you like the beer that much.
Outdoor & indoor seating with heaters outside. Not bad but nothing great.
Modern stripped-down bar right alongside Kentish Town West station. Pale wood and glass. Everything on keg, no cask, couple of bottle options. Plenty of seating but people seem to crowd the bar. Halves, pints and pitchers. Can also get five (but no less!) thirds as tasters. Good place to try Camden Townís lagers at their hoppiest. I thought that the beers were a bit over-carbonated, but they were certainly tasty.
Pricey hip brewery located in Kentish Town but called Camden Town. Hmmm. The beer range is dependent on events but they normally have a good range of their own beers.
The keg beers are always cold and ideal for a hot day. If youíre hot and in the area and need a cold lager then this place is ideal. However itís VERY expensive considering itís a brewery and itís sometimes very difficult to get served.
I came here with Manuele from Ma Cha and the Italian crew and was delighted to see many Atlas beers on the tap-takeover. I had a nice evening and enjoyed my time but itís very expensive and service is sometimes slow. Iíll be sure to visit again.
Situation in a railway arch. Good amount of seating compared to most other railway arch breweries Iíve been to, and about the same amount of seating available outside. Gets rather crowded, which makes the service a bit slow. Most of the taps carry their own beers, the staple beers as well as a few taps of more rare once, and one guest tap.