The brewery was established in 2009 when founder Jasper Cuppaidge took over The Horseshoe Pub in Hampstead. He grew frustrated by the standard of London lager and from those first bottles of Camden Hells Lager, the company’s flagship beer, Camden Town Brewery’s revenue has increased tenfold, from £90k to circa £9m in three years. It currently operates three pubs in London and plans to continue expanding.
The event, which is being held at Canada Water, is described as a brand new meat, beer and music festival celebrating the incredible beers of the three Great Brewing Nations – England, Germany and the USA. It will bring together 12 of the biggest names in street food and over 50 beers.
Besides Camden Town Brewery, other breweries at the event are Augustiner, Berliner, Bristol Beer Factory, Brooklyn, Darkstar, Hofbräu, Jever, Krombacher, Five Points, Flying Dog, Fourpure, Früh, Fuller’s, Magic Rock, Schneider, Sierra Nevada, Thornbridge and many more, including rare one-off ‘Keg Ends’ and Festbiers.
Canada Water is the new home of Hawker House and will be launched during Halloween weekend. It is located three minutes from London Bridge, two minutes from Canary Wharf on the Jubilee Line, and nine minutes from Shoreditch High Street on the Overground.
Admission to the event is £15 (unless you are attending the England v Germany World Cup Final of Beer which will up the tickets to £40).
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