BIG beer news! Camden Town Brewery has introduced a new beer to its core range: Unfussy Unfiltered Lager. The latest beer to join Camden’s permanent collection, Unfussy will sit alongside brand favourites: Camden Hells Lager, Pale Ale, Off Menu IPA, as well as fellow new kid on the block, Canapé Session IPA.
Unfussy is a lager which is unfiltered and unfussed with, tasting just as fresh as if it came straight from a tank at the brewery and never pasteurised, of course. Inspired by traditional German Kellerbiers, this beer’s brewed with Camden’s house Pilsner malt from Bamberg, torrified wheat, Callista hops and dry hopped with Spalt Select, so it’s hazy, hoppy and full bodied.
Camden’s new Unfussy Unfiltered Lager is brewed with the addition of un-malted grains for a softer, more rounded malt character. German Hops are added later in the boil to bring out floral and peach aromas, with a medium body, bitter taste and crisp finish. Think traditional German style meets Camden’s modern lager.
Unfussy Unfiltered Lager has an ABV of 4.9% and is available to buy now from the Camden web shop and Co-op, Waitrose or Ocado for £6 per 4-pack or buy one 330ml can for £1.80.
About Camden Town Brewery:
Camden Town Brewery is a leading brewery based in North London and the home of Hells Lager. Founded by Jasper Cuppaidge, the team began brewing under the railway arches in Camden in 2010 and opened a second brewery in Enfield in July 2017. The Enfield brewery is the largest brewery to be built in London in over 30 years.
Camden Town Brewery’s core range consists of five beers including its award-winning Hells Lager, Pale Ale and Off Menu IPA. These beers are available in all major supermarkets as well as around 3,000 pubs, bars and independent retailers.
Alongside the core range, Camden Town Brewery releases several limited-edition Seasonal Hells lagers each year and smaller batch innovations and collaboration beers under its ‘Arch 55’ series.
In June 2021, Camden opened its doors to a brand-new food and drink venue, the Camden Beer Hall. Teaming up fresh beer with fresh food, the Beer Hall boasts 24 taps on the bar, while the menu has been designed by British chef, Theo Randall. Fusing Italian dishes with traditional Bavarian beer hall cuisine, all dishes have been carefully designed to pair perfectly with Camden’s beer range.
Press release from Camden Town Brewery
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