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4th April 2023

Camden Town Brewery team up with Grime legend Jammer to get the UK drinking fresh beer

Camden Town Brewery’s biggest ad campaign yet looks to grow awareness of its full core range

London, 3rd April 2023: Launching today, Camden Town Brewery is inviting beer drinkers back into its illustrated beer world for its biggest ATL campaign EVER!

Running nationally over 21 weeks, the longest time a Camden advert has been on air, the new ATL will be challenging beer lovers to look beyond their ‘usual’ and order a fresh pint of Camden Hells, Pale Ale or IPA, three of Camden Town Brewery’s core beers.

The latest ad campaign from the North London based brewery takes place in the mega colourful Camden beer world. It depicts the journey of a pub goer, voiced by comedian Sarah Levine, who is sucked into the illustrated brewery as they weigh up ‘the usual other one’ versus the ‘fresher than Hells one’ – surely it’s a no brainer?

The storyline unfolds as a talking river of beer, voiced by UK grime icon Jammer, takes our pub goer on a full brewery tour to show off just how fresh Camden beer is. From the squeaky clean beer tanks to the ice cold kegs, the talking beer river finally returns our drinker to the pub so they can make the fresher choice with a FRESH pint of Camden beer.

The new campaign created by Wieden+Kennedy London will be the first time the brand takes its ATL creative outside of the world of its iconic Hells Lager, highlighting the brewery’s core range which includes Camden Pale Ale and Camden IPA, showing beer lovers there’s something for everyone within the Camden beer portfolio.

Teaming up once again with Camden’s pals over at animation studio Blink, who collaborated on Camden’s last three animated ATL campaigns, plus illustrations created by Nahuel Bardi, the campaign invites viewers into the fun and vibrant world of Camden Town Brewery.

Fred Nesbitt, Head of Marketing at Camden Town Brewery, said: “Illustration and design has always been at the heart of Camden, and that’s why we wanted to create an illustrated beer world to let viewers experience Camden Town Brewery in a fun, friendly and playful way. Having brought fame to our Hells Lager with our previous ATL campaigns, as a craft brewery we’re excited to show off our brewing creds by featuring more of our core range with our Pale Ale and IPA making their first appearances.

So, beer lovers, get creative with your ordering and make the fresher choice. We know you want to.”

Camden Town Brewery’s latest ATL campaign will run nationally from Monday 3rd April through to October across TV, BVOD, YouTube, digital and social in the longest running ATL campaign from the brand.

Check out the full ad HERE:

Creative credits: 

Clients: Vivian Ly & Fred Nesbitt

Creative DIrectors: Joe Bruce & Albert Pukies

Creative Team: Chelsea Thorley & Hannah Fortune

Illustration: Nahuel Bardi

Director: James Papper

Producer: Mich Bradfield

Animation: Blink Studios

Sound & Post Post Production: 750MPH, No8

Strategy: Sidney Henne, Brian Ritter

Account team: Lwimbo Malanda, Farai Dube, Lara Wahab, Laura Jacobs, Louis Haines


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.

Camden Town Brewery’s core range consists of three beers including its award-winning Hells Lager. 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 small batch beers under its ‘Arch 55’ series. The brewery also produces fresh Beer Hall beers, which are new idea beers brewed under the arches at Camden’s new Beer Hall in Camden. The fresh new beers are launched every month and give Camden’s brewing team the chance to try out new ideas, ingredients, techniques and recipes.

High-res stills available at the link here:


Becky Greenwell, W Communications,