Who owns Camden beer?

Who owns Camden beer?

AB InBevCamden Town Brewery / Parent organizationAnheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV, commonly known as AB InBev, is a Belgian multinational drink and brewing company based in Leuven, Belgium. AB InBev has a global functional management office in New York City, and regional headquarters in São Paulo, London, St. Louis, Mexico City, Bremen, Johannesburg and others. Wikipedia

Who bought Camden brewery?

Anheuser-Busch InBev
In December 2015, it was announced that Camden Town Brewery was being bought by the world’s largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBev, for about £85 million.

Who started Camden Town Brewery?

The brewery was started by four men: Richard Garrett and George Grimwood, who provided the money, and Abram Garrett and Thomas Whitaker who joined with a group of 30 pubs. The brewery grew into a successful business, making a range of beers including stout, strong ale, mild and, later, a pale ale.

What is the biggest brewery in the world?

AB InBev
The 40 Biggest Beer Producers in the World in 2020

# Company Million hl
1 AB InBev 467.4
2 Heineken 221.6
3 Carlsberg 110.1
4 China Res Snow Breweries 106.9

Who is Camden Hells owned by?

The craft beer brand Camden Town Brewery is to put its independent image on the line after agreeing to be bought by the global drinks giant AB InBev.

Is Camden Hells English?

Made with traditional German ingredients Not bratwurst or sauerkraut but Bavarian Lager yeast, Perle and Hallertau Tradition hops and our own special house Pilsner malt from Bamberg (we’re one of the only two breweries outside Germany to use it).

Who owns brewdog beer?


Type Public limited company
Location Ellon, Scotland, UK
Opened 2007
Annual production volume 800,180 hectolitres (681,890 US bbl) (2020)
Owned by James Watt (25%), Martin Dickie (22%), TSG Consumer Partners (22%), other Board members (6%), members of the public (25%)

Why Camden Hells called Hells?

When we set out to brew a lager we knew we wanted to create a hybrid of our two favourite styles Helles and Pilsner, for which we created the portmanteau name ‘Hells’, a blend of both. We think what’s happening in the craft beer scene is really exciting.

Is Camden Hells cloudy?

Yes it’s a bit hazy and not crystal clear like pretty much every lager on the taps. But put it this way; if Camden Hells is the studio album, all slick finish and crisp sounds, then Unfiltered Hells is the live album.

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