This Saturday Camden town brewery launches its new visitor centre with beer, bottomless brunch and brewery tours, opening once a month at their new Enfield brewery.

The new beerhall menu from the chefs at The Horseshoe gastropub, the Kitchen, will be serving a bottomless brunch, including unlimited self-service croissants, pretzels and granola, plus one hot dish from the menu and unlimited Hells lager for two hours.

Enfield Independent:

Beach London will be hosting free Camden Art School workshops at the Brewery, kids and grown-ups can enjoy free design activities inspired by Frida Kahlo and Jackson Pollock style paintings with silly string. Visitors can also experience a silent cinema in the Brewhouse and a live brewing workshop, at the end of the Saturday, you’ll be able to take home a memento from the bottle shop including the full Camden range and Camden merchandise.

Jasper Cuppaidge, founder of Camden Town Brewery, says: “We’re incredibly excited to finally open the doors to the Enfield Brewery Bar. It’s been an exciting journey but the best bit by far will be welcoming our friends for a beer at our new place.”

The Camden team will be organising two ways to get up to Enfield – the Run Like Hells Run Club and the new Road to Hells Cycle club, join the run and cycle from Kentish Town Brewery to Enfield to earn your Saturday. However if you get an Uber, show your receipt to the brewery for your first drink on the house. Residents in the area will also be given a local beer card to gain pint points.

Unit 1 Navigation Park, Morson Road, Enfield, EN3 4TJ, Saturday, November 18. Reserve your place here.