Come and get a Tap&Grab
In our previous post we highlighted some of the awesome venues and markets in South Africa where Camelthorn beers are available on tap. Until we are able to fill bottles again this is the best way for you to enjoy your favourite Namibian beer. But there is also a way of enjoying it at home!
We have recently introduced Tap & Grab to the Neighbourgoods Market at the Old Biscuit Mill (every Saturday) and will also have it available at the Blaauwklippen Family Market (every Sunday). Very simple – we are able to supply and fill 2l, 1.5l & 1l bottles with a fresh Camelthorn draught for you to take home and enjoy at your leisure!
No frills, no fuss, just pleasure!
Camelthorn on tap!
We have a great deal of Camelthorn fans in Cape Town and since we have temporarily put our bottle production on hold, our range of Namibian brews are only available on tap at this stage. Luckily, we have some fine venues and markets around The Cape where you can enjoy a cold real beer.
elow is a current list of outlets, but keep an eye on out new stockists page that we will be updating regularly.
• The German Club, Roodehek Terrace off Hope Street
• Ricks Café Park Street
• Angels Burger Joint, Kloof Street
• The Power and the Glory, Tamboerskloof
• Blaauwklippen Market, Stellenbosch
• Woodmill Market, Stellenbosch
• Laborie Market, Paarl
• The Neighbourgoods Market, Old Biscuit Mill, Woodstock
Great beer on tap & a few bottles left too!
We’re so grateful to all the people who put so much effort and passion into ensuring that our Camelthorn beers are available.
Every Saturday you’ll be able to find 2 such people serving great beer to great people at the Neighbourgoods Market: Inge will be serving in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, and Hanno will be serving at the Old Biscuit Mill, Woodstock Cape Town.
Inge’s stand is on the second floor and can be found opposite the main bar. Traders rotate weekly but whats important is to make your way upstairs as soon as you feel thirsty. Be kind to your taste buds!
Hanno’s stand is inside the old mill building on the right next to the Belgian Waffle stand and here you’ll also be able to use the Tap & Grab – filling bottles to take home.
They look forward to serving you!
Join us in the hills!
December is an exciting time! Families come together, friends share and of course we all celebrate the beautiful summer! But things are going to be more exciting this month as Camelthorn Brewing Company will be involved in 2 festivals that will keep you smiling!
This coming weekend we have got the Durbanville Beer Festival (Saturday 10 December) and
the following weekend we will be a part of the 1st Cape Town Bike Festival being held at the Cape Town Stadium.
DBF, held at Hillcrest Wine Estate in the Durbanville hills is a great event with some awesome music and if it is anything similar to last years we’re looking forward to an awesome day!
The CTBF is another matter all together! Master of Dirt, Seether (as well as 11 other bands), Miss Biker SA, Harley’s, Scooters and of course the Craft Beer Village! (Read more – Cape Town Bike Fest Crashes)
Come and say hello at our stands – we’d love to satisfy you with some beautiful beer!
Over 100 beers under 1 tent!
This past weekend saw the South Easter blowing brew lovers through the gates of the Cape Town Festival of Beer. Hamilton’s Rugby Club’s field was covered in a huge horse shoe marquee sponsored by SAB and once again, SA’s craft brewers and micro breweries were invited to come together and share their beers and their passion with Cape Town beer enthusiasts and soon-to-be-enthusiasts. Continue reading
Our beers are chilling for you!
We are very excited that we are once again going to be a part of the upcoming Cape Town Festival of Beer 2011 – the biggest beer gathering in South Africa if not Africa!
We will have some of our beautiful beers on draught, and are looking forward to sharing with old friends and meeting many new ones over the 3 days running from 25 – 27 November.
So make a note in your diary – join us at the Camelthorn Brewing Company stand but remember to arrive early to get one of the tables right at the stand – the closer the better!