Meantime unveils latest Pilot Series beers

07 September, 2016

Meantime Brewing Company has unveiled the latest beers within its Pilot Series.

African Queen, Time to Time, Lost Summer and Feisty Cali Belg join the range of small-batch beers brewed at the Greenwich craft brewer’s new Pilot Brewery.  

Meantime says African Queen is a 6.0% abv single-hopped IPA with citrus and berry aromas. Time to Time (4.0% abv) is a “modern-take on a traditional Saison de Nuit”, Lost Summer (5.0% abv) a "fruity, hoppy lager for the summer season" and Feisty Cali Belg (6.0% abv), is a "Belgian style beer with fruity American hop flavours and a touch of Welsh chillies", it says.

Richard Myers, marketing director at Meantime, said: “Meantime has always strived to introduce the British public to a wide range of great beers and open their minds to trying something different.

“The Pilot Series gives us the perfect opportunity to continue to push the boundaries of modern craft and have a bit of fun experimenting with some unusual beer styles. We’re proud to say that innovation and quality are the heart of everything we do, so expect to see some great beers coming out of The Pilot Brewery in 2016.”

The range will be available exclusively on draught in a handful of selected partner outlets across London, including The Understudy at the National Theatre, The Old Blue Last in Shoreditch, The Orange in Pimlico, Vinothec Compass in North Greenwich and The Four Quarters in Peckham.

The beers will also be available to try and purchase in Meantime’s own Tasting Rooms, Beer Box and Greenwich Union Pub. 330ml bottles will be available to purchase from the Meantime Brewery Shop.





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