Meantime launches new can range

07 April, 2017

The Meantime Brewing Company in London has launched a can range of its three best selling beers.

The Asahi UK-owned brand has released its London Lager (4.5% ABV), London Pale Ale (4.3% ABV) and Yakima Red (4.1% ABV) in 330ml cans in the on and off-trade markets.

Ciaran Giblin, brewmaster at Meantime said: “Canning technology has come a long way, so we know the quality of the beer will be second to none and taste as fresh in can as it would straight from the tap.

“We’ve seen cans grow rapidly in popularity over the past few years and our drinkers and customers have been patiently waiting for us to launch our range in can too.”

The new cans were launched at an event in central London to showcase the new cans, and here are the best posts from social media:

The @meantimebrewing can launch is bouncing #MEANIT

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