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Meantime's Brewery Fresh beer is delivered by Meantime’s tankers direct from the maturation tanks at the brewery, into another custom-engineered tank behind the bar. It's a unique way of serving beer, and you'll taste the difference right away: a smoother lager, with enhanced aromas and well-rounded flavours.

With traditional dispensing methods, there’s always a risk that the compressed air might reduce the quality and affect the taste of the beer. But Brewery Fresh beer has no contact with the air until it hits your glass. It doesn’t need to be pasteurised or filtered, so it continues to improve in flavour right up to the moment of truth. But forget about the technicalities: all you need to know is that every pint of Meantime Brewery Fresh tastes as great as the day it was made.

Brewery Fresh is available at the following outlets, click to visit:

The Grove, Balham
The Plough, St.John’s Hill
The Crown & Shuttle, Shoreditch
The Castle, Tooting
Forge & Co, Shoreditch
The Wheatsheaf, Borough Market
St.Barts Brewery, Smithfield
Understudy at National Theatre
The Beer Box, The 02
The Ship, Wandsworth
Woolgate, Guildhall
Lazybones, Farringdon
Wine Vaults, Greenwich
The Tasting Rooms, Greenwich
The Botanist, Broadgate Circle
The Bull, Streatham
The Grocer, Spitalfields
The Marquis Cornwallis, Bloomsbury
El Vino, Blackfriars
Sindercombe Social, Shepherd’s Bush
The Old Brewery, Greenwich
Swingers, St.Mary Axe
Barrio South, Brixton
The Albany, Great Portland Street
Sindercombe Social, Shepherds Bush
The Minories, Tower Hill
St.George’s Tavern, Victoria
The Falcon, Clapham
Tank and Paddle, Fenchurch Street
The Crutched Friar, Fenchurch Street
MEATliquor, Islington
Sir Christopher Hatton, Leather Lane
Dirty Harry’s, Soho
MEATliquor, King’s Cross


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