Meantime Brewing Company Creates Pop-Up Bar Made from Shipping Containers

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London’s leading modern craft brewer, Meantime Brewing Company, recently launched BeerBox – a new pop-up concept located on Greenwich Peninsula Square.

Created with design agency Hooperberg, the two-storey ‘BeerBox is constructed from customised shipping containers and will serve Meantime’s core range of beers, plus recent limited editions and seasonal brews. Additionally, the BeerBox will also be home to the exclusive Peninsula Pale Ale, which will be dispensed using the company’s state of the art Brewery Fresh tank beer concept.

MEANTIME BEERBOX 2The BeerBox will be open all year and with its open top roof terrace above bar level, it will be difficult to miss, and its construction is part of Meantime’s ongoing investment programme, under which the brewery has expanded extensively.

Nick Miller, Meantime’s CEO said:
“Meantime aims to… pioneer with its craft beers …to create an experience for our drinkers where (they) enjoy modern craft beer in an entertaining environment.”

Knight Dragon, the development company charged with rejuvenating the Greenwich Peninsula area partnered with Meantime and agreed the prime location for BeerBox, just 200 yards from North Greenwich tube.

Richard Margree, Knight Dragon’s CEO said:
“It was important for us to partner with an exciting brand with local roots and a unique product offering.”

MEANTIME BEERBOX 3The BeerBox officially opened on 7th August at Greenwich Peninsula Square, with a live performance from indie rockers We Are Scientists.

About Meantime
Meantime Brewery was founded fourteen years ago in Greenwich, London. Having built a state-of-the-art brewery in 2010 it is one of the UK’s largest modern craft brewers. Meantime’s core range boasts seven bottled beers: London Lager, London Pale Ale, Pilsner, Yakima Red, IPA, London Porter, Chocolate Porter, Wheat beer, Raspberry Wheat and London Stout.

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