New bar spy - BeerBox

Nothing Square About BeerBox


Last updated . By Morgan Harries.


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What they say:

Meantime Brewery are leaping into a three year contract to set up their own bar in a prime spot just opposite North Greenwich underground station. Using storage containers as the site, this eye-catching venture contains two floors of bar seating as well as a roof terrace to enjoy those balmy summer months.

The company is no stranger to pushing the boundaries of the brewing business, having just started a process of pasteurisation, filtering and pressurisation-less brewing for a super-fresh high-quality beer product; which they like to call the Utopia of beer drinking. This attitude towards bringing the craft beer business closer to the customer is reflected in BeerBox, which highlights the advantages of drinking local brews to its happy customers.

What we say:

Spurred on by East London's brand of urban style, it comes as no surprise that the penchant for stripped back, piled up shipping containers has spilled out of BoxPark and captured minds further afield. The industrial combination of rough wooden palates, exposed metal piping and concrete floors can of course be welcomed by the hungry masses flooding out of the O2 Arena.

However there is more reason to visit this new bar than mere convenience of location. The Meantime brand's success has always been inextricable from the quality of its products, and we're certain that as such, BeerBox will be regularly full to the brim of smiling faces enjoying their ever-popular local craft beers. You've only got to try one for yourself to see why.