Meantime launches Tea ‘N Biscus

20 April 2017

Meantime Brewing Company has launched its latest beer in the Pilot Series - Tea ‘N Biscus.

Described as an intensely fruity twist on a classic Saison, Tea ‘N Biscus is brewed with hibiscus flowers which give the beer the bright ruby colour and fruity aroma.

Based on the classic Northern European beer style, the 4.5% abv Tea ‘N Biscus can be enjoyed on its own or, Meantime says, with light summery dishes, such as fresh shellfish. We'll take their word for it.

Tea ‘N Biscus is part of the limited edition Pilot Series range, pouring in a few outlets across London.

To get your hands on a pint, head to Vinothec Compass​, The Understudy​ or The Four Quarters, or head to Meantime’s Greenwich Union​, Tasting Rooms or the Meantime Beer Box outside North Greenwich Station.

If you can't get there, you're in luck – a limited run of 330ml bottles are available online at while stocks last.

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