Union Lager is inspired by a classic Viennese lager and boasts a full malt flavour. The lager is 4.9% ABV and is robust enough to hold its own against spicy foods, providing a well-rounded mouthfeel to even the strongest dish.
The company first produced the Union in 2000. Brewed using only a range of roasted malts, it is deep copper in colour with a light malt undertone and bready, caramel flavours, alongside a balanced hop bitterness.
The lager was brought back for a month last July after a campaign by The Greenwich Union pub, and Meantime is now bringing it back as an official limited edition beer available while stocks last.
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Why should you buy it?
Alastair Hook, master brewer at Meantime Brewing said: “Union Lager was the beer that launched Meantime, and it’s great to know that it’s still as popular now as it was fourteen years ago.
“Slow fermented and cold-matured over a lengthy period of time to ensure perfect balance and natural carbonation, the Union Lager offers caramel flavours on both the nose and palate.
“With a warming, yet refreshing flavour, we think this is the ideal choice for offering customers a brew that will take them through the darker winter months and out in to spring.”