If you're bored of ordinary beers, there's a host of craft creations waiting for you to sip at One New Change, and we've rounded them up for you. We promise nobody got too inebriated in the writing of this feature.
Barbecoa | Shoreditch Blonde
Those fine cuts of flame-cooked meats deserve a beer that’s just as high quality, and the selection of London-brewed lagers at Barbecoa certainly hit the mark. For something a bit different, give the Shoreditch Blonde a go. Brewed by the Redchurch Brewery at Bethnal Green, its refreshing, citrusy bite is a perfect pairing for Barbecoa’s smokey steaks and ribs.
Byron | Hells Lager
Burgers and beer go together like fish and chips, so it’s no surprise that Byron offers one of the best selections of bottled craft lagers in the City. The crisp, dry Hells Lager from Camden Brewery gets our vote (and seemingly everyone else’s, as it’s a three-times award winner).
Pho | Sabeco Saigon Export beer
To get the authentic Vietnamese experience at Pho, pair your noodles with a crisp and refreshing bottle of imported craft beer. Our pick is the Saigon Export – named after the former capital of South Vietnam, it's a light and fruity pilsner that's easy to drink over lunch. Your boss will never know.
Bread Street Kitchen | Five Points Pale Ale
With a focus on small-batch beers from local micro-breweries, the list of craft lagers changes often at Bread Street Kitchen, but we’re reassured that the Five Points Pale Ale is a regular fixture on their extensive drinks menu. We love its zesty and aromatic flavour, made using hops from the West Coast of America.