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Britain’s smallest pub has popped up in Greenwich

Britain’s smallest pub has popped up in Greenwich

Claustrophobic drinkers, look away now – the nation’s smallest boozer has just popped up in North Greenwich.

The bar, slightly awkwardly named Make Time for It after mega-brewer Meantime’s ongoing campaign, will be in place on Peninsula Square from October 21 until October 30. Measuring just 6ft by 8ft, the shed-like space seats just three people at a time, promising a more, erm, intimate experience than your average pub. Basically, you’d better hope the barman didn’t have curry for lunch.

 

 

 

 

The good news, though, is that the beer is free. Meantime’s standard lager and pale ale will be on tap, but to make the most of your stint, check out the range of limited-edition specials, which includes Maison Hop – a cognac barrel-aged black ale – and The Tweedster, a passionfruit wheat beer.

The bar holds a maximum of three people at a time, so naturally you'll need to reserve a 20-minute slot in advance. Probably not the best option for a first date though – it's going get pretty awkward pretty quickly if the small talk dries up.

Check out our guide to London's best craft beer pubs

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