The 'Make Time For It' pub, a project by Meantime Brewing, is billing itself as Britain's smallest craft beer bar. Measuring in at six by eight feet, or smaller than the perimeter of a snooker table (to put the measurement into British terms,) the pub almost certainly owns that diminutive title.
Though the Make Time For It pub is indeed small, its cozy quarters are probably worth it for most beer drinkers. This is because the two patrons who can fit into the bar at a time get free Meantime Brewing beer -- so long as they follow house rules. Make Time For It gets its name because anyone who visits the bar has to leave their mobile device at the door. Meantime Brewing considers time the fifth ingredient in its beer and ditching one's phone while enjoying a beer is a great way to appreciate time.
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Meantime Brewing's 'Make Time For It' is a Miniature Bar That Bans Technology
- By: Joey HaarOct 19, 2016