photo courtesy of Billetto UK
We are in a technology-obsessed society. You're probably reading this from a smartphone or some type of new technology, right?
Without admitting it out loud, sometimes we get so caught up with what is going on over the Internet, we can't enjoy normal, human interaction. Luckily there's a small pub in London that refuses to let you sit with your face glued to your screen.
According to Mashable, Craft brewer "Meantime" has opened a tiny craft beer bar in London. And I mean really tiny. This is smallest craft beer bar in Britain and they are promoting the "Make Time for It" campaign.
The bar measures at 6 ft by 8 ft. You read that correctly. It can only fit two people at a time and beer enthusiasts must hand over their phones when drinking at the pub. You can enjoy London Lager, London Pale Ale and "six limited addition 'Make Time For It' craft beers." More imprtantly you can enjoy genuine conversation with a human being.
"The ‘Make Time For It’ campaign was designed to highlight the importance of time — the fifth ingredient in our beers — as well as celebrate the best of British craft from across the country," Rich Myers, marketing director of Meantime Brewing Company, said in a statement emailed to Mashable.
Sunday is the final day you can experience this awesome beer pub. It closes at 9 PM and is on Peninsula Square in Greenwich, London. So those NFL fans who are finishing the early game have a place to go to.
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