Make Time For It is a small London pop-up bar that encourages conversation without the distraction of technology

Often the purpose of going out to a bar is to meet new people and engage in conversation, but thanks to modern technology, many people end up absorbing themselves in their phones. London brewer Meantime is trying to change that with Make Time For It, a special pop-up bar that is so small it forces people to interact. The tiny pub located in the Greenwich area of London is a tight 6 by 8 feet, it can only house three people and a bartender at a time.

Guests looking to come in and enjoy a free beer must make a reservation and agree not to bring in their phones. The pub, which will be open from October 21st through the 30th, features the products of six UK artisans and has six different varieties of beer to highlight the six weeks it takes to brew a bottle of their beer.

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