Beavertown Brewery Have Just Opened Their First Proper Pub In London

Jack Saddler Jack Saddler - Staff Writer

Beavertown Brewery Have Just Opened Their First Proper Pub In London

A colourful new pub has arrived in Tottenham.

It’s not been a bad start to the season for Spurs fans, after all. Harry Kane ended up staying, and the team are 3/3 in the league with an impressive win against the defending champions to boot. And now, the stadium has a brand new, colourful pub right by it for both celebrations and drowning of sorrows, depending on how the rest of the season goes.

Many of you are sure to recognise Beavertown beer, as you’ve probably seen their rising-star “Neck Oil” appearing on tap at pubs across the capital. Now, you’ll catch he familiar glimpse at their whole new pub opening just outside the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.

Beavertown Corner Pin by Studio 1208

The Corner Pin is now open at a spot outside the ground that has been occupied by pubs since the 1970s, but never in a guise quite as colourful as that created by the Neck Oil experts. Beavertown’s eye-catching design on their cans has been taken into both the pub’s exterior and interior. Expect plenty of vibrant orange, blue, yellow and more shades to pop up all over the gaff.

The craft brewery have shot up in popularity over the last few years, and opening their first new pub while the country is still in the grips of a pandemic is undoubtedly a success story. Featured in the new pub will be the full Beavertown range, which includes their brand new “Bones” lager.

Beavertown Corner Pin by Studio 1208

So, there’s a new boozer for the football fans in the form of The Corner Pin. Will it become as iconic as Finsbury Park’s famous Arsenal mainstay, The Twelve Pins? Only time will tell.

You’ll find The Corner Pin at 732 High Rd, N17 0AG

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