If you don’t mind getting cosy with your fellow drinkers, you’ll be interested in a visit to ‘Britain’s smallest pub’ which has been unveiled in Greenwich.

Located in Peninsula Square near The O2, the bar is smaller than a snooker table as it measures just 6ft by 8ft and only has space for three people at a time.

The tiny pub, which is the brainchild of Greenwich brewer Meantime, is called The Make Time for It in line with its theme of (clever marketing and …) encouraging punters to take a break from busy life and digital distractions.

Customers can enjoy a free beer provided they leave their mobile phones at the door to ensure they properly relax during their time in the minute boozer.

Fixtures and fittings such as wallpaper, bar stools and pint glasses have all been specially made for the pub, which will be serving six limited edition craft beers in addition to Meantime lager and ale.

Rich Myers, Meantime marketing director, said: “The Make Time For It campaign was designed to highlight the importance of time, the fifth ingredient in ours beers, as well as celebrate the best of British craft from across the country.

“The bar was designed to help create the perfect drinking environment – a space to appreciate craft in a variety of forms and the perfect spot to spend time catching up with a mate over a beer.

“We’re also exploring the idea of sending the bar on tour around the country, made possible by the fact that it fits comfortably in a Transit van!”

The petite pub will only be open from October 21 to 30, 12noon to 9pm daily.

Entry is free and you can pre-book a time slot or turn up on the day.