Football fans and the local community are able to enjoy a drink at a historic pub after Tottenham Hotspur joined forces with a London brewery to reopen it.

Set over three floors and with a beer garden at the rear, the Corner Pin, located at 732 High Road, is serving up a range of drinks – with a food menu coming soon – after the Premier League club partnered with Beavertown Brewery to reopen the pub that had previously been used as a ticket office.

Spurs' partnership with the brewery is an example of how the club is embracing its community within its wider stadium regeneration scheme, seeking to support local businesses that employ local people.

As well as the official craft beer supplier to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Beavertown Brewery is the largest independent craft brewer in London and sits at the heart of the capital’s growing craft beer scene.

The company arrived in Tottenham in 2014, having outgrown two previous brewery sites, and have made it their home ever since.

Beavertown Brewery already operate a microbrewery within the South Stand – a first for a football stadium – alongside its popular Taproom.

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Alex Thorpe, Senior Business Development Manager, Tottenham Hotspur, said: “We are excited to restore the Corner Pin to its former use – a vibrant and modern pub that is sure to be popular among our fans, our local community and visitors to the area.

“As a business rooted in this community, Beavertown Brewery share our vision for Tottenham and we are delighted to be working with them on this project that aims to bring a further boost to the local economy.”

Logan Plant, Founder of Beavertown Brewery, said: “We’re thrilled to open our first ever pub in Tottenham, the place we call home. We’re excited to breathe new life into the much-loved pub, the only way we know how... with cracking beer and a great atmosphere!”

The iconic site was originally constructed as a public house – records show that the first resident was Elizabeth Bull Bellows, beer house keeper, in 1871.

The Corner Pin was a popular pub for fans on matchdays until its closure in 2010 – the building was subsequently used as the club’s ticket office until 2020.