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Thu 09 September 2021, 17:30|Tottenham Hotspur

The Club is delighted to confirm that the historic Corner Pin pub, located at 732 High Road, has re-opened in partnership with Beavertown Brewery.

Set over three floors and with a beer garden at the rear, it is serving up a range of drinks – with a food menu coming soon – offering a new and exciting pub experience for fans, visitors and the local community.

Corner Pin re-opens in partnership with Beavertown

• Brand-new Beavertown Corner Pin is now open to fans, visitors and the local community.
• Iconic site on the corner of Park Lane has been restored as a pub in partnership with Tottenham-based Beavertown Brewery, the largest independent craft beer brewer in London.
• The Corner Pin is the latest historic building restored to its former glory by the Club, following in the footsteps of Percy House and Warmington House, since the stadium opened.

Tottenham Hotspur’s partnership with Beavertown Brewery is an example of how the Club is embracing its community within its wider stadium regeneration scheme, supporting local businesses that employ local people.

As well as 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.

They 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.

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, 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.

It is the latest example of how the Club has been restoring historic buildings to their former glory as part of the wider regeneration of the area.

The Club’s history is closely intertwined with the heritage of its local area – much of which has been restored and incorporated within the wider stadium development scheme. This in turn has helped reduce carbon emissions through the re-use of materials and avoidance of large-scale reconstruction. Examples include:

Warmington House – a Grade II listed building on Tottenham High Road, previously on Historic England’s Heritage at Risk register, that now hosts a football-themed art exhibition, in partnership with OOF magazine.
Percy House, a prominent 18th Century building on Tottenham High Road, is now the home of the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation. Having been commissioned in 1742 by the sole surviving heir to the Percy family titles, Percy House is synonymous with the history of Tottenham Hotspur – named after the legendary Henry ‘Harry Hotspur’ Percy.
• The frontage of the old Tottenham and Edmonton Dispensary, which once sat alongside Warmington House on the High Road, is now also incorporated within the Spurs Shop at the Tottenham Experience as the location where fans can get their shirts printed.
• The Club is committed to investing in and restoring the Northumberland Terrace, a historic row of Statutory Listed and non-designated heritage assets between 790 and 814 High Road. The Terrace, which runs from Dial House (790) to the corner of Northumberland Park, represents the finest series of Georgian properties within the Tottenham Conservation Area dating from as early as 18th Century. Northumberland Terrace will soon be transformed into Paxton17 - a vibrant new neighbourhood in the heart of Tottenham, celebrating the arts, culture, fashion and creativity.