Bar manager Ash doesn’t have much room to work when making drinks (Image: Joseph Walshe/SWNS)

Old school phone booths are somewhat outdated now that most of us have mobile phones.

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So the business owner gave them a makeover so that the iconic stalls remain a staple on the high street. And now you can have a cocktail in a phone booth converted into a bar.

The world’s smallest cocktail bar opened this week, serving drinks from the classic red K2 phone box on Birmingham’s Temple Row.

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The mini pub is 8 feet tall and 3 feet wide with plenty of room for customers and mixologists. Small but popular with the locals.

There are three cocktails available: Jam Jar Daiquiri, Pornstar Martini, and Bramley Apple Smash, and each customer gets 10 minutes at the bar.

However, today is your last day of action, so you’d better hurry.

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Instead of a permanent program, it will serve as a limited-time pop-up for the Cocktail Club, which begins on Thursday and is scheduled to end today (Saturday, September 3).

Reservations were previously required, but entry slots were available from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm on previous tours.

Pop-up bar in a telephone box on Temple Row, Birmingham.

The minibar is a pre-opening pop-up at The Cocktail Club in Birmingham (Image: Joseph Walshe/SWNS)

JJ Goodman, co-founder of The Cocktail Club, said:

We’re opening the biggest cocktail club we’ve ever opened here, so we thought it would make sense to also open the smallest cocktail club we’ve ever opened.”

Ash cocktail club bar manager is working in a phone box on Temple Row in Birmingham when this photo was taken.

At just 8 feet tall and 3 feet wide, space is at a premium with this buzzer (Image: Joseph Walshe/SWNS)

“I’m 6’3″, so it was a little difficult, but I managed to pull through.”

One customer who tried Phone Shake was Kyra Moore, a 21-year-old student from Edgbaston, Birmingham.

He said: “I think it’s a really cool idea, but it’s obviously not a place where you can have a girls’ night out, because not everything can fit in there.

Pop-up bar in a telephone box on Temple Row, Birmingham.

Customers queuing for 10 minutes allotted for a small space (Image: Joseph Walshe/SWNS)

Kyla continues: The lack of space to prepare them did not affect the quality of the cocktails.

“I’d love to spend more time here, I just need a little sound system. It’s definitely the smallest bar I’ve ever been to.”

“And this is certainly a good way to breathe new life into our classic phone cases as well.”

These historic buildings are much better used as a positive than the usual urinals and vandalism targets we’ve seen since mobile phones became smart.

The city’s permanent cocktail club bar will open on nearby Temple Street on September 29.

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