Lucky Saint to open first pub

By James McAllister

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Low to no beer brand Lucky Saint to open first pub

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Low-to-no beer brand Lucky Saint will open its first pub in March in London's Marylebone, which will serve both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

Taking over the former The Mason's Arms site on Devonshire Street, which will be rebranded as The Lucky Saint, it will also feature a menu of 're-imagined classic pub food'.

The announcement comes after Lucky Saint recently completed a £10m fundraising round. 

Spread over multiple floors, Lucky Saint plans to also use the site to house its London offices, acting as a hub for the business in the absence of a physical brewery site in the UK (Lucky Saint’s lager is brewed under licence in Germany).

As well as functioning as a pub, The Lucky Saint will host events throughout the year, from ride outs and run clubs around Regent’s Park, to creating a space to hold Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England training.

Announcing the opening on LinkedIn, Lucky Saint managing director, Emma Heal, said: "We've learned so many good (and hard) lessons from our incredible friends and colleagues across UK Hospitality, and now we want to pay it forward.

"Our aim is to provide a warm, inclusive and inviting Community hub - 'a Pub for our times', and we can't wait to host you."

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