You can strip off with a pint at London's first nudist pub

Ever thought your pint would taste a lot nicer without the tight shirt round your neck or straining waistband on your trousers?

Well, now you can enjoy your drink completely naked.

Yes, London’s first official nudist pub is here.

The Coach and Horses in Soho is the first to be granted a licence to allow both customers and staff to strip off.

The pub has quite a history (it was opened in 1847) but they’ve been pushing forward with innovative ideas to keep people coming back.

Landlord Alistair Choat said they have been fighting to remain independent in recent years, even launching a petition to try to stop big chains taking over.

It was the first vegetarian pub in London and now they want to attract people who enjoy drinking in the nude too.

Please don’t just turn up without any clothes on though – nudity needs to be pre-arranged and consensual and will only be allowed on specific occasions.

Alistair told CNN Travel that they are hoping to plan their first date in June.

To celebrate, they’ve also launched a nude charity calendar featuring some of their regulars in the buff.

The Beauty and the Beasts of Soho calendar costs £20, with funds going to homelessness charity St Mungo’s.

Alastair Choat, independent landlord at the Coach and Horses said: ‘We were the first vegetarian pub in London and now we’re the first pub with a nudist licence.

‘Making the calendar has been great fun and all proceeds after cost will go towards our local charity, St Mungo’s.

‘We had to turn lots of people down due to the limitations of a calendar. However, it was a tough call so the calendar actually runs for 16 months not 12.

‘That’s four free months! At the heart of it the Coach is a community pub and this is just another example of creating new experiences for people.’

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