Mobile Bar Version 2.0

February 25, 2015

Mobile Bar Version 2.0

The new mobile bar.

As we continue down the event and festival road we have found our existing bar more and more inconvenient.

So the task to build a better bar was undertaken. As with most great projects we had an image in our head, a great design if you will.. The downside as per usual was our complete inability to construct said idea.

On consultation with our resident retired builder (dad) we modified our plan (apparently the laws of physics must be obeyed pfft). In the end we found a happy medium in where, we were happy with the design and Dad was happy that it could be built. #winning!

What we have now is a compact and portable bar that runs 4 taps through a temprite system. We have flooded fonts a plumbed drip tray and it has wheels!!! As far as mobile bars go its pretty pimping!

The plan is to build a second unit to accompany this one on it journeys across the countrysides but finances will always dictate that timeframe.

Weddings and parties will also be a big focus for us moving forward. If you know anyone looking for awesome beer on tap at their next function, please make sure you drop our name

Nice but cumbersome, It did us proud but took hours, I mean HOURS! to setup and pack up

Nice but cumbersome, It did us proud but took hours, I mean HOURS! to setup and pack up

Mobile Bar Version 2.0, It packs a lot of awesomeness in a tiny package :-)

Mobile Bar Version 2.0, It packs a lot of awesomeness in a tiny package






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