The Bar

Spirits:
Peach Schnapps, Vodka, Gin, Coconut Rum, White Rum, Amaretto, Coffee Liquor, Triple Sec, Blue Curaçao

Mixers:
Cranberry Juice, Orange Juice, Milk, Pineapple Juice, Grapefruit Juice, Lemon Juice, Pomegranate Juice, Red Grape Juice

Cocktails:
The Inebriator – Signature cocktail of awesomeness spat into a glass…
Pineapple Slap – Amaretto, Rum, Blue Curacao and Pineapple Juice
Identity Crisis – Amaretto, Grape Juice, Coconut Rum and Peach Schnapps
White Russian – Vodka, Coffee Liqueur and Milk
Day at the Beach – Coconut Rum, Amaretto, Orange Juice and Pomegranate
Soylent Green – Vodka, Blue Curacao and Orange Juice
Peach Dreamer – Rum, Peach Schnapps, Orange Juice and Pomegranate
Cosmopolitan – Vodka, Triple Sec, Lemon and Cranberry Juice
Voodoo – Coffee Liqueur and Milk
Hawaiian Orange – Gin, Triple Sec, Orange and Pineapple Juice
Sea Breeze – Vodka, Cranberry and Grapefruit Juice
Blue Lagoon – Vodka, Blue Curacao, Triple Sec and Pineapple Juice
Sex on the Beach – Vodka, Peach Schnapps, Orange and Cranberry Juice
Screaming Orgasm – Vodka, Coffee Liqueur, Amaretto and Milk
Perfect Parnum – Vodka, Peach Schnapps, Coconut Rum and Orange Juice

51 thoughts on “The Bar

  1. U should definetely add sambuka to your liquer list, it is part of the most awesome shots in the entire planet, b-52, and the blue flame that sambuka, especially black sambuka, when is lit is just amazing. You should try to incorporate this to your machine, to make flaming coctails! Anyway I was wondering… I am not an engineer, can I create a version of your Inebriator? And apart from that, I work as a nightclub maitre back in Greece and I may be interested in your machine. Would you sell it or a copy of it? And how much would it cost? Thank you, and keep up the good work!
    Love from Greece!

    • Not so sure about adding Sambuca. Worked for years as a bartender and can tell you that I only had to use it once, and it was just a shot. And a B-52 doesn’t have Sambuca in it.

      • I think I agree, we actually took tequila out and swapped for amaretto on it’s second outing because the tequila cocktails weren’t very popular, I suspect sambuca will be even less popular.

        I have a couple of ideas for a layered shot machine, so definately need to explore them, will most likely be a seperate machine to The Inebriator though.

        • What!? you took the tequila out and put Amaretto in ew
          Amaretto sucks ass why does nobody these days appreciate tequila for the god it’s, sorry just needed to rant at that.

      • I think he’s getting the b-52 and the b-53 mixed up. As the B-53 has sambuca, kahlua and grand marnier.

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      • Saw the vid and I loved it. From one engineer to another, kudos. I make props as a hobby . I will not copy your design… I just want to build one. There anyway we can chat? If so email me back. If you can see my email tag.

    • Since you have been so unhelpful providing us with a price and product availability and I can see there is large demand. I will be flying out to our manufacturing plant in China tomorrow and will commence production with our version.
      Thanks for the idea

      • Its just a hobby project for us, there are already clones out there, however they tend to simplify the design heavily so in our opinion no where near as good. Generally I feel there is a very limited market for them, and with the amount of maintenance not particularly practical for home users. Bars may have more of a use and better equipped for the maintenance, but i think they would just be a fad, and out of fashion extremely quickly. I’ll stick with my day job.

  3. Are these machines up for sale yet? Please email back with a production time. Would be interested in a few. Thanks

  4. Where’s the ice, Where’s the flaming Sambuca’s and whats with the name, needs to be simple also how do you stop fizzy mixers going flat.

  5. You should bring it to kickstarter this project will be massive. Even so you can do kits. produce the boards + chips as closesource incl. instructions and then sell kits and so on. Many guys have DIY CNC’s you should get an patent for it and then do some reselling business and expand worldwide by getting partners.

  6. Is there a way you could make it customisable so u could put in recipes of other cocktails and swap out the bottles for other spirits or mixers and just tell the machine that this bottle is in slot 1 ect….

    Also I know you don’t want to say a price but do you think it will be too expensive to have at home ?

    • At the moment the mixers and spirits are defined in an xml file on an sd card, they can easily be edited as required to change position, or spirits etc. The cocktails are stored in a separate xml file which defines the ingredients, order and quantity for each cocktail, this can also easily be changed. Eventually it will all be replaced with an android tablet based console which will make things even simpler.

      At the moment the project is still very much a hobby, we dont have a clue how much such a system would cost to produce commercially. In its current design it would most likely be prohibitively expensive for the average home user. Unfortunately both myself and Ian don’t have the spare time required to turn the system into something that could be commercialised at the moment, so we are continuing development on it as a hobby for the time being.

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