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Backpack Bar for sale

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If I had $2500 going spare I'd buy this homemade backpack bar.

 

The backpack portable bar is an extremely portable CO2 powered alcohol and soda delivery system in the form of a self-contained backpack bar. The portable bar will dispense 2 types of soda (a total of 5 liters) and 4 types of alcohol (a total of 4 pints). Equipped with a standard bar dispensing nozzle that attaches to the server's arm, a full range of drinks can be served. Complete sound and lighting systems are also integrated on the aluminum backpack frame. A carrying apron keeps cups, mixers (lemon juice, grenadine, Tabasco , and chocolate syrup), stir sticks and other drink dispensing necessities close at hand.

 

Everything to mix drinks or deliver shots is on board either in the backpack system or apron. This is an extremely portable system and the entire backpack weighs just over 35 lbs when fully loaded with liquid.

 

All backpack components are prominently displayed on copper and aluminum racking with colored lights, black lights and glow in the dark features. Tubing and system components are encased in a fully removable black canvas and clear vinyl cover.

 

Fluid pressure is maintained with an onboard CO2 tank whose pressure is regulated down to approximately 4 PSI. Each 20 oz. tank of CO2 will deliver approximately 10 gallons of fluid before it will require replacement. All fluid is delivered through a convenient to attach hand held nozzle with multiple marked buttons for each type of alcohol and soda. Initially included on board are 7-Up, Coke, Jack Daniels, Jose Cuervo, Bacardi 151 and Absolut. Alcohol and soda types can be substituted but are not included with the purchase of the bar.

 

The onboard sound system includes a CD player and two side mounted 3� speakers. All sound controls are easily accessible from the top of main case.

 

An extensive lighting system is integrated into the backpack to highlight structural and liquid features. Magenta LEDs highlight the input tubing for the nozzle at the top of the case. A positional spotlight illuminates the regulator gauges. Vibration sensitive multi-colored LEDs are mounted near the top on both sides of the framing. White LEDs light up the side railing of the frame. Larger white bulbs backlight the alcohol bottles. Spotlights shine on the spinning disco ball. Color changing LEDs light up the bottle of clear soda. A 12� black light makes glow string shine along the manifold and tubing components. Most lights are controllable from shoulder mounted switches that give multiple lighting options. All power sources are located either directly at the lighting source or in mounted battery packs.

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Would be quite great at a party, just walking around serving people.

And glugging from the pipe.

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larger bars should have a team of tenders running around with these things so people don't have to wait for a drink at the bar...someone should mass produce these.

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Originally posted by nozaki@Nov 17 2005, 10:40 PM

larger bars should have a team of tenders running around with these things so people don't have to wait for a drink at the bar...someone should mass produce these.

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Originally posted by cloner+Nov 17 2005, 12:01 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (cloner - Nov 17 2005, 12:01 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Jackson@Nov 17 2005, 09:25 AM

just walking around serving people.

And glugging from the pipe.

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ahahahaha. well done.

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