Bartesian is a just like a Keurig, but for mixed drinks. Can it compete with a real bartender? We put it to the test.
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Do Any of These Keurig Wannabes Actually Work Like a Keurig? but the product isn't available for purchase at the moment. Is it really like a Keurig? Somabar doesn't quite meet the efficiency requirements necessary to justify purchasing a product like this. Users fill up the pods themselves, and if a cold [...]
AB InBev and Keurig Are Teaming Up to Build an At-Home Alcohol Maker On Friday AB InBev (bud, +0.46%) and JAB Holding Company-backed Keurig said the venture would focus on the research and development of an in-home alcohol drink system—confirming rumors that the brewer behind big brands like Bud Light and Stella Artois [...]
Keurig Is Making a Machine That Brews Alcohol First, there was the famous Keurig coffee maker. Then, there were the pods of cold medicine brewed in your Keurig. The "Keurig for cookies," a.k.a. the CHiP Smart Cookie Maker almost took us over the edge, until this news: Keurig is working on [...]
The Pro's Guide to Making Cold-Brew Coffee at Home Before I discovered cold brew, I was brewing (if you can even call it that) K-cup coffee over ice. Sad, watery Keurig iced coffee was all I knew in the summer months. And while I occasionally splurged on a Starbucks iced coffee here and there, that's [...]
WATERBURY, VT -- Keurig Green Mountain Inc. is partnering with Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), the maker of Budweiser and Corona beer, to develop an in-home cup-at-a-time alcoholic drink system. The collaboration will build on the Keurig's short-lived Kold beverage machine, which made cold drinks, and Belgium-based AB InBev's brewing and packaging technology, to produce beer, spirits, cocktails and mixers. Employees for the joint venture will come from the current AB InBev and Keurig teams. Last June, after only 10 months on the market, Keurig Green Mountain discontinued its Kold system.
(Keurig) (NASDAQ: GMCR), a personal beverage system company that has revolutionized the way consumers create and enjoy beverages, expands its Keurig® KOLD™ beverage lineup with two new cocktail mixer brands, just in time for holiday family and... These two new brands deliver a whole new level of in-home entertaining flexibility with premium margarita and mojito beverage mixers, all fresh-made cold, on demand and ready to enjoy with the addition of your choice of spirits. “Keurig KOLD makes in-home bartending and entertaining so simple and easy with ready-on-demand, precisely crafted cold, non-alcoholic cocktail mixers,” said Tara Murphy, Senior Vice President of Keurig KOLD. “From refreshing, light sparkling waters to craft sodas to iced teas and now, perfectly blended cold cocktail mixers, Keurig KOLD brings cold beverage spontaneity and variety to your home and all your holiday gatherings.
It’s the summer, and that means you’ll probably need to suck down a few cool drinks in these hot and humid temperatures. So we’ve assembled a list of items to help you do just that. It’s also a great guide for anyone in your life that loves the fine art of crafting a damned good drink. Cheers!Aeropress Coffee MakerCoffee-based cocktails are some of the best around (especially when you want something warm in the winter), but often it’s a pain in the ass to brew up a full pot just for a couple...
Skip the Frappuccinos, and take advice from some professionals.Starbucks: love it or hate it, everyone ends up in ventimochalatteland from time to time. Whether it’s a pit spot on a road trip or the only thing in your office building, sometimes it’s your best option. Even when you’re the proprietor of a coffee establishment of your own.We asked 6 baristas, coffee experts, and beverage directors from cafes across the country for their Starbucks order—because while we all know there are better...
In 1998, Keurig introduced a way to take a fairly simple task — brewing coffee at home — and make it even easier. The company’s single-serve coffee maker was a hit among individuals who didn’t want to take the time to dump grounds and water into a percolator or think in advance about how many cups of joe they might want to drink. Ever since then, established companies and start-ups alike have been trying to recapture the magic of making a ton of money off a device that is hardly necessary to...
(GMG) - Whether it’s your life-blood and you can’t even think about starting your day without a cup, or you’re just a casual sipper, coffee can mean a lot of different things to different people. For Stefanie Smith, the owner of a small coffee shop inside the Flint Farmers Market, which is about 70 miles north of Detroit, coffee reminds her of the warm cups she’d share with her mother as a little girl. Or, a toasty drink will transport her back to her grandmother’s house, which sits...