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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Keurig launches Drinkworks Home Bar, a pod-based cocktail delivery machine Similar to the Keurig Coffee Maker, the Drinkworks Home Bar uses pods to make cocktails, beer and mixers. The machine costs $299, with each pod costing $3.99 individually or $15.99 for four. There are currently 24 drinks available – including Mojitos [...]
Drinkworks Home Bar mixes up pod-based cocktails from AB InBev and Keurig The Drinkworks Home Bar wants to make you a mean Old Fashioned. All you'll need to do is insert the proper pod into this new countertop appliance and hit start. Think of the Home Bar as a Keurig for cocktails, an apt comparison in this case as Keurig [...]
Keurig's New Cocktail Machine Will Be On Every Drinker's Christmas List This Year collaboration with Keurig) recently released a machine it's calling the Drinkworks Home Bar by Keurig, designed to give drinkers “bar-quality beverages at home” by using pods similar to those used to make coffee to make cocktails, beer, and mixers [...]
Keurig Applies Its Pod-Based Drink Machinery to Cocktails option too (Mmmm, beer…). Though since all the alcohol and mixer concentrate comes in the proprietary pod, we can imagine some enterprising types buying them separately to make Jell-O shots, or something like that. At $3.99 or so, they beat bar [...]
Get a little peachy with a skinny twist on your classic Mint Julep with Rita’s & Tina’s™ Peach Julep KOLD™ pod cocktail mixer. Lounge™ introduces the copper mug classic, Moscow Mule KOLD™ pod cocktail mixer. Simply place the pod into the Keurig® KOLD™ drinkmaker to make the cocktail mix, add two ounces of your favorite vodka, and enjoy. With a balance of bitters, cane sugar, and hints of muddled orange and cherry flavors, Union St. Lounge™ Old Fashioned KOLD™ pod cocktail mixer is sure to hit the spot. “We’re excited to expand the variety of cocktail mixers now being offered alongside the Keurig KOLD drinkmaker,” said Tara Murphy, Senior Vice President of Keurig KOLD.
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 would pursue such an endeavor. The companies, for now focusing on the North American market, say that they intend to use Keurig's cold-system technology as a base for the technology, though with the focus on beer, spirits, cocktails and mixers. He also worked in various packaging and marketing roles, in addition to his stint as a brewmaster early in his career.
Kickstarter / ScreengrabCocktail culture is huge right now.But cocktails — with their bitters, syrups, and fancy sugars — are complex. Enter Bartesian, the 'Keurig for Cocktails' that's now raising funds on Kickstarter. Founded by Canadian entrepreneurs Bryan Fedorak and Jason Neevel, the $299 device will make you a margarita in a matter of seconds.Bryan came by the Business Insider office last week to show us how it works. Here's what we found. View As:...
Making a glass of Coke at home will soon be possible, if you don't mind paying more than $300 for a machine that sits on your kitchen countertop. Plus an extra dollar or so per drink.Keurig Green Mountain says it will start selling a machine Tuesday that makes single servings of cold beverages including Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper and flavored seltzer waters. The machine is similar in concept to Keurig's brewers, which let people make cups of coffee and tea by inserting a pod into the machine...
Seltzer is suddenly sexy.Long a favorite in Europe but ignored in the U.S., sparkling water consumption among Americans is now surging. Sales have increased 42% over the last five years and continue to grow. The trend has propelled stocks like La Croix-parent National Beverage (NASDAQ:FIZZ) and SodaStream International (NASDAQ:SODA) -- which has pivoted from soda to a sparkling water brand -- to new heights.As the chart below shows, both stocks have surged this...
Facebook/KeurigKeurig Green Mountain's next big thing is its cold-drink maker. Called the Kold, its going to be rolled out nationally next year. Right now its available on the company's website and in a few retailers.Keurig faces a saturated market for its hot drink brewing machines, which means a lot is riding on the Kold — which can deliver a carbonated, chilled beverage in 90 seconds without using a CO2 canister. That trick could give the Kold an edge over rivals like...