EBar Unveils New Version of its Pint Pouring Machine
Company is also eyeing another round of funding to meet international interest.
U.K.-based EBar rolled out a new version of its automated beer pouring kiosk last week.
The new units feature a number of cosmetic and performance upgrades.
The company is planning its next round of funding to meet demand its says its been getting from the U.S. and elsewhere around the globe.
I’ve been pretty blunt about how much I like the concept behind EBar. The company makes smart vending machines that pour pints of beer. That’s it. An EBar can pump out 300 pints in an hour and is meant for big events like soccer games, music festivals, etc.
Even better for the venue, EBar’s biz model is “beer as a service,” so machines roll into an event, pour beer and leave. EBar makes its money by taking a cut of revenues so there’s no upfront cost for the venue.
Now EBar has rolled out a new model of its machine, and is eyeing international expansion.
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