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Robot Bartenders? By Barzz.Net     By john Carter 05/03/2017


 

Are robots really that far away from making your next cocktail behind the bar? The digital age has transformed our lives in countless ways how we interact and transact with one another. Among these innovations are automated methods of completing transactions which were otherwise performed by people    Read More


New Bar Openings – Philadelphia 2017     By john Carter 05/03/2017


 

Recently we travelled around Philly to find the best sports bars for watching the city’s wildly successful inaugural hosting of the NFL Draft. Today we look at several New Bar Openings – Philadelphia2017 venues that should grace your future plans for a night out on the town. The new 24 Wood Fired     Read More


How Cool Is Your Beer?     By john Carter 05/03/2017


 

The end of Prohibition was formalized in December of 1933 with the 21st Amendment ratification. Unfortunately, Oklahoma failed to receive that memo as Prohibition remained in place for Oklahomans until 1959. Even until 1984, it was illegal to offer liquor by the drink. More recently last year, O    Read More


Virginia Draws the Line At Sangria     By john Carter 05/03/2017


 

Prohibition officially ended in the United States on Dec 5, 1933 with the ratification of the 21st Amendment. Virginia responded the following year by establishing the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control and legalizing the consumption of beverages with up to 3.2% alcohol content.    Read More


New Bar Openings – NYC 2017     By john Carter 04/26/2017


 

The M.O.A.B. news story took everyone by storm the other day with its maiden voyage in East Afghanistan. While we don’t have anything nearly as destructive, we do have some possible maiden voyages of the drinking variety. If you’re in NYC and looking to kick back with a cocktail at someplace new    Read More


Make America Great Again     By john Carter 04/26/2017


 

The Donald Trump effect continues to manifest itself in unusual ways as the NY Post reports a man has sued the NYC West Village bar, The Happiest Hour, for refusing service because he was wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat. According to the lawsuit, the plaintiff Gregory Piatek claims he “wa    Read More


Get Your Buzz On Bars With The BARZZ App     By john Carter 04/26/2017


 

You are ready for a night out to catch the game but want a bar with at least 9 TVs including the NFL Ticket package. You don’t feel like breaking the bank so would like to find a place with cheap beer specials. Your significant other plans to join later and would like to enjoy a refreshing craft coc    Read More


Top 10 Scotch Whisky Brands     By bismil 04/09/2017


 

Whisky is the world`s leading drink that records heavy demand in comparison to other spirits in the world market. Blended Scotch whiskies account for more than 95% of all Scotch whisky sold in the markets across the world.     Read More


Quick Review of The Husky Mini Fridge     By Lily Alvin 04/06/2017


 

The Husky's mini bar fridges are usually among those which are preferred to be used in pubs, bars or restaurants. The best beer fridges are typically equipped with auto defrosting, which are also known as frost free models. The Husky's mini bar fridges usually have many advantages, and it could hav    Read More


Safety Precautions Tips While Drinking Alcohol     By bismil 03/21/2017


 

Alcohol that is widely consumed affects different people in different ways. Small amounts can be relaxing and enjoyable. However, drinking increases the risks associated with alcohol. One effect of drinking alcohol is that it slows down the action of the central nervous system, lowers heart and brea    Read More



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