EBar featured in The Guardian article

Summer 2023 has been EBar’s busiest and most successful trading period since its launch, and now its scaled-up presence and game-changing impact on events drinks dispensing is the focus of an article in The Guardian.


Nick Beeson, Managing Director and co-founder of EBar, spoke with the Guardian’s Helen Pidd to discuss the latest iteration of EBar’s self-serve automated drinks kiosk which has been dispensing fast and keg-fresh pints to thirsty fans. Deploying at major sports and live entertainment venues, and notably at greenfield sites across the UK, EBar kiosks have poured hundreds of thousands of pints from major beer and cider brands such as Amstel, Heineken and Strongbow.


Nick also talked about the latest EBar innovations – a new auto-cup loader and fast-pour nozzle for Guinness – and how EBar is providing a solution for bar and catering operations at events and venues suffering a “fundamental shortage of people who are skilled at pouring pints.”

Nick went on to say “EBars are a productivity solution for an industry that is struggling to hire and retain staff in the face of stiff competition from other sectors. They were conceived, designed and are built in the UK so when you buy a perfect pint from an EBar you are supporting a British start-up.

So far this summer, EBars have been successfully deployed at the Ashes series, at Manchester International Festival, at the Black Deer Festival of Americana in Kent, at Doncaster, York and Newmarket racecourses and at major stadium gigs from the Principality Stadium and St James’ Park, to Murrayfield and Twickenham.

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