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Why You Should Invest in a Home Bar Today

Many people love spending an evening with friends or family at their local, something that current circumstances has unfortunately put on pause throughout the year.

But whilst the doors to your favourite pub are closed, there is nothing stopping you from creating your very own at home.

Home bars are quickly becoming more popular. By implementing your own bar, you can enjoy your favourite drinks from the comfort of your own home.  You get to stock your bar with whatever you want and enjoy it, without having to worry about designated drivers or closing times.

Here are all the reasons you should invest in a home bar, and how Adams Gas can help.

Home Bar

Save Money on Drinking Out

The initial investment of a home bar might be pricey, but it will actually put money back in your pocket in the long run. When you have your own bar, you only pay for the drink itself – or the ingredients when you brew your own – you don’t have to worry about service charges.

Stocking your home bar doesn’t have to break the bank, especially if you want to brew your own beer to serve. There are so many ways to create your home bar that will suit every style and budget.

Plus – you don’t have to worry about travel either.

Enjoy a Bar During Lockdown

With all pubs and bars having closed their doors in November, now is the perfect time to install your very own home bar. You can relax from work – whether you’re working from home or not – and enjoy a cold, refreshing beer in your very own bar, regardless of restrictions. You and your loved ones can unwind and enjoy nights in from the comfort of your own home.

Even when life returns to normal and bars open their doors, you will still have the choice of going out or staying in when you fancy a drink.

Stock Your Favourites

For beer lovers, there is nothing worse than getting to a pub and realising you like nothing they have on tap.

When you’re responsible for stocking your own bar, this is something you don’t need to worry about. At your bar, you stock only what you want to drink, so it’s always there waiting for you. Make your home bar truly yours by stocking it full of your favourite drinks, whether it’s wines, liquors or home-brewed beer.

Home Brewed Beers

Enjoy A Drink With Family and Friends

Whilst we cannot spend time with family as freely as we would like to right now, once restrictions are lifted slightly in the coming months, there is a great opportunity to invite your friends and family round for a tipple in your very own bar. Whilst pubs and bars are great, there’s nothing quite like enjoying some genuine quality time with friends and family in the privacy of your own home. It’s the perfect way to enjoy a catch up with friends and family who have been unable to visit you in person for a long time.

Whether you’re inviting life-long friends for a home-brewed beer, or hosting a family get together, your home bar can act as a genuine social hub for your closest friends and family. It’s also worth noting that children don’t have to be left out too, you could choose to install a soda machine as part of your overall home bar, so no one has to be left out!

Beer Gas from Adams Gas

Suppose you’ve been convinced that a home bar is right for you. In that case, you need to consider what kind of drinks you’ll serve there. Brewing your own beer is a cost-effective way to drink it, allows you to get creative with flavours and can even give you a great way to make extra money by selling it, or providing you with homemade gifts to give out at Christmas. Brewing your own beer isn’t as tricky as it sounds, and Adams Gas can help.

Beer Gas

We can provide you with a range of rent-free bar gas cylinders that are perfectly suited to home users. Adams Gas have carbon dioxide, carbon dioxide/nitrogen mix cylinders that are easy to handle and store. Our range of home bar gas is perfect for your home brewery creations, and our range of beer gas can help improve the taste of your beer, extend its life and improve its overall presentation. Contact us today to find out more about our range of gases and how we can help you bring your home brewed beer to life.