The NuevoBar Automatic Cocktail Maker heads to Kickstarter


We’ve covered gadgets that help get you up in the mornings and ones that keep tabs on your fitness. The NuevoBar does neither, and falls on the other side of the tracks as it’s all about the alcohol and it promises to make you the perfect cocktail every time.

A lot of us enjoy having a drink every now and again, and the NuevoBar is an automatic cocktail maker that can take the guesswork out of mixing your favorite concoction. We’ve all had “weak” drinks and as great as it is to have a generous bartender, it can result in a short night and isn’t always the best idea. Enter the NuevoBar…

The NuevoBar can choose from around 1,500 pre-loaded recipes so it’s definitely capable of producing your favorite drink as long as you have the ingredients on hand. If you’re thinking, “I’ve seen this before” you’re probably right as there are machines that can do the same thing. That said, the NuevoBar is actually portable and small, so it won’t look out of place on your counter top and you can take it with you if you want to do a bit of drinking outdoors. It also won’t break the bank.

The NuevoBar cocktail maker is live on Kickstarter and there are a couple of different models available. The cheapest version will set you back $250CAD which translates to around $228 in the states. This version works in conjunction with your smartphone and the NuevoBar app to mix the drinks. For the “Early Bird” price of $270CAD or $246 you can get the touchscreen model that can be used sans smartphone as it’s pre-programmed with drinks.


If you entertain a lot or just enjoy a well-mixed beverage, the NuevoBar may be just the thing for you. There are 44 days left in the campaign at the time of this writing, and the creator is looking for $15,000 to bring the portable bar to the masses. The first units are expected to ship out December, and you can find out more about the device or pick one up at the link below.

NuevoBar Kickstarter

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