New Keurig Machine Makes Mixed Drinks Instead of Coffee [VIDEO]
Forget the Wild Mountain Blueberry Coffee or the Macadamia Cookie Coffee (although that one does sound intriguing) because Keurig is brewing up something new.
Or maybe we should say "mixing" up something new. Keurig cocktails.
Keurig has joined forces with Anheuser-Busch InBev to create the Drinkworks Home Bar, a machine that will effortlessly concoct a cocktail using a pod.
The Drinkworks website touts the machine's ability to make perfectly-proportioned cocktails, beers, and ciders with just the push of a button, leaving party hosts the opportunity to tend to their guests rather than tending bar.
According to the website, the new high tech bartender is currently only available in St. Louis, Missouri as part of a pilot program but should be more readily available to purchase this summer.
The cost is $299, with drink pods ranging from $4 to $7 per serving.