Why go to a bar when you can build one yourself? During the American Royal World Series of BBQ, the world’s largest BBQ competition, a bunch of guys did just that and build their own bar.
George Dickel Tennessee Whisky hosted their Raising the Bar competition at the event to celebrate the beauty behind the hand crafted hard work. The rules were simple – six teams of three craftsmen had eight hours to build a badass bar from scratch. Competitors could build the bar using several tools, but the bar had to be capable of pouring a shot of George Dickel Whisky. The results are below:
Team Hotrod transformed a 1953 Chevrolet into a fully functioning bar complete with seats and a license plate that swing out to be stools with the push of a button. When you turn the steering wheel, a serving of George Dickel whisky flows down a funnel and into a shot glass
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