Chic mixology: Forbes Industries launches new bar carts

The Mixology Carts by Forbes with Chris Adams line comes in five models. Photo credit: Forbes Industries

Forbes Industries has partnered with mixologist Chris Adams to design a series of mobile mixology carts that can be used for pop-up events or within restaurant settings.

The carts are meant to create Instagrammable moments hotel guests can share on social media networks, driving engagement, attracting new event attendees and bringing in additional revenue streams.

Five Options

The Mixology Carts by Forbes with Chris Adams line comes in five models, each with three price points: Elite, Executive and Essentials. All options come with a butcher block work surface or a black/white polyethylene work surface (depending on model), but the Executive and Elite versions have upgrades like a flip-out amenity drawer to store napkins and stirrers, while the Elite version has a built-in condiment station with condiment tray or mason jars.     

The fashion-forward Tropical Mixology Cart blends hardwood and steel. The Executive and Elite models for this line are constructed with a stainless steel cabinet and clad in weather-resistant tropical hardwood, making them suitable for outdoor use. 

The Foss cart has clean lines and is available in a range of finish options to suit different environments.

The Santa Fe cart has a vintage look with a distinctive X-frame design, fluted push handle and two bicycle wheels. The decorative handle gives the cart a unique appeal.

The Rustica carts are constructed with a powder-coated steel frame and veneer exterior. It features Forbes' specially sourced vintage-style 4-inch casters with polyurethane tread to prevent floor damage.

The frame of the the Cartwheel Wine Cart provides fits well in any classic or contemporary environment. The cart comes with built-in wine storage and built-in stemware holders.

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