Apollo 70 Airstream Bar

Mar 14, 2014

Category: Rides, Showcase

When you’re really looking to impress at your next corporate event, do so with the Apollo 70 Airstream Bar – an airstream trailer that has been completely transformed into a mobile bar.

We’ve always had an affinity for Airstream trailers, but renovating your Land Yacht, and transforming it into a party trailer? Now that’s something that never crossed on our minds. Thankfully this beauty isn’t owned by some lucky dude who just gets to sit back and enjoy it while we all drool. In fact, team at Apollo 70 rent the Airstream out to anyone (anyone willing to pay of course) for events. The bar on wheels comes complete with a fully stocked bar, televisions, and a courteous staff to ensure all of your guest’s are properly taken care of. Not only does this bar offer up locally sourced craft beers and cocktails, but can also transform into a full-fledged food truck, serving everything from the finest Belgium chocolates to gourmet street food. [Purchase]

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