Having your own personal bar in your backyard sounds like an absolute dream for most beer lovers.
The problem lies in the fact that it sounds fairly expensive as well.
Well, one man from Sheffield, England has paved the way like any good messiah, showing how easy* it is to make a back-garden bar made from wooden pallets.
Paul Nowak might look like any normal man, but it turns out he’s a Beero in disguise, in so much as providing an example for the masses to follow.
Paul likes woodwork, so when he got hold of a load of pallets, trays, and an assortment of things from a friend who own a pub, he set about realizing an inspiring vision.
Not only that, but he did it for the paltry sum of $112.
Speaking to TheLADBible, Paul explained: “It took me a couple of days after I got all the stuff I needed to knock it together. I’ve always liked woodwork, I should have done it when I left school but I never did.
“I’d put down some decking in the garden and I’ve always wanted a bar in the garden so I got some pallets and knocked it together.”
Paul’s creation went viral after he shared it to a Facebook group, and his feat is made all the more impressive by the fact that he says the whole thing cost him around £90 ($112).
“I got the pallets for nothing, the crates were nothing, 40 quid for the roof…with paint (about £30) it was 80 or 90 quid,” he said.
“My mate’s got his own bar so he gave me all the beer mats and that.”
The bar reportedly hasn’t got a name yet, but it does have everything else one might expect, including a wide range of beers and spirits. The pumps don’t work at the moment, but once they’re wired his beer will be flowing nicely.
Jealous yet? I certainly am.
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