Butler3000 Robot Bartender Making Its Portland Debut at PIE PDX

The Butler3000 will debut in Portland at the PIE (Portland Incubator Experiment) Happy Hour, August 29, 2014.

Portland, OR August 28, 2014


The Butler3000 will debut in Portland at the PIE Happy Hour, August 29, 2014. The Butler3000 robot bartender is completely controlled from the users tablet and has no external controls. The machine was designed for years of industrial use.

Each Butler3000 can be used by any number of individuals. A user can use their own tablet to pour a beverage. The machine can also be password protected to allow only guests with the pass phase to use it.

The Butler3000 features a unique dispenser which seals the bottles. The last drink is as fresh as the first drink. The bottles snap on an off easily. The Butler3000 robot bartender has almost no screws. All the parts can be popped off in seconds and cleaned with soapy water. The entire assembly is waterproof. The base is designed for easy placement of the standard 16 ounce red Solo cup.

The Butler3000 robot bartender is hand-made in America. The Red Oak custom base is water-sealed for years of use. The electronics are concealed deep under the base ensuring that they are safe from moister. The built-in computer hosts a wi-fi adapter for connecting to any computer, tablet or phone. On installation, a client may chose to have the Butler3000 configured with its own router. This security feature ensures the robot bartender continues to work even when not connected to the internet.

Vistors to tryme.butler3000.com can try out the helpful interface and mix a trial beverage. 15 seconds later, the demo will inform the user the pouring is completed. The robot bartender will come preloaded with popular beverages. An administration menu allows the owner to add custom beverages, in both ounces and millimeters.

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