A Shipping Container Bar Would Really Tie Your Man Cave Together

The Honomobar might be the best thing to come out of Canada since maple syrup.

The Honomobar (courtesy of www.honomobo.com.)
The Honomobar (courtesy of www.honomobo.com.)

Money, they say, can’t buy you happiness. Unless of course, you’d find happiness in owning a 100-square-foot portable pop-up bar housed in a shipping container. In that case, you’re covered because you can buy the Honomobar for $20,000.

Created by Canadian design firm Honomobo, the Honomobar can be set up nearly anywhere and comes complete with a three-foot cedar overhang, a butcher block bar top made of Canadian fir and a black aluminum roll shutter for locking up. (Cases of Labatt not included, eh). Available for shipping anywhere in North America, the limited-edition Honomobar can be reserved now with a $1,000 deposit.

To show off how high the Honomobar has truly, wink wink, “set the bar,” Honomobo brought one of the models to Fortress Mountain in the Canadian Rockies. Here’s what happened:


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