Spirits On Ice: Famous Fictional Bars from Movies and TV

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Spirits On Ice elevates chilled drinks thanks to perfectly round ice balls made by the Spirit Ice Vice ice ball machine. Our ice ball maker is the essential accessory for restaurants, bars, and home-based mixologists who want to take their signature cocktails to new heights. In today’s blog, Spirits On Ice talks about some of the most famous fictional bars from movies and TV.

Cheers

Perhaps the most recognizable bar on TV is Cheers, the long-running comedy from the 1980s. The theme song is catchy. The colorful cast of characters includes Diane, a waitress who eventually falls in love with Sam, the bar’s owner. Norm the barfly runs up an enormous tab, and a fact-filled postman named Cliff Claven always talks up a storm. Like Cheers, everyone will know your name with a customized Spirit Ice Vice from Spirits On Ice.

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Mos Eisley Cantina

In Star Wars from 1977, Luke Skywalker begins his journey to fight the evil Galactic Empire at Mos Eisley Cantina. It’s a raucous and loud place, filled with all kinds of aliens. It’s here we first see Han Solo and Chewbacca. We also get a first glance at Obi-Wan Kenobi’s swordsmanship as he protects Luke. If we made our own special edition of Star Wars, a Spirit Ice Vice ice ball maker from Spirits On Ice would sit prominently on the bar. 

Moe’s Tavern

Moe’s Tavern is where the citizens of Springfield hang out after (and sometimes during) work on The Simpsons. Bart Simpson frequently torments Moe by placing prank calls and asking if certain people are there. Bart called for I.P. Freely, Jacques Strap, Al Coholic, Seymour Butz, and Amanda Hugginkiss, among others. One prank call backfires when a man named Hugh Jass was actually in the bar when Moe’s Tavern was a hopping place. Perhaps Moe finally bought a Spirit Ice Vice from Spirits On Ice to draw more patrons to his watering hole.

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The Three Broomsticks 

The Three Broomsticks is a favorite hangout of Harry, Hermione, and Ron when they travel to the village of Hogsmeade in the Harry Potter series of books and movies. This pub serves the best butterbeer in the wizarding world. Adults who come to The Three Broomsticks enjoy firewhisky, gillywater, and oak-matured mead. Harry comes here to find out crucial information from characters who don’t want to be caught. The pub is also very popular, probably because of Madam Rosemerta’s homely touches and when she makes ice balls with her Spirit Ice Vice.

See the Spirit Ice Vice from Spirits On Ice

Spirits On Ice and the Spirit Ice Vice ice ball maker offer the perfect start and finish for the perfect drink, whether you manage or own a restaurant, watering hole, or home-based bar, or intergalactic eatery. Contact us today or give us a call at (513) 932-1250 to see what our ice ball machine can do for your bar or restaurant.

Owners of Spirits On Ice

Meet the Owners of Spirits On Ice

Kent & Kim Coomer are the husband and wife team behind Spirits On Ice. The Coomers purchased D&E Machine Company in 1990 before turning it into Spirits On Ice, the manufacturer of the Spirit Ice Vice ice ball press. Kent’s background is in custom-machining items out of metal, while Kim has decades of management and relationship-building experience. Together, Kent and Kim engineer a high-quality machine that quickly and efficiently creates customizable ice balls for drinks. The ice ball delivers more than a clear way to chill a beverage. It provides an experience for your guests, whether at home, in a restaurant or bar, or at the 19th hole of the golf course.

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