Breathable Booze: The Air Is Intoxicating At Alcoholic Architecture

Avatar:
Harrison Williams
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
3
Alcoholic Architecture

undefined

Photography by Marcus Peel and Ann Charlott Ommedal

It sounds strange, I know, but breathing in your cocktail is definitely a thing and it makes for a unique venue when it comes to the local bar scene. At Alcoholic Architecture, the new pop-up bar from Bompas & Parr, the air is literally infused with alcohol. Located on the grounds of an ancient monastery, the theme involves "an alcoholic weather system for your tongue where meteorology and mixology collide," creating an atmosphere that will definitely give you a buzz.

The creators of this new bar aim to combine the aesthetic of the location into their distinct theme as well. The drink menu references the ancient monastery where the bar is held, which is an old market where ships from the West Indies would unload. The beer and spirits list is completely comprised of libations created by monks like Chartreuse, Benedictine, Trappist beer and Buckfast, a wine that is rumored to becoming banned in Scotland due to its high concentration of alcohol and caffeine. The bar offers an elegant ambience with a touch of modern technology which helps it stand out as an attraction that is not to be overlooked.

Alcoholic Architecture is located at Borough Market, London and will be open till January 2016. View photos of the venue below.

Alcoholic Architecture

undefined

Photography by Marcus Peel and Ann Charlott Ommedal

Alcoholic Architecture

undefined

Photography by Marcus Peel and Ann Charlott Ommedal

Alcoholic Architecture

undefined

Photography by Marcus Peel and Ann Charlott Ommedal

Alcoholic Architecture

undefined

Photography by Marcus Peel and Ann Charlott Ommedal

Alcoholic Architecture

undefined

Photography by Marcus Peel and Ann Charlott Ommedal

Alcoholic Architecture

undefined

Photography by Marcus Peel and Ann Charlott Ommedal