A Newcastle-based theatrical brand, which transforms cocktails into out-of-this-world creations, has been given a starring role at Disneyland’s newest attraction.
The Californian theme park has just unveiled its new $1bn Star Wars-inspired Galaxy’s Edge.
And, along with rides and exhibits, Galaxy’s Edge houses Oga’s Cantina; Disneyland’s first alcohol-serving bar, which has provided a boost for a Newcastle-based business.
JetChill, at Kingston Park, is a theatrical mixology company which specialises in transforming alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks with dry ice, using a counter-top machine.
Already in use in theme parks, restaurants, bars and hotels worldwide the JetChill machine is now adding a little sci-fi, Star Wars magic at the new, 14-acre attraction.
The contract is Jetchill’s second collaboration with Disneyland, following a successful debut of its machines at the Pixar Pier at the start of 2019.
The JetChill dry ice machine is sold exclusively through London Bar and Kitchen, which has offices in Newcastle and London and provides glassware, crockery, bar and cocktail supplies to the hospitality industry.
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