Over the Christmas period Buzz Batch were asked to create and help design the very unique Moet & Chandon Glorifiers for a promotion.
The scope was to create a movable bottle stand that felt premium and grand, yet light and able to be transported between guests tables. We decided on using a mirror finish gold acrylic which we laser cut and hand formed to create the two tier structure. The top tier housed an LED light running off a built in battery. The bottom tier has a slide out drawer which held the promotional baubles for the guests.
The top of the structure was decorated with an array of high end spheres giving the effect of ‘effervescence’.
If you are out at a venue in Australia and see one of the glorifiers we’ve made, make sure to tag us!
Buzz Batch had the privilege of helping our mates at PREPAC move into a new premises used as their office and showroom.
The partition walls were ripped out and floors polished back to full exposed concrete & sealed with a penetrating sealer. The stair case was stripped and steel painted in gloss black. A space was then created under the stairs out of a perforated steel panel which also doubled as a balustrade.
A custom melamine faced ply was used to construct the kitchen, featuring stainless one-piece bench tops, mirror splash backs and all the best accessories available including ZIP hot and chilled water, La marzocco Mini, LG single draw dishwashers and an LG induction microwave.
The top floor office received a recoat of satin black japan polyurethane, fresh white walls and the ceiling panels refinished in Black for a contrasting effect.
The end result is a super clean and funky space. if you’re looking for packaging check out Prepac and also their other company EARTHKYND for composting solutions!
Buzz was delighted to be commissioned to fit-out the One drop Spirits bar and also upgrade their ground floor draught tap wall. The spirits bar space started off as an office space which was being under utilised. The owners had a brilliant idea to create a space to host functions and also showcase their spirits from the in house distillery.
The fitout started off with commercial grade r11 vinyl flooring being laid and a full stainless steel frame for the L shaped bar. One drop decided on a beautiful rattan bar front with gloss black timber frames. The top serving bar was constructed of a mitred cararra marble with a stainless steel work bench behind.
The bar was kitted out with a beautiful brass Andale 4 tap flooded font. 2 welded in sinks, a huge insulated ice well and ample glass dishwasher trays. The back wall received a custom built steel shelf, finished in metallic gold, with timber shelving and gold glass racks.
The rest of the space got a spruce up with some heavy coats of Matt black paint, gloss black VJ panelling on the lower halves of the walls and a heap of greenery!
Heading downstairs, the tiles were removed from the back bar and replaced with a custom one piece Mirror finished gold stainless splash back and a new drip tray featuring jug rinsers and 2 shelves for bottle storage.
The rest of the space was filled out by reusing the 40 gallon drums used for the production of their beers. These were flipped upside down, sprayed in satin black and fitted with a laminate ply top!
give us a bell if you’re looking at fitting out your bar space ! Buzz.
Buzz Batch was contacted to create a premium oyster experience for the brand East 33 – Sydney Rock Oysters. With short notice over the December period, we located an existing build that was a decent base to start with. Upon delivery for the unit, a lot of work quickly appeared!
The trailer had hydraulic issues, a non compliant staircase, cheap quality fittings and very poorly built hand rails.
We began with some quick renders for the client and brand to approve. Buzz then started on the refit with a 4 week build time.
The trailer was essentially gutted and refitted to firstly comply with Australian standard and secondly to imitate the renders as accurately as possible. New bi fold windows were fitted, solid timber cladding was featured within the stair wells and utilised as hand rails. New awnings, a full wrap in 7 year vehicle quality vinyl and LED light boxes were fitted to create a luxurious space for a premium brand!
The roof lifting equipment was replaced with a new control panel and the stairs and top floor feature a synthetic teak flooring, chosen for durability and ease of cleaning. The overall appearance and functionality ticked all the boxes, coming in under budget and on time.
Buzz Batch was given the task of a rebrand and refurbishment of the old Harris coffee caravan. Part of JDE’s acquisition of Campos moved this asset across to their brand but it was in need of a little freshen up.
The original fitout was for a short term launch as a wedding bar before it was purchased by Harris coffee and new equipment was installed. Unfortunately the short term wedding bar started to deteriorate quickly and begun twisting and turning in all the wrong places!
The scope was to create a clean and minimal fitout that gave a feeling of warmth with still feeling spacious. Buzz chose to work with Exterior grade Birch ply finished in a clear furniture oil. All windows/ awnings were created with secret fixings and rebated timber sections to house the 4.5mm acrylic panels. New lighting fitted to create a visually appealing space whilst still adding effective light over the work space machinery.
The caravan will next be fitted with brand new machinery from La Marzocco and be on the road shortly after, So keep your eyes peeled!
The Domino horse float bar was featured at GABS festivals, in both Sydney and Melbourne events this year!
The converted horse float handled over 4,000 serves of drinks over the 2 weekends with its standard 3 tap system, an additional benchtop 2 tap unit and a frozen slush option over the back deck.
With the full solar and battery back up system, the Domino bar arrived onsite and was able to instantly be lit up and beer system began chilling.
While the other festival assets were waiting for power, we were up and running with set up complete within half an hour, including all seating, DJ booth, kegs set and signage installed. The built in water and waste tanks also saw our booth being one of the few with hot running water.
The Domino bar was then packed up and sent off to its next gig, with a bump out of 1 hour taking place.
If you’re looking for a complete bar solution for your next event, please get in touch!
Buzz Batch has been engaged by Bankwest stadium to supply coffee carts and baristas for the upcoming NRL season.
Our solution for our preliminary setup is a large cart featuring a brand new 2 group Rancilio machine and Mazzer grinder. The stainless steel cart also features cup dispensers, a wash up sink and its own built in power distribution board, as a result, this makes operation a breeze!
The cart solution will hopefully ease congestion at food outlets. This reduces patron’s time spent away from watching the game, therefore, giving patrons a more enjoyable experience. As the season rolls out we will be adding more carts and fine tuning the layout of the equipment.
If you are looking for a coffee cart or food related solution for your venue or event, be sure to get in touch with us over at the contact page!
We are available for all sized events. Anytime. Anywhere!
Buzz Batch has recently carried out the installation of a new high end bamboo engineered fencing product.
Supplied by House of Bamboo These lightweight, yet structurally strong panels create a highly desirable feature wall or ceiling. In the examples shown below, the Cello product was used to create a boundary fence. This product comes precoated in a durable waterbased oil, meaning once the product is installed it is ready to be appreciated, no spills or cleanup required!
If you’d like to turn your backyard into a small oasis be sure to get in touch with us or the team at House of bamboo, mention us to receive mates rates!
Buzz Batch were called in for a last minute activation down in Adelaide at the lovely Distill bar in Rundle St.
The request was for a mobile bar with a sink service, custom logos and artwork, timber styling and a clean finish. To achieve this, we converted a coffee cart with some minor adjustments to fit the scope.
The bar was then dressed with some artificial greenery and a heap of Fever Tree Merch.
If you are after an activation solution, from a bar cart to a 40′ shipping container, fixed long term or on wheels, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
As a last minute rush before the 2020 Christmas holidays, Buzz Batch were engaged to provide a bar solution for Melbourne’s Gin Palace, situated in Russel place. The solution was a 2HAL Horse float which has been freshly converted into a bar.
The horse float bar has the following features;
– 4 Tap beer glycol chiller system – Stainless steel counters with built in Ice wells and cocktail stations – Fold out serving awning, with timber bar tops – Full Solar & battery capabilities to power all lighting and appliances – 12v Hot water & pumps – 80L below floor fresh and waste water tanks – Drop down Blackbutt timber deck with hand rails – Blackbutt timber cladding – R11 Safety flooring
For this particular hire, we also supplied an exterior graphic application for branding purposes. Buzz Batch’s bar will be featured in Russel Lane, just behind Gin Palace’s main entrance for the next few months. Be sure to head down and check it out!
If you’d like to hire a bar or have a bar of your own created please head over to our contact page and submit an enquiry!