If you’re looking for an automated solution for your home bar, check out this Raspberry Pi-powered cocktail maker created by Alexander Liggesmeyer. It does exactly what it sounds like—it uses a Raspberry Pi to make cocktails at the push of a button.
The best Raspberry Pi projects are easy to share and this one features a notably user-friendly web-based interface. Users access the UI from a browser and choose the drink they want to order. The Pi then uses a series of pumps to create the drink algorithmically. So just be sure to have your glass ready!
According to Liggesmeyer, the project relies on a Raspberry Pi 4B, which connects to a relay board that helps monitor eight food-safe peristaltic dosing pumps and diodes. The drink ingredients are transported using sections of a silicone hose.
The UI is pre-programmed with a menu of drinks, but users can create their own recipes to share with others. Then, if all of the ingredients are available, the drink can be ordered.
To get a closer look at this Raspberry Pi-powered cocktail maker and see how it goes together, check out the official project page at GitHub and be sure to follow Alex Liggesmeyer for more cool creations.
Next up. Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. Or, Prune juice.