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Wine bar’s full-service, fully automated service could make it obsolete

Wine bar’s full-service, fully automated service could make it obsolete

In a move that could bring back the days of bartending in pubs, wine bar owner Barer & Oates is set to open a fully automated wine bar in the city.

Barer says that the technology could be used to ensure that every bottle sold will be freshly poured.

The bar, currently based in the northern parts of Birmingham, will also serve beer and cider.

The company will operate in a converted former industrial building that will be used for a catering business and is set for completion in 2019.

The business, which is part-owned by the former owners of the Birmingham-based wine bar, Wine Bar, said that the decision to open the bar came after months of deliberation.

It is hoped that the new business, in the former industrial area of the city, will be a boon for the area.

The wine bar has been working for the past five years to develop a business model that maximises its potential to attract and retain business and the area has attracted several restaurants, including the Birmingham Restaurant Group and Bar &amp.

Oates.

He said the bar’s plans to be fully automated meant that it could not rely on human bartenders and that the staff would be trained on the technology and have the necessary knowledge to work the business. “

The bar will be open seven days a week, which will be good for people coming from other parts of the country and visitors to the city.”

He said the bar’s plans to be fully automated meant that it could not rely on human bartenders and that the staff would be trained on the technology and have the necessary knowledge to work the business.

“We have trained all our staff and the system will be fully operational in the space in the near future.”

The bar will have three wine bars in the Birmingham area, one in Tameside, another in Birmingham Square and another in the area of Blackley.

It also plans to open two new restaurants and a cocktail bar in Birmingham in 2019 and 2020.

The former owners said that they had already made arrangements to move the business from the former Birmingham Warehouse and to build a new facility in Birmingham.

Birmingham is currently home to more than 1,000 pubs and restaurants, and Birmingham’s Wine Bar will add to the number of great pubs and eateries in the region.” “

It is an important part of the revitalisation of Birmingham and the development of the area around Birmingham.”

Birmingham is currently home to more than 1,000 pubs and restaurants, and Birmingham’s Wine Bar will add to the number of great pubs and eateries in the region.

“The Birmingham City Council has approved the development plans and the bar will open in early 2019.

It was launched by Barer on Thursday.

The development will involve a new building, a cafe, a bar and a restaurant on the site.