Drink Recipes On The Go With Drinknation
There seems to be a major proliferation of cocktail recipe websites right now, from TheBar.com to Extratasty, and those are just the ones we've covered. The latest site we've found is Drinknation, and while the offering isn't that much different from other sites, they do differentiate themselves by offering one feature their contemporaries don't - the ability to access the site through your cell phone. Yup, similar to the iPod bartender, Drinknation is a mobile database you can access without dragging your laptop around and looking for a wireless connection.
From the press release:
Be the hit of the party with Drinknation, a new mobile application which brings the breadth and depth of a Bartender's Bible to the palm of your hand. Whether you're in a bar or planning a house party, mixology 101 is only a flip (phone) away.
Drinknation is available through U.S. mobile carriers like Verizon, U.S. Cellular, Alltel, Cricket, MetroPCS, MidWest Wireless, Cellular South, and NTelos, and will be available next month on Sprint. It's also available through international carriers like Tata, Telefonica Moviles, Telstra, and Hutch. The mobile service offers suggestions and special tips, and features drinks that turn ingredients into innovation.
Revelers can now create their own speed dial of drinking by customizing a recipe file of favorite concoctions that will always be with them. The service also offers party games, like guessing a drink based on its ingredients, and a search function allows easy retrieval of popular recipes by name, ingredient, theme or category, as well as browsing for ideas and finding out what drinks are popular.
Read the full press release here
You can visit Drinknation for recipes and information, plus find out more about the mobile drink service and set it up on your phone.
Much thanks to the fine folks at Strange New Products for the heads up on this one.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at January 21, 2006 9:35 AM