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The Top 6 Horse Trailer Bar Companies Slaying the Game Today

Mobile is the name of the game today, and bonus points if you can pair up with something as adorable and vintage as a horse trailer from the 1960s and 1970s. Well, these companies have got you beat, and they are taking something old, like rusty, unwanted horse and pony trailers, and turning them into something totally new and completely rustic: mobile horse trailer bars.


These mobile bars are equipped with spigots, bartenders, full-bars, kegs, walk-in bar service, light up signs, and more, all based out of a trailer that originally pulled horses and ponies to

their destinations. They’re pretty much exactly what you want at your wedding, bridal shower, anniversary, birthday party, or baby shower, and we aren’t immune – we want to rent them,

too!


If you’re looking to rent out one of these companies, or better yet, buy your very own horse trailer bar, here’s our pick for the top 6 companies slaying the game today:


1. Campfire Trailers & Rentals:

This new, Upstate New York-based horse trailer rentals, trailer sales, and mini home developers might have just recently launched, but they are making headlines. Collecting vintage trailers and campers, refurbishing them entirely with sustainable products and steel, Campfire Trailers are breathing new life into what was once one man’s trash. 


Currently, they are working on their first trailer mini home, with a compostable toilet and solar power that makes it an entirely sustainable live-in model! Check out their first horse trailer bar here: https://campfiretrailers.com/.


2. The Duck & Pheasant:

Across the pond, the Duck & Pheasant in East England is perfecting the art of the mobile horse box bar, known as the British term for mobile trailer bars. With two beautifully restored Rice horse trailers, indoor options, and even a tricycle bar, the Duck & Pheasant is drawing on traditional public house inspiration with a twist of vintage aesthetic. Check out their work here: http://www.duckandpheasant.com/.


3. 13th Street Cocktail Catering:

This mobile catering service takes catering seriously, with a $2 million liquor liability policy, nonalcoholic options, bar décor, menus, ice, and more, sourcing local liquors and entirely original recipes for their cocktail crafting. Presently expanding to offer their services in NY, NJ, PA, FL, and SoCal, check out their work here:

https://13thstreetcocktails.com/.


4. The Paddock Mobile Bar:

The Paddock Mobile Bar proudly rents out their vintage Sinclair Horse Trailer, named Patti, with artisan drinks and creative cocktails. Owned by a husband and wife team right in Dorset, England, the Paddock Mobile Bar is definitely part of the flourishing rustic revival movement sweeping Great Britain today. Check out their gorgeous media here: https://www.thepaddockbar.com/.


5. SassTass & The Pour Horse:

Based in Texas, this horse trailer bar rental company is one of the bigger ones in operation today, with highly trained mixologists, caravan bars, small or large portable bars, buffet attendants, menu consultations, champagne carts, and more. They travel to San Antonio and Austin for all events, utilizing only organic ingredients in all of their products: https://www.thepourhorse.com/.


6. The Rollin’ Bar:

With two rentable horse trailer bars available at this time, named Mr. Road Soda and Mrs. Roxy Hart, the Rollin’ Bar does more than vintage trailer rentals – they even offer truck bed bar rentals, too. Based out of California, it’s safe to say, these guys are the first ones to the mobile bar game in the SoCal region right now:

https://www.therollinbar.com/.


As a brand new industry, we can’t wait to see what additional designs and innovations these 6 companies come up with in the future. If you’re thinking of adding something vintage, recycled,

and repurposed to your next event, consider a mobile bar business horse trailer to make it really special.