London’s Borough Market debuts “Alcoholic Architecture”

The exterior of the monastery and the Alcoholic Architecture

preview_Borough-Market-London-image3Vegas can keep its foam parties, our friends across the pond have come up with something even more innovative and immersive: “Alcoholic Architecture.”

Those visiting London’s Borough Market from July 31st will get to take a walk in the wild side and truly be “in the drink.” Guests exploring the ancient monastery can expect to get absolutely besotted as they absorb a “cloud-like vapor of alcohol” composed of fine spirits and mixer through the air, Elle Decor reports. The brainchild of creative studio Bompas and Parr, humidifiers are used to “disperse the alcoholic concoction throughout the venue” allowing “the mixture is absorbed into your bloodstream as you walk the space” sans straw, giving new meaning to the word “breathalyzer.”

Sure to leave you shaken and and not stirred, drinks inspired by the monastery and originally served by monks, including “Trappist beer and Buckfast wine,” can also be savored in traditional glassed liquid form, with one caveat: although the event could cloud your otherwise good judgement, don’t breathe and drive.