This Cloud Bar Gets You Drunk By Actually Pumping Alcohol Into The Air

It's 2015. Who actually has the time to physically drink anymore?!

These days, it's all about inhaling your alcohol. Seriously.

There's a "walk-in cloud" bar opening in London that allows patrons to fully immerse themselves in clouds of alcohol created by various humidifiers used to transform the spirits and mixers.

According to Metro, the concept, created by food scientists Bompas & Parr, is called Alcoholic Architecture.

Guests enter the room with humidity set at about 140 percent. Quality humidifiers process the spirits and mixers into an alcoholic mist.

About 40 minutes later, you'll begin to feel under the influence of alcohol, which means things can only get more interesting.

Guests are required to wear protective gear to shield themselves from the high level of humidity, and they're not allowed to hang around for longer than an hour.

In a recent interview with Metro, Sam Bompas revealed,

Visiting Alcoholic Architecture will generate the same sort of awe and wonder we have all probably experienced when gazing up at the night's sky. Imagine Disney meets De Sade in Barbarella's castle by way of Medieval Times with flagons of ale.

Interested in surfing through the cocktail clouds? Alcoholic Architecture will be launching at Borough Market in London on July 31, and it will be there for a total of six months.

So, what do these booze-filled clouds look like?

Check out the photos below!

This isn't the result of a house party and a smoke machine. It's alcohol you can inhale!

Alcoholic Architecture will be a series of events created by Bompas & Parr.

Rather than serving drinks, an alcoholic, cloud-like mist is distributed into a room filled with 140 percent humidity.

After an hour, guests are required to leave the room, but at that point, they should already be drunk and happy!

The Alcoholic Architecture event will begin on July 31 at Borough Market.

Citations: Bored of drinking booze Donu2019t worry because theres a new London cocktail bar that lets you inhale it (Metro)