New Keurig machine serves up cocktails instead of coffee

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(WTHR) – Keurig is introducing a new single-serve drink maker but it doesn't involve coffee.

The Keurig Drinkworks Home Bar works just like the classic machines but it has pods of booze ingredients instead.

The pods can pour a beer, cocktail or wine in seconds. People will be able to choose from about 15 different alcoholic beverages to make with the machine.

The cocktail Keurig machine is planned to release later this year and is expected to cost about $299.

The drink pods will cost about $4 each and the machine will also require CO2 tanks, which will go for about $7 each.