We know alcohol and experimentation does pose a risk of safety and we have done everything in our power to eliminate these risk and bring you good clean adult fun! Here's some Q & A about safety at The Drunken Laboratory.
The Drunken Laboratory is NOT a real laboratory nor located in a laboratory. It is a laboratory themed gallery where the consuming of alcohol is permitted. (Unlike a real lab where eating & drinking is NOT permitted)
Yes! Here's why:
The Drunken Laboratory does not use laboratory grade-chemicals, any liquids used are under the maximum concentration level of 30% which are diluted by 70%.
Grade -level experiments that have been amplified in size and /or complexity.
We aim to eliminate all of the safety risk for guests by using proper eye & hand coverings . We also want to provide a protection for guest clothing due to the nature of explosiveness during experimentation.
First, you will be given a disposable laboratory coat, laboratory goggles, and disposable gloves.
At The Drunken Laboratory we have FUN, but safety is always first. After laboratory gear is on we will explain the Lab Rules to staying safe!
Next, the instructor will go over what the experiments you will be performing during the session and how they are to be conducted.
Lastly, guests will do their absolute best to make their own experiment similiar to the one shown. Lab assistants pick the best and winning team get a free souvenir or a free round of shots!
Additional procedures will be added to align by the CDC and NYS guidelines. Events may start later than August (if unlawful to resume)
All staff & guests will be checked for body temperature. Any number over 99 degrees Fahrenheit will NOT be allowed to enter event.
The Drunken Laboratory is moving to a bigger location to be able to comply with social distancing practices.
You will be provided with disposable gloves and lab coats free of charge.
Hand sanitizers will be available at each table.
All lab equipment and upholstery will be carefully sanitized before and after each event.
All guests are required to wear safety masks for the duration of the entire event.