No, not of the barley and spirits kind. Unfortunately that is still under development.
This hanging bar is more of a modified stand/ceiling mounted indoor hanging system. It eliminates the need for the annoyingly inconvenient lengthy span between attachment points of ceiling hanging. It also reduces a major concern I have had with most of the ground based stands I have seen. That of falling back first onto a four inch post.
Those of you who have gone to ceiling can vouch for the length that can be crossed between anchor points. I figured an approximately 8' tall room would need to have approximately a 30' span between attachment points to hang at 30 deg. angle,about 3 off the ground, in a 12' hammock. I don't have that big of a room.......
The first picture pretty much shows the set up. By using a separate interconnected attachment point ( a bar, or in this case a piece of fencing top rail) we can lower where the hammock attaches to while still anchoring said system in the ceiling. Nothing to fall on if the hammock itself fails.
The second picture is just a close up of the ceiling attachment (replace the post with either an eye bolt or for the Knotheads here just tie off to the bar itself.) and the hammock attachment either add another bolt or just tie off on the end or the post.