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Desc:startlingly hypnotic in its efficiency
Category:Educational, Science & Technology
Tags:beer, bar, drinks, technologically advanced society
Submitted:fedex
Date:01/04/11
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Samisyosam
Still no cure for cancer or aids yet. Thanks, science.
WHO WANTS DESSERT
More like "Thanks, capitalism"

The Mothership
Ten stars for an awesome yet simple concept; -5 stars for beer in plastic glasses. Make it work with glass and you might have something there.
SDAusmus
Minus 4 stars for such a cool idea being wasted on fucking Bud.
Billie_Joe_Buttfuck
thats a pretty dumb reason!

Desidiosus
Yeah, God forbid we ever make it less of a hassle to be a bartender.

glasseye
Five stars for the pure evil of developing technological awesomeness to serve shitty pale yellow fizzy beer.

Billie_Joe_Buttfuck
Fucking brilliant, I wish these were cheap/accessible ages ago. Perfect pour, ten out of ten.

These things are going to show up in every college bar ever.
xavierthebunny
Very clever. But I have to ask, would it pour as well it it were not swill coming out of those taps, but a good beer. Something like Guinness...I don't think it'd work the same.

Four stars only because of lame brew.
Damenbinde
Getting snobbish about how Guinness is a "good" beer compared to Bud is like saying you prefer the fine dining experience of The Olive Garden to the oh-so plebeian Golden Corral.

This machine might not work as well with a mass-market stout, though it would probably work quite well with a fine craft pilsner, given that viscosity does not correlate to quality. At least not when it comes beer.

I wonder how pricey the special cups are.

JimL2
It looks like the cup price is (theoretically) offset by selling ad space on the magnets that are affixed to the bottom. The magnets are intended to be removable so people can use them to stick stuff to the fridge... The dispenser company owns a subsidiary that manufactures the magnets and sells the advertising, and I'm guessing this is the primary intended source of income. It's actually a really clever business model.

JimL2
also I'm guessing the issue with stouts (or anything with a creamy head, e.g. Boddington's, Tetley's, Wexford's, Killian's) would be the nitrogen content in the keg and special pressure plate in the tap, rather than the viscosity; it looks like the magnet seal is held in place by a stronger magnet around the tap so it stays put while the cup's filling. The head would probably be a little weird as well, due to the way the carbonation settles in creamy-head beers.

Innocent Bystander
And it even knows when to stop so the cups won't spill over. Nice!
Robin Kestrel
GrinOn’s proprietary Bottoms Up Dispensing System® is the fastest dispensing system in the world and fills at a rate of up to nine times that of traditional beer taps. Here are some of the benefits:

* Reduces the stress and cost of “foamy beer problems” to management through GrinOn’s rapid education system that conveys valuable steps for volunteer and service labor to take without calling management for solutions.

* Novelty that won’t wear off!

* Dynamic sponsorship opportunities for dispensers and cups!
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