1Europe's First Beer Fountain
Drinkers pay €6 for a special microchipped glass that allows them to pour themselves 100-milliliter portions. The glass is placed under the nozzle of the pump, which extends down, dispensing the serving of beer before retracting again. Laško's Kukec dark ale, Kratochwill honey light beer and Vizir IPA are some of the names on tap.
The town's mayor, Janko Kos, wants to promote the culture of drinking beer. He hopes the new fountain will put Žalec on the map and draw beer lovers in from across the world. (Source)
2Dr Pepper Fountain
One month after Claire Daniels posted the tweet, Dr Pepper's marketing team reached out her and asked if they could come to Manhattan and surprise her as a reward for her loyalty. It wasn't until Daniels came downstairs and heard the sound of Dr Pepper flowing through the fountain that she realized her wish had turned into a reality. (Source)
3Italian Wine Fountain
The fountain is situated in Caldari di Ortona, a commune in the Abruzzo region. It was a joint project between the owner of Dora Sarchese winery, Nicola D'Auria, and Cammino di San Tommaso, which promotes the pilgrimage route in the region. As such, the wine is primarily intended as a refreshment for pilgrims, though anyone can drink from it.
4Sparkling Water Fountain
At about 128 liters (about 34 gallons) per person, the French consume one of the highest per capita amounts of bottled water in the world annually. In northern Italy, 215 similar fountains have been installed and have proven to be very popular.
5World's Largest Champagne Fountain
8Brazilian Natural Mineral Water Fountains
The city is a 950-meter high oasis in the mountains of southern Minas Gerais and boasts seven sparkling water fountains. The therapeutic quality of the waters combined with the region's pleasant climate makes Cambuquira one of the most important hydro mineral resorts in Brazil. (Source)
9World's Largest Chocolate Fountain
Since chocolate contains no water, there's no evaporation. You can experience the chocolate cascading down 14 feet from one suspended glass vessel to another while being intoxicated by the smell that drew you there in the first place. Between the unique hand crafted glass basins and the visually stimulating flow of three different colors of chocolate, you'll be mesmerized for hours. The only complaint is that this is an encounter strictly for the eyes and nose, no dipping allowed! (Source)