Asahi's Beer Pouring Robot
Here's a match made in heaven: beer and robots. For most of the world, it's a match we are left to simply dream of (you know, slave bots bringing you a cold one, instead of the usual “Get it yourself!”)
What do these lovely creatures do? Well, aside from stocking and cooling up to six cans of beer and two mugs, upon the press of a button, the machine will open up a can, and pour in into the mug with a perfect head every time.
PC Beer Dispenser
If a beer dispensing case mod is not the most incredible and delicious hack known to man, then we don't know what is.
Beer Launcher Fridge
Here's a do-it-yourself project where a guy has taken a small refrigerator and equipped it for automatic beer tossing. Constructed for "several hundred dollars," John W. Conwell's
's Beer-Launching Fridge consists of three limit switches, a 10-beer-holding magazine that looks like it came out of a soft drink machine along with a few other assorted parts, and it's all controlled by a keyless entry system.
The result? It'll toss a beer to you 13 feet away, and it's perfectly accurate every time. Even though that beer might have developed quite a head on it by the time it reaches your hands, it's still one clever piece of machinery.
The Booze Belt: beer supply for the handy man
You might remember a little show called Home Improvement, where Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor would always have his nondetachable tool belt with him at all times. This is like the same thing, but for violent alcoholics.
The Booze Belt insures a constant supply of brew right at your fingertips. It's the closest thing to intravenously pouring it into your system... but with none of those painful needles around!
Tinchilla: Cool Your Beer Cans in 60 Seconds
For those with no patience, the Tinchilla can chill a can of cola or beer 240 times faster than the average fridge, or in 60 seconds. It works with the help of a little thermal conduction. The Tinchilla will suspend the can around ice and cold water and begin spinning the can. The ice and water inside will constantly be in contact with the can during spinning. After the process is complete crack the can open (it won't spray because of the spinning, supposedly) and enjoy. $10.
R/C Cooler: Brings The Beer To You
There's something about summer that seems to bring out the lazy person in all of us. When it's beautiful outside, there's little more that you want to do than sit out and enjoy the weather. Unfortunately it gets warm out there, and you need to keep hydrated with a cool drink or two. Rather than getting up to go get something, or even keeping a cooler sitting next to you, why not get a remote controlled cooler?
This little cooler might not hold the most beer of any other in town, but it's likely the most convenient. You can have it filled with six cans of your favorite drink, and call it over from 30-feet away with the remote. When it's empty just send it back inside and have someone refill it for you. If you're truly lazy, then we're sure it will be a $70 well spent.
When you have a big, drunken weekend planned, you want to get to the fun as soon as possible. This USB beverage cooler will help get the party started even before you leave your desk on Friday...