LG has been making home appliances far longer than it has been making mobile phones. As such, it has amassed a long catalog of home and kitchen appliances under its name that have pretty much every aspect of your life covered. That said, you would have thought the South Korean electronics giant would want coffee drinkers covered as part of, you know, the natural progression. Well, no. Oddly, LG decided that it wants to make beer drinkers happy instead. Continue reading LG Capsule System Wants To Take The Science Out Of Home Brew Beer
For those who consumes beer like water, chances are you are not going to enjoy outdoor life as much. Your heart may tell you to get your ass out into the wild, but your love for booze tells you that you are probably going feel terrible trekking with withdrawal symptom from this crisp, golden, fermented beverage. But that’s a worry before ManCan comes along. ManCan is, as its creator described, “a personal keg system that keeps your favorite beer fresh, carbonated, and delicious,” right on your back. You are damn right it is portable, very portable, which means no matter how remote you are, you will never be without your favorite beer. Continue reading ManCan Lets You Enjoy Your Favorite Cold, Crisp Beer Even In The Wild
men have long been fascinated with draft beer and hence beside hitting the local watering hole for a mug or two, there are kegerators to you happy at home too, but kegerators, if they are even affordable, are no simple machines and often, once setup, it will be a hassle to relocate the machine. this is where Synek Draft Beer System comes in. as pictured above, this coffeemaker-size device is the invention that will change the way you consume beer (or party, whichever is more appropriate). it uses a patent-pending refillable bag (aka cartridge; each cartridge holds one gallon or 3.78 liters) that’s capable of holding up to 30psi, and vacuum-sealed to prevent carbonation loss and UV protected to lock in the flavor for over a month as oppose to days like a growler. Continue reading Synek Brings Draft Beer To Your Countertop With More Variety Than You Can Drink
avid beer drinkers would love to have a micro brewery right in their man caves, but most would settle for some home brewing kit which comes standard with a few issues. firstly, the taste of the malt might surprise you; second, it is often flat; and third, you will never get that crisp, cold brew you had at your local watering hole. these are facts, and that’s not to mention that the potential ‘aftermath’ you have to deal with. the simple and a more practical way for a true cold lager is with the KRUPS The Sub Heineken Edition. KRUPS, a German name for kitchen appliances, wants you to enjoy a cold one in a much truer and simple fashion with this draft beer contraption designed by renowned industrial designer Marc Newson. Continue reading KRUPS The Sub Heineken Edition
(photos: KegWorks) Brew Cave Walk-in Beer Cooler & Kegerator | from US$6,349.00 | www.kegworks.com
some women scream with joy when they see a walk-in wardrobe that’s filled with pretty dresses and shoes. so what will make men scream in the same joyous exuberance? the Brew Cave Walk-in Beer Cooler & Kegerator, that’s what. beyond the four inches thick of insulation of this hulking walk-in beer cooler is a series of shelving for up to 30 cases of beer, while still leaving enough room for stashing four kegs (or more), and a built-in draft beer dispensing system for those who cannot even wait a second to pop a bottle (or for those who simply can’t withstand the zero degrees celsius coolness). Continue reading Brew Cave Walk-in Beer Cooler & Kegerator
(credit: Dream Arcades) Octane 120 Pro Beer Arcade | US$5,995.00 | www.dreamarcades.com
we all know driving under influence is a big no-no in the real world but i guess, it is no harm doing it in the virtual world. the Octane 120 Pro Beer Arcade from Dream Arcades lets you do just that. it is not only a driving game chair setup but it also includes a kegerator behind the seat complete with taps for dispensing your favorite alcoholic beverage. completing the drink and drive is a secondary tap on the cockpit’s dash, ensuring an uninterrupted beer gulping session while you are battling with your virtual car in a drunkard stupor.
the Octane 120 Pro Beer Arcade comes package with Arcade Dreams’ high-end gaming PC with PS3 connectivity and comes preinstalled with twelve classic and modern driving games. this new ‘Pro’ model also comes with a wireless arcade control panel (aka fighting sticks) and a whopping 150 arcade games for those who fancy a little drunkard Pac-man and the likes. other features include a fully adjustable steering wheel and seat, a dual force feedback leather wrapped steering wheel complete with gear shifter, metal constructed accelerator, clutch and brake pedals, HD projector upfront and a cup holder conveniently located under the secondary tap.
the price? all these sweet features, pre-built and preconfigured for a cool $5,995. perhaps, Octane 120 Pro Beer Arcade should be called the drinking-driving simulator. no? jokes aside, we do not support the idea of drink driving or whatsoever.
(credit: Shoot A Brew, edited by mike) Shoot A Brew Cooler | US$295.00 (pre-order) | www.shootabrew.com
throughout the history of beer consumption, mankind has tried every possible way to make life more of a party than a chore (when it comes to booze, that is). beer aficionados has conceived the possibility of mobile beer party with the Beer Bike, then there is an attempt to reduce the foaming-up by filling the beer from the bottoms up, and among other inventions which we probably have yet to discover. now these guys wants your cooler to toss the beer to you, literally. Continue reading Shoot A Brew will catapult cans of beer to you, literally
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traditionally, we called out ‘bottoms up’ before downing the booze in our mug. now, bottoms up has a whole new meaning. it means filling up the beer from bottom up. this innovative dispenser from GrinOn Industries, dubbed the Bottoms Up Draft Beer Dispenser, is able to fill the plastic beer cups from bottom up.
it is not entirely clear how it works. what was known is that each plastic beer cup has a hole at its bottom, sealed with a flat circular magnet. when place on the machine, the machine pops the circular magnet up and fills the cup with beer, bottoms up style. apparently, in this way, it will result in less beer foam as compared to traditional beer tap dispenser.
booze lovers, rejoice! lets hope that this machine becomes a standard in clubs, pubs and parties. hooray! check out the video below. i was pretty amazed by the rate of dispensing. at that kind of rate, you probably have two consequences: more beer sold and more seriously drunk dudes.
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what do you get when you put bicycle aficionados and beer-lover in the mix? a Beer Bike, of course. hand-built by Metrofiets Cargo Bikes, this Beer Bike has space to haul two full-size pressurized beer kegs under its wooden bar table, which, not surprisingly, comes with a pair of beer taps. Continue reading Beer Bike puts a beer bar together with a bicycle