Could a new invention mean the death of the stadium beer queue as we know it? Meet the Bottoms Up Draft Beer Dispensing System, a hands-free invention that shells out draft beer nine times faster than traditional draft methods and is also designed to reduce spillage and too much foam.
Josh Springer, founder of Montesano, WA-based GrinOn Industries, came up with the idea to fill a beer pitcher through the bottom rather than from the top. The dispensing machine uses a cup with a hole in the bottom that's covered by a circular magnet.
The magnet, when secured onto the system, is lifted up by the flow of high-pressure beer, and the cup fills up until the weight of the liquid presses the magnet back down over the hole. See how it works for yourself when you read more.
The speedy system can pour 56 cups of beer in 60 seconds, as shown in another video. That's literally almost one draft beer pour per second! Are you as stunned by the brilliance of this creation as I am?