WA footy fans will be the first in Australia to test a new beer system that promises quicker queues and better pours at Domain Stadium. Beer drinkers at the Fremantle v Geelong match on Friday night will no doubt froth in excitement after the revolutionary Bottoms Up Draught Beer System was installed at the stadium. American company GrinOn Industries developed the beer dispensing machine, which fills beer in cups from the bottom up, at a rate "up to nine times that of traditional beer taps", relying on magnetic technology embedded in plastic cups.
But one of the biggest talking points among fans in the build-up to the delayed opening has been the novel way that beer will be dispensed. The stadium bars will be fitted with the Bottoms Up beer system, which fills the glass, or plastic cup, from the bottom via a hole in the cup. It is a system that is common in the United States but is lesser spotted in the UK, although is being used in a number of stadiums including Anfield….
Springer is the founder of GrinOn Industries and creator of the Bottoms Up Beer Dispenser, a light-speed tap system that pours beer -- you guessed it -- from the bottom up. And this season, as part of a deal with Aramark, Springer is bringing his beer gear to Fenway Park. It's a home run for the Aberdeen, Wash.
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Bottoms Up Beer Dispensers are the most efficient beer dispensers in the world. The dispenser's hands-free aspect allows for multitasking that was never before possible. Pour another beer, grab a
The Bottoms Up beer dispenser may be the perfect excuse to order another drink. As if you needed one. Bottoms Up promises to revolutionize the way beer is served by filling glasses from the bottom.
The idea came to him in a day dream in early on the west coast in Washington State. Just four days later he had a functioning prototype in his garage and the rest is history. The system immediately started selling itself and so he began GrinOn Industries; the name coming from the fact that Josh always has a smile on his face.
You are at a music festival waiting for a beer and there are hundreds of others waiting in front of you, all looking to get their hands on a cold beverage. It could be at least an hour, maybe longer, before they get one, let alone you. This is a situation we've all likely faced once in our life at a bar, sporting event, concert or wedding.
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