Apparently theres magnets in the bottom, and when you push the cup onto the dispenser it pushing the magnet up, activating the pump, and when you pick the cup up, the magnet goes back into place.
Personally, on a logical note....extremely wasteful, pointless and expensive. But then again, theyve combined magnets and beer, fair play to em.
I'd buy one!
Onslaught's right...this has got to be the future right here!
Majority of clubs i go to no one drinks a drop, one of the reason clubs in london are dropping like flies. lol.
But bear in mind that they have to take money between customers, sort out change etc. Wouldnt make too much of a difference.
But as i say, its still immense, and i'd still buy them. Repeatedly.
I thought you weren't down with the 4channing of dnbforum Rich
Yeah, to be fair it does seem quite wasteful, can you re-use them, and if you're a half skilled bar-monkey, you can pour like 3 or 4 pints at a time anyway... I don't know if it would catch on that quick, I'd imagine they'd be most useful at things like football matches etc, rather than clubs or bars.
I'm coolio bro, drank 3/4 of a bottle of Sailor Jerrys n nailed 1/2 a g of Mandy last night, so feeling properly fragile, been crying at Eastenders & various childrens films, whilst being unable to eat or ejaculate.
Fancy giving me an e-hug?
Seeing as your an east anglian soldier, i was at Hintlesham Hall ( if you know it) yesterday for a wedding, half the building was hired out, beef dinner and champagne and such, wasnt really my thing to be honest, would hate to think of the overall costs of the evening, i managed to refrain from going to the bar seeing as it was 7 quid for a single malt whiskey