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Asahi’s Beer Pouring Robots

asahi beer robot promotionBy David Ponce

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!”) If you live in Japan however, you should know that Asahi is running a promotion where they’ll be giving away 5,000 fully stocked refrigerator robots. 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.

To win one, contestants must collect 36 seals found on specially marked Asahi beers. Of course, you don’t have to drink the beer… but then you’d probably be missing the point.

[Robot-Dreams] VIA [Prylfeber]

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  • NetGeek

    Oh man! I would LOVE to own one of those!

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  • Face Loran

    Cold one Vape…

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  • blah

    It only stores and pours the beer. You still have to get up off your lazy fat ass and put the glass\beer in its hands.

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  • Anant

    Man – if they had these back when I was in college the sheer productivity gains would have allowed me to graduate in 4 years instead of 7!!

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  • Scott Preston

    I have a book that will instruct you on how to build your own one of these. “The Definitive Guide to Building Java Robots”

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  • Sarah Andronicus

    I have no time or capacity(A.D.D)to read up on a difinitive guide to building Java robots, being the classically visual person that I am “Show me the Robot” IT ROCKS!

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  • Paul Bailey

    I leave in Japan and drink Ashai, I should get one of these.

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  • Keith

    Must find one on ebay………….Must find one on ebay………..

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  • Danilo Cort?s Naranjo

    the dream of Homero simpson. juhhhhhhhuuuu

  • Danilo Cort?s Naranjo

    El sue?o de mi vida.., chile

  • Claudio Silva

    Me encantaria parrandear con un robot., CHILE

  • Mitch

    Asahi – PERFECT!
    You’ve captured the essence of gadgetophilia, geek coolness, and the Ahhh! hit-the-spot moment of a fresh cool one in one fell swoop!
    Ahhhhhh – sahhhhhhh – hi!

  • camila

    ohoho genial seria de lo mejor… que comodo igual lo tendria en mi pieza esta muy bakan 😀

  • marcela lopez

    es tremendo lo pondria al lado del pc

  • Roberto Castro Vexler

    Es justo lo ke necesito, I want one of those..

  • Javier Silva

    Me quiero ganar el robot para tomar como Homero.

  • Pablo L?pez

    Necesito unooo!!, en la universidad se hace necesario algo que te ahorre trabajo y te entrege diversion yijaaaa!!

  • Ignacio

    😮 nesecito uno como puedo ganrme o comprar ese robot,es muy mortal siempre e so?ado tener uno 🙂

  • Anonymous

    i adore BEEEER A LOT

  • andy

    call that a perfect head! if that was at my pub i’d demand it be topped up!

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  • Andrew Simmonds

    The liquid on display is not actually beer. Asahi red, blue and gold is actually `hopatschu` which is a beer like beverage made with minimal malt content. Whether the robot could pour a good `beer` is the real question. And to DOMO, belive me as a Jap resident, this nation is twenty years behind the rest of the world, including Romania when it comes to technology! Believe it! It is a nation of slaves controlled by old baby boomers who still listen to the Carpenters. Thats why robots that pour beer are considered a worthwhile venture. Give any Western university students $500 bucks and they would build something 100 times better!!

  • ek

    finaly now my life is perfect! but how long did it take them to make it? my estimate is 42 years.

  • Un pedote

    Ideal para cuando ya andas medio persa y tus manos ya no te obedecen 100% y corres el peligro de derramar la cheve mientras te la sirves jajaja

  • Wilderness Voice

    Sounds like a product for those who have more money than good sense.

    Thousands are dying in Iraq because the greed and self-centeredness of one country doesn’t have the enough respect for their fellow man to reduce energy consumption, and this company builds a frivouless tool that opens a beer the a person too lazy to open it him/herself. Go figure.

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  • Jack

    Does it fetch the beer from the shops as well ??

  • Tom

    I just watched this video, well it looks like somebody managed to create a robot that pours beer into mug from a standard sized can…badly. What if you are drinking from bottles, using a different sized can/mug/glass, also having watched a video the beer comes with waaaay too much head on to be enjoyable. Plus you could pour your own in less time AND save money.

  • tuvie

    it looks like the robot can help bartender a lot

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  • futuregadgets

    haha, that things awesome. too bad the only people that will have those things are people with money to throw away :/

  • future gadgets

    haha, that things awesome. too bad the only people that will have those things are people with money to throw away :/

  • essay

    Wow! It’s awesome!!

    […]Here’s a match made in heaven: beer and robots.[…]

    I agree!