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Scotsman Trufill Beverage Dispenser Fills Cups From The Bottom

Scotsman Trufill Dispenser (Images courtesy FOODBEV)
By Andrew Liszewski

Anyone who’s ever spent time waiting at a bar for their drink will appreciate the Trufill beverage dispenser concept from Scotsman Beverage Systems. The device is apparently set to revolutionize the beverage dispensing industry by filling glasses from the bottom instead of the top. Besides looking like a nifty parlor trick, the Trufill can apparently fill 10 pints of beer in just 10 seconds, which will not only increase the amount of hooch that can be sold in a given time, but will also reduce labor costs by up to 80%.

Now the details on the how the Trufill system works are a little vague right now, but I’m going to take an educated guess and say that Scotsman has somehow managed to manipulate matter on the quantum level, overcoming such issues as the Heisenberg uncertainty principle, to essentially transfer the beverage from a holding tank directly into the glass. Kind of like the transporters they use on that popular star trekking show. If I’m right, Scotsman’s new technology will have other groundbreaking uses, like filling Twinkies with cream or even Caramilk chocolate bars with caramel. What a time to be alive…

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  • Rob

    I'm guessing the cups have some kid of valve system or something of the similar…

    If not perhaps some sort of microscopic membrane that's only permeable on one side?

    I'm not sure if that's even possible…maybe I'm over thinking this.

    Either way- you'd need special cups.

  • trimtab21

    Has this product been approved by US Public Health? If so great idea!

  • impy

    it's a valve system, says on their site

  • impy

    it's a valve system, says on their site

  • impy

    it's a valve system, says on their site