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LEGO Beer Machine Opens and Cools Beer, Warms Our Hearts

by Conner Flynn
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LEGO and beer. I can’t think of a better combination. This LEGO Beer machine serves up 2 kinds of Dutch beers, opens the bottle and cools it down to a perfect drinking temperature. Are you in love yet?

I’m sure it works with regular bottled sodas as well, if you aren’t a beer drinker. It’s basically a mini factory devoted to cold beer drinking. It took the creator, (Nxt1engineer on YouTube) four months to complete it.

First you order a beer on the remote. A Bluetooth connection sends the order to the machine. Then the beer slides over to get it’s cap twisted off. Then it slides over to the cooling area for a quick chill. After that it’s up to you to drink it up and enjoy yourself.

This is a great machine that’s fun to watch in action. Plus you get to enjoy a cold beer everytime you do.

[via thenxtstep via Ubergizmo]




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