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Hidden Garden Beer Fridge: Sub-Zero Feet Under

by Conner Flynn
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If you like to sit in the garden and relax with a cold beer, this is a great idea. It’s not very convenient to have a fridge just sitting in your garden, with a cord running into your house. This is proper the way to do it, with a hidden underground beer fridge.

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It was built by Peter Götting from Germany. Makes sense. Germans know their beer. All he has to do is push a lever on the side of the house, and the beer fridge rises, offering up cold refreshment. Push the lever again and it descends back into the earth.

It’s unclear if the unit is actually refrigerated, or if the ground keep the beers cool enough. Either way, this is an awesome way to grab a beer. Stealthy too. This is the future of drinking beer people.

[via Geekologie]

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