“Bottoms Up” Upside Down Beer Tap

Written by Tara Allen for kristv.com

WASHINGTON STATE – If you’ve ever missed a big play because you were stuck in a long beer line, then one Washington state man has the answer for you. Josh Springer built a tap which fills a beer upside down. The tap fills special cups with a hole and magnet to open and seal the beer at super speeds.

It can fill up to 56 beers per minute.

The “bottoms up” tap is at several spots around the country, including the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas. Springer says he hopes to have it go all the way from Montesano to Madison Square Garden.