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For anyone who's ever worked behind a bar, they'll know that pouring a beer is a skill that often involves wasting a lot of it on hands/shirt/floor.

For anyone who's ever waited for a beer at a festival/gig/football match, they'll know that it can often be a frustratingly long experience.

Luckily, a group of geniuses at Grinon Industries have been working on a solution to a lot of people's problems. The Bottoms Up device manages to fill cups of beer from the bottom up and can work on four servings at a time. This means that someone can fill up to 44 pints in under a minute.

If, like us, your mind is a tad boggled by all of this then here's an explanation. Each cup has a magnet in the bottom which locks into a slot. When it locks in, it gets pushed upward and the nozzle below fills it with the good stuff. It only fills the cup with the exact amount so no spillages will occur.

When the cup is taken off, the magnet bonds back to the bottom of the cup so no beer will be released.

To see how it all works, watch and learn below...

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