r/Damnthatsinteresting Sep 24 '22

This beer dispenser in Japan tilts the glass for a perfect pour Video

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u/Hubey808 Sep 24 '22 Helpful

Nice try, beer machine salesperson.

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u/ilikesixtiesthings Sep 24 '22

My ruse!

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u/Whats-Up_Bitches Sep 24 '22

More like your Rosé

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u/DLM4473 Sep 24 '22

What's your definition of "a perfect pour" - don't think it matches mine !

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u/ArghZombie Sep 24 '22

More head than beer, glass not full. I'd be sending that back.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

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u/sp4rkk Sep 24 '22

For a British this is highly offensive

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u/Loud_Book6421 Sep 24 '22

As an Australian I concur

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u/mmmm_doughnuts Sep 24 '22

India disagrees with this post

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u/metric-poet Sep 24 '22

Canada won’t be having that either, eh?

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u/Rache625 Sep 24 '22

As an American I agree as well

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u/AnnihilationOrchid Sep 24 '22 edited Sep 24 '22

Brazil also rages against the machine.

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u/WarmEarth8 Sep 24 '22

Germany says: Nein!

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u/onionchatAI Sep 24 '22

Ireland laughs at this pour

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u/solomunikum Sep 24 '22

Great Britain, Australia, america, India, Brazil, Canada : France will take yours, it might be not perfect, but we will drink em all

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u/Cantstandyabitz Sep 24 '22

As a better, more sexy American, I agree that this post needs to be disagreed upon. Just in a sexier way, and all America-like.

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u/Moist-Ad9021 Sep 24 '22

As the best most sexiest American, I agree with all former Americans. Just in a very very sexy way, and with guns. Pew pew 🔫

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u/thsvnlwn Sep 24 '22

Even for a Dutch beer drinker this is highly offensive.

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u/Drag0n125 Sep 24 '22

Aye.. let me see that machine pour a Guinness..

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u/Ok-Reflection1229 Sep 24 '22

Head is good but it shouldn't be made like this and the glsss should be full :)

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u/Bobbinapplestoo Sep 24 '22

Head should be given, not made.

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u/spunkm_99foxy Sep 24 '22

Yes...give head..😚

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u/deefenator Sep 24 '22

More head = more disturbance = more bubbles in glass = less bubbles in tum tum

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u/PunkShocker Sep 24 '22

Yeah except the head on that pour comes from dumping a splash in top, rather than developing throughout the pour. So most of the beer in the glass hasn't been disturbed, only what's at the top.

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u/makeyousaywhut 10d ago

I literally learnt about disturbing beer like a week ago and everyone just knew about it huh

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u/jorgenvonstrangle420 Sep 24 '22

This is precisely the reason when I drink a refreshing coke I like to violently shake the bottle before removing the cap and quickly get my mouth over the hole so it can blow its less disturbing goodness right into my gullet.

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u/deefenator Sep 24 '22

Real men drop a Mentos in and then drink the rocket

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u/DIRTBAG_PVT Sep 24 '22

Now that’s a perfect pour

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u/Gatekeeper2019 Sep 24 '22

If you get served this nonsense ask the barman “could you top that up with a shot please?”

If they say “sure” then tell ‘em “great, then fill it up with beer thanks”

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u/jonlaw147 Sep 24 '22

Don't visit Prague whatever you do, there are places that serve only foam

https://youtu.be/BuU_lMAIwbQ

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u/Ok-Reflection1229 Sep 24 '22

Only if you ask for it. Serving beer in Prague is like making pizza in Naples, Italy.

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u/Caponara Sep 24 '22

Yeah bro that's called Mleko (milk in Czech) I tried it once, it's cool. I think it's served as a a dessert or I don't know

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u/ChubRoK325 Sep 24 '22

Why does the head come out of a different dispenser?

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u/GCC_Pluribus_Anus Sep 24 '22

Probably a lower pressure so it doesn't splash as much when it's near the top. On a normal tap if you push the handle away from you it comes out at half force, I'm guessing they couldn't recreate that from the same spigot so they added another.

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u/CptOconn Sep 24 '22

Grabs the glass angerly. Stupid machine here let me show you how it's done

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u/cwsup Sep 24 '22

This is a Japanese beer with a Japanese foam head which is considerably thicker.

See https://japantoday.com/category/features/lifestyle/japanese-beer-heads-cause-westerners-to-froth-at-the-mouth

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u/tacomentarian Sep 24 '22

I figured the Japanese designed this machine to suit their particular preferences.

From the article's conclusion:

"Western people are willing to put up with a certain amount of foam to meet their aesthetic needs, but generally have a low tolerance. There are a few reasons for this. Most importantly, we feel that foam shouldn’t take up too much real-estate in the glass reserved for actual beer. And while foam is pleasing to the eye, its flavor is almost nonexistent; it gets on your face; and is just an obstruction to the main event.

"On the other hand, Japanese drinkers place a very high value on freshness, and they feel that the more head on the beer, the fresher it is. Japanese people tend to have a more sensitive palette as well and can get more satisfaction from the taste of foam than we usually do."

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u/HumbleSkunkFarmer Sep 24 '22

I call bullshit. Foam has no taste and I drink Guinness so Japanese beer has weak foam in comparison

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u/Brian_Gay Sep 24 '22

Just curious as an Irish person, you also live in Ireland? Or do you get Guinness somewhere else in the world? If so how's it served? 2 part pour? Head about 2-3 cm thick?

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u/HumbleSkunkFarmer Sep 24 '22

I’ve had Guinness all over the world. The best is by far in Ireland, which makes sense when you think about it. It’s best on tap, and here in the US a single pour is like fingernails down a chalk board. Many bartenders don’t understand you simply don’t rush a Guinness pour. 2 part pour is or should be standard I believe. It’s not Pilsner for fuck sake. Guinness also did a great job with the draught can. Best option if Guinness is not available on tap and served in a Guinness pint glass. The head on a Guinness pint is pure magic. Still not super flavorful as compared to the nectar of heaven concealed just below it.

Edit I don’t know CM’s so I typically like the head about the width of a #2 pencil or right about.

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u/davdev Sep 24 '22

I regularly order Guinness in the Boston area and it’s always a two part pour with the standard amount of head. It is definitely better in Ireland but it’s fine here as well.

I probably wouldn’t order it anywhere that didn’t have a traditionally large Irish diaspora though.

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u/EntranceThat7517 Sep 25 '22

Yes two part pours from learned bartenders, but the Guinness in the USA is not as good as in Europe. Even though we have a Guinness brewery in Baltimore.

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u/Particular_Light_296 Sep 24 '22

Two fingers of foam, one of them towering out of the glass rim

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u/marc0demilia Sep 24 '22

It's perfect for the business. They are selling half pint for the price of one!

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u/AnnihilationOrchid Sep 24 '22

That's not a pint. Probably half, So they're probably charging a pint, for half and serving 1/4.

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u/ilikesixtiesthings Sep 24 '22

The beer is free. This is in an airport lounge

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u/marc0demilia Sep 24 '22

Free for you... Someone will pay for it, believe me :D

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u/RockItGuyDC Sep 25 '22

This was always my favorite part of the United lounge in Narita. I got a beer there every time I passed through, just because.

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u/lightknight7777 Sep 24 '22

Right up until it fucked up at the end.

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u/exodendritic Sep 24 '22

Yeah this is a case of 'continue the research', I think.

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u/buks1232000 Sep 24 '22

Tilted glass all the way

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u/NomsterGaming Sep 24 '22

Thank god it fucked up I thought I was out of a job for a second

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u/ChokaTot Sep 24 '22

*Perfect pour for the company selling the beer.

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u/Positive-Source8205 Sep 24 '22

Perfect pour for the bar owner.

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u/tkenz13 Sep 24 '22

Right idea, incorrect execution.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

I think this might be the most useless machine I've ever seen.

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u/Statemenorthf Sep 24 '22

I don’t think I’ve ever met a Brit that wants a flat beer. Who wants that?

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

Agitating the bubbles actually reduces strain on your gut

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u/siddharthbirdi Sep 24 '22

Also aerates the beer and improves the taste somewhat.

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u/Independent_String74 Sep 24 '22

The agitated bubbles (the head) is to prevent oxidation. The head creates a barrier between liquid beer and the air. The belgian’s (and others) “cut” the head to help it last longer and reduce oxygenated beer at the bottom of the glass.

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u/siddharthbirdi Sep 24 '22

Oh, never knew, thought it was like decanting a wine.

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u/Independent_String74 Sep 24 '22

It’s the opposite of decanting wine. The head prevents oxygenation. The foam is from the CO2 in the beer

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u/MasterBejter Sep 24 '22

Source: I heard it in a viral video that said it’s true so it must be true

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u/unsub22 Sep 24 '22

Was going well until it half filled the fucking glass with head!

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u/KeithBitchardz Sep 24 '22

And it didn’t even fill all the way.

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u/N013 Sep 24 '22

Japan loves a beer with lots of head. They have specific pouring methods that make sure to get a couple inches of foam....even if it means the beer goes flat faster

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u/Fit_Effective_6875 Sep 24 '22

I like head with my beer too.

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u/35point1 Sep 24 '22

So why tilt it to begin with. A regular non tilted pour is what gives it head. Smh

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u/Brief-Value-2797 Sep 24 '22

…. And you have like 6 ounces less of beer lol

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u/agoddamnlegend Sep 24 '22

Beer is supposed to have head. But it’s supposed to be from pouring it correctly, not just foam dumped on top.

Too many people think you should pour a beer calmly down the side of a glass so that no foam appears. This is wrong, and gross.

A correct pour will stir up the beer a little and release the CO2 so that a thick natural head forms at the top. Otherwise you don’t actually get the flavor of the beer, and then that CO2 will just get released in your stomach making you bloated

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u/lfsmodsaregay Sep 24 '22

And many people want to get the pint that they paid for, not 3/4 of a pint with 1/4 of gas and foam. A thick head really does not add flavor to beer for 99% of people.

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u/agoddamnlegend Sep 24 '22

Do you know the size of this glass? It’s possible it’s a 20 oz glass

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u/pheromone_fandango Sep 24 '22

You should come to Germany. Beers get sent back if they dont have a proper crown.

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u/malaliu Sep 24 '22

Shouldn't this be in r/crappydesign?

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u/77shantt Sep 24 '22

That is not a perfect pour in-fact it’s shit house

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u/KingOfTheArms Sep 24 '22

Still a better pour than half the staff in my local Wetherspoons

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u/Brief-Value-2797 Sep 24 '22

I highly fucking doubt any pour could be worse than this

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u/Cease-2-Desist Sep 24 '22

I'm glad we've solved this. You want me to hold a pint glass at a slight angle AND use a pound of pressure to manipulate the tap?

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u/sastb Sep 24 '22

Perfect? I would be rejecting that - Jesus !

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u/aqan Sep 24 '22

The glass is literally half empty.

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u/Freak_Out_Bazaar Sep 24 '22

Seems a bit decalibrated. Usually these machines will get you close to 7:3 which is Sapporo’s definition of a perfect pour

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u/Agreeable_Ad3800 Sep 24 '22

And then completely ruins it half way leaving an ice cream instead of a beer…

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u/sythingtackle Sep 24 '22

That’s a shite pint, where’s the fcukin rest of it and that head, oh my god

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u/Minimum-Truth-6554 Sep 24 '22

“I would like the missing quarter of my beer please, thank you” - customer at the bar

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u/Butler-of-Penises Sep 25 '22

3 quarters*

Only filled up the narrow part.

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u/RandomBitFry Sep 24 '22

It's taking the piss with that half-measure.

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u/Chunky322 Sep 24 '22

It's not a "perfect pour" if you have to add on the foam afterwards seperately.

It usually grows on its own if you pour it even remotely correct.

Coming from a german barkeeper :)

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u/FuturamaReference- Sep 24 '22

Japan has a different drinking culture

They really like the foam or the head of the beer for some reason

It's like they took the Guinness advertisement model and applied it to all of their beer.

In fact, Japan's definition of a good pour is most places definition of a bad pour

Japanese beer itself is okay. It's not really that good, But I heard they are experimenting with more microbreweries and really increasing the quality of what they produce. However, it's super rare in Japan at the moment

They still have really good sake. And they are huge on making cocktails properly so that's nice

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u/Shinfekta Sep 24 '22

As an austrian I am offended by what you define as a perfect pour!

Over here you‘d get to carry at least twenty beer barrels for such a pour!

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u/Sweaty-Gopher Sep 24 '22

As an American. I am also offended. This is a horrible pour

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u/OrbyO Sep 24 '22

Stopped a bit short on the angle pour me reckons

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u/MaDiceD Sep 24 '22

As a belgian, I can say this is a poor pour.

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u/poopstinkss Sep 24 '22

Here's your perfect beer sir.....oh wait I forgot all the foam

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u/0DarkChar0 Interested Sep 24 '22

Id want a full glass not that cheap shit

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u/Immediate_Reality357 Sep 24 '22

Hi, Irish man here.

That is a horrible pint of beer.

Do you want a flake with your ice cream cone ?

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u/Serious_Growth_7000 Sep 24 '22

It seems that is pushes the last bit of beer through a fine maze for the foam. The initial beer send kind of"dead", low on carbon dioxide. Gross!

You could have used real beer, with normal carbon levels and just pour it at an angle in a corner of a glass standing upright for a better result.

Over engineered for an interior product

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u/BrusherTheHusky Sep 24 '22

Well they are indoors...

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u/Serious_Growth_7000 Sep 24 '22

Damn autocorrect...

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u/chalky87 Sep 24 '22

Where's the rest of my beer!?

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u/dirk_1745 Sep 24 '22

Perfect for a half pint maybe

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u/magiclong Sep 24 '22

perfect pour if you're stevie wonder or dead

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u/Nixher Sep 24 '22

Is this how they train Wetherspoons staff to pour pints?

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u/Mr_Hurley_ Sep 24 '22

Someone gives you a pint in that state in Ireland, they're getting glassed

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u/AntisocialScotch Sep 24 '22

It started off well but didn’t finish great at all 😂😂😂 that ain’t no perfect pint 😅

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u/UpTheCreekItSeems Sep 24 '22

Erm, fill the fucking glass please mate?

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u/TheAmerican_Doctor Sep 24 '22

Uuuh… a perfect pour wouldn’t be half full of foam…

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u/Willsie777 Sep 24 '22

As they say in Britain, “where’s the rest of it?”

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u/TweedleBeetleBattle2 Sep 24 '22

I was a bartender for fourteen years, this is not a perfect pour. That’s a pretty pointless machine.

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u/Apprehensive_Oil4241 Sep 24 '22

The machine short changed the customer. Should be another 2 or 3 oz of beer before the head is added

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u/erikannen Sep 24 '22

Good job, Japan! You've made a robot that can pour, why not focus on beer with flavor next?

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u/CubanLynx312 Sep 24 '22

Fill the narrow part with beer, fills the wide part with foam. Perfect pour for the bar owner.

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u/tsweezyintheheezy Sep 24 '22

All that for it to still be fucked up

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u/DerAlphos Sep 24 '22

I don’t drink much beer which is relatively uncommon here in Germany, but even as someone who doesn’t drink beer a lot, I could pour a better beer. Interesting invention, but far, far from perfect.

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u/EinFahrrad Sep 24 '22

If you'd serve this in a german bar, you'd go to jail or the angry mob tears you apart. That's not a "perfect pour", that's a crime

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u/Clydecolt Sep 24 '22

Haha the fuck

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u/Timboo352 Sep 24 '22

thats the worst pour I've seen in a long time

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u/GermanSugarBaker Sep 24 '22

Was soll das sein, Pils im Weizenglas? Absolut dekadent.

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u/PapaDePaze Sep 24 '22

In the name of the BRD thats not perfect at all

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u/stixx_nixon Sep 24 '22

Half a beer

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u/Fabulous_Cry_5313 Sep 24 '22

Where's the rest of it?

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u/Normal-Good1860 Sep 24 '22

I would send this shitty pour back

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u/8stringtheory Sep 24 '22

Not full, too much head, perfect my ass!

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u/Zalenka Sep 24 '22

A German bartender would have given you another couple centimeters of beer.

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u/Konzillaa Sep 24 '22

Glass is half empty..

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u/I_havenobusinesshere Sep 24 '22

That thing objectively, works like shit.

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u/xSamxiSKiLLz Sep 24 '22

That's the wankest pour I've ever seen

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u/Cebarsmod Sep 24 '22

awful finish

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u/Bulky-Cupcake-4419 Sep 24 '22

“The perfect pour”, proceeds to fill the glass half way.

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u/twh9219 Sep 24 '22

The head on that? Where’s the rest?

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u/DonaldTheMcdonald Sep 24 '22

Tilts to 45° to just foam the last half and not fill to the top.

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u/DJ_DORK Sep 24 '22

Can they really not find a person who wants to do this?

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u/SlobbinMyKnobbin Sep 24 '22

“Weak Pour”

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u/Spatzenkind Sep 24 '22

A perfect pour doesn't leave half the glass empty.

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u/Old_Interaction_1713 Sep 24 '22

thats half a beer

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u/benjamilreed Sep 24 '22

This is offensive lol

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u/noodlin Sep 24 '22

If I wanted head with my beer I would have gone to a whorehouse

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u/Padgetts-Profile Sep 24 '22

As if drinking Sapporo wasn't bad enough.

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u/TenDollarSteakAndEgg Sep 24 '22

Maybe fill it all the way?

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u/GartenMensch Sep 24 '22

Hi there - German here... I'd like to Disagreed on that statement

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u/LiL-KingDJ Sep 24 '22

As german... This is disgusting!

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u/Longjumping-Bed7984 Sep 24 '22

Thats a shitty pour

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u/Squarrots Sep 24 '22

Love how it fucked it up at the end. The point of tipping the glass is so you don't get head. You can get the same pour of you just dump in straight in.

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u/publicdiversity Sep 24 '22

I dread to think what would happen if this was brought to the uk

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u/jodobroDC Sep 24 '22

My guess is they used the wrong glassware. Machine probably calibrated for a 16oz pour, that is a gran pilsner glass which holds 20-22oz.

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u/thelastthingicanthin Sep 24 '22

Great…thanks for half a beer…🤦‍♂️🤷‍♂️

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u/dilligafydsob Sep 24 '22

That is not the perfect pour. The gas will be in your belly now.

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u/Gregbot3000 Sep 24 '22

That machine does a terrible job.

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u/Debesuotas Sep 24 '22

That beer looks like colored water :/

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u/apiso Sep 24 '22

I have the perfect name for this “perfect pour” machine: shittydisappointmentbot3000.

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u/Cyndagon Sep 24 '22

They had these at one of the lounges in one of the Tokyo airports. Free beer for my 4 hour layover..

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u/Aggressive_Air_3489 Sep 24 '22

That would be an illegal pour in the UK.

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u/Supafly22 Sep 24 '22

This is so bad I’m actually angry

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u/fodas3255 Sep 24 '22

That’s not perfect at all

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u/Sea-Studio-6943 Sep 24 '22

As a bartender I feel sick

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u/ENGLANDZ Sep 24 '22

Not full and too much froth. And for that reason, I'm out.

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u/whyreadthis2035 Sep 24 '22

Looks like a glass that isn’t full.

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u/MrShatmore_SpecialEd Sep 24 '22

Where the fuck is the rest of my beer

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u/StockBoston Sep 24 '22

Perfect pour? It’s not full

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u/nicbongo Sep 24 '22

It's an inch short and a third head. No thanks.

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u/[deleted] Sep 24 '22

When do I get the rest of my beer?

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u/superdutyspence Sep 24 '22

3/4 glass? Not perfect enough for me.

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u/dr3do9 Sep 24 '22

They had us in the first half.

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u/Bobojones9584 Sep 24 '22

Lol, that head is waaay too big.

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u/Wide-Information-708 Sep 24 '22

But the glass isn’t full?

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u/T-J_H Sep 24 '22

Perfect pour? And the foam comes from a different nozzle?

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u/Equal-Variation-3917 Sep 24 '22

Half a fecking beer though? Get wrecked

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u/Beautiful-Cherry3540 Sep 24 '22

Um, it’s a little short

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u/Paverunner Sep 24 '22

Perfect pour my ass

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u/kad202 Sep 24 '22

It’s not topping off.

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u/soundmanab Sep 24 '22

If my bartender pushed a half full beer on to me I’d tell them to keep the drink.
Sneaky robots! We’re watching you Skynet!

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u/fords42 Sep 24 '22

That’s not a perfect pour.

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u/Youshless Sep 24 '22

This should be on #mildyinfuriating lol that's a great invention up to the point it only fills the glass half way and then adds such a big head... Out of order!

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u/iFishyAF Sep 24 '22

Perfect pour my ass

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u/SaltyButSweeter Sep 24 '22

Hey Mr. Roboto, the pour looks a little light.

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u/Pyro_Paragon Sep 24 '22

"Perfect"? Worse than I've ever seen a human do. Too much head, didn't even fill the glass, took forever to do it. It'd send it back.

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u/CultureVulture666 Sep 25 '22

That pour sucks...

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u/trobodo Sep 25 '22

What the fuck do you mean perfect pour?

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u/deejay6483 Sep 25 '22

not with the half poor and then the rest of the white stuff I’ll pass.

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u/Bubblewrapperson Sep 25 '22

Perfect pour? You half a beer?

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u/NydNugs Sep 25 '22

Perfect pour has more beer and a perfect head on the brim.

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u/Turbulent_Lake_921 Sep 25 '22

This is an all-you-can-drink beer server.

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u/MLToasted420 Sep 25 '22

I don’t even drink beer and I know that’s way too much head. Thanks Bar Rescue. Lol

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u/galaxyhigh Sep 25 '22

It started off so well and then…

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u/Mickdxb Sep 25 '22

Actually not a good way to pour it. Just the fastest. If you pour straight down and wait for foam to dissipate and repeat, it is far more enjoyable and less harsh on your guts.

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u/ilikesixtiesthings Sep 24 '22

An effort was made

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u/bltsrtasty Sep 24 '22

Gonna be honeat hwre and simply say this would be perfect for Japan. Yes I'm asian and have had a few japanese friends during my JP history years in grad studies and more head is considered a sign of freshness they feel and why they design it that way.

Fact IS it IS a machineband designed what it is intendes to do perfecrly. Hearing ppl complain here is like comparing portion sizes of american versus european dinners, size of trucks between countries or even what ppl prefer as type of foods.

So serioisly, stop hating on the machine. Its quite lovely and can always be programmed to adjust head to body ratio but also means someone was smart enough to design it and to adjist it for its intended market.

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u/Ok_Discipline_5026 Interested Sep 24 '22

Ironically the more foam in your glass the less bloat and gas in your stomach. So this is technically NOT the right way.

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u/badabingerrr Sep 24 '22

Came to comment this but confused by the NOT the right way. Is less bloat a bad thing? I get that a lot of people dislike the foam but it serves a purpose.

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u/Ok_Discipline_5026 Interested Sep 24 '22

Being bloated from beer is something to avoid. It's unpleasant. Any pub master can fill in the details better than I.

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u/Arkhye Sep 24 '22

You are correct, i worked in a pub for a long time, and tilting the glass is the quick way to pour beer, not the right way. You want the beer to fall from a certain height, hence expressing the CO2 and creating the foam. If you pour it tilted, the CO2 will still be in the drink and you'll be bloated and gassy after a couple glasses. It also tastes better in my opinion when it's poured right.

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u/Ok_Discipline_5026 Interested Sep 24 '22

Thank you for this input. You said it better!

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u/Own_Specific_161 Sep 24 '22

Dog shit pour mate

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u/Anon_be_thy_name Sep 24 '22

Perfect pour my ass. Half filled glass with liquid and the 3rd quarter was just head.

Do that in a Bar here in Australia and you'll have some very unhappy customers.

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