Henry Weinhard was ahead of his time and already designed a giant beer robot in 1887. Watch the video below now.
To make Beer commercials is possibly the greatest job in the advertising industry you can get. Just think of all the funny and sexy Super Bowl Beer commercials we have enjoyed over the years. Henry Weinhard has now launched a great campaign that features a robot keg. The story goes like this: "In 1887, Henry Weinhard tried to fill a fountain with beer.
But he had even bigger plans for the beer he dedicated his life to. And in 2012, a team of devoted fans finally brought his greatest invention to life." Check out the walking keg bringing beer to all Americans in the video below.
The keg robot is reminiscent of giant robots depicted in classic sci-fi movies. Good thing that his laser is a beer fountain.
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