Beercade: The Last Barfighter Beer Dispensing Arcade Machine

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Men are already quite competitive by nature, so when you give us a prize for winning, expect things to get fierce. If the prize is beer, forget about it.

That’s exactly what we have here with the Beercade. Combing two of our favorite activities of all time, drinking beer and playing video games, the Beercade sees two individuals going head to head in a fight video game with the winner earning himself a 16 ounce of beer. ‘The Last Barfighter’ game allows you to choose from five different fighters, all with signature moves to compete in a three round match. The beer goes to the gamer that wins the best of three matches through the machine’s built-in, automated draft dispenser attached to a kegerator. The machine was created for Big Boss Brewing Company by advertising agency McKinney.

Beercade The Last Barfighter Beer Dispensing Arcade Machine (2)

Beercade The Last Barfighter Beer Dispensing Arcade Machine (1)

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