Heineken, Krups to Sell BeerTender in US

Jan 08, 2008

(AP) -- Stateside beer lovers craving freshly poured draft brews at home will soon have a high-tech option - the BeerTender, a beer storing-and-pouring product from brewer Heineken and appliance manufacturer Krups.



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nilbud
not rated yet Jan 08, 2008
If it takes you 30 days to drink 5l of beer, this is not the toy for you.

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