Machines Can Now You Get You a Beer and Make You a Pizza
Someday in the not-too-distant future you may be able to get up from your seat at a sporting event and get a beer and a pizza without any help from a human being.
Half of it will already be possible at next week's MLB All-Star Game at Target Field, where the Minnesota Twins are touting their self-serve beer machine.
We heard this morning on Fox and Friends that the first one debuted over the weekend and another is set to be installed before the All-Star Game.
To buy a brew from the vending machine, buyers will have to prove their age at a concession stand and purchase a vending card. That card is used at the vending machine where buyers can tap up to 48 ounces every 15 minutes. The machine offers four beer choices.
The machines will reportedly stop dispensing beer by the seventh inning, according to Associated Press.
Meanwhile, a pizza vending machine is reportedly on its way to the U.S., though it's unclear where or when we might start seeing these in action. The Dutch maker of the "Let's Pizza" machine boasts that it can make a 10.5-inch pie from scratch in under three minutes, starting by making the dough.
The machines successfully launched in Europe, and the company initially plans to place them at airports, bus stations, hotels and college campuses.
Check out the video below to see how the pizza is made right before your eyes.