Beer is one of the most consumed beverages around the world, and that’s a widely known fact. It is said that “at any given time, 0/7% of the world is drunk”. That’s a lot of people stumbling and slurring words at this very moment. Through the technological advancements in 3D printing, RipplesTM is now introducing Beer Ripples.
Yes, not only has the platform expanded the Ripple Maker beyond coffee, we can now add another level of enjoyment to beer.
Restaurants, bars, clubs, and hospitality owners can now create “beer art” and dazzle customers.
What better way than to enjoy a nice cold one, than to personalize the drink the way you want with the people you care about the most.
It’s a concept which absolutely turns the conventional way of pouring a drink upon its head through the inventive use of 3D printing. Who would have thought?
Seriously, if you are in any of the business as mentioned earlier and you are looking for an exciting way to differentiate your core offering for your customers, 3D printed beer is something you should be considering.
Yossi Meshulam, CEO of RipplesTM:
We are excited to unveil Beer Ripples and bring the same personalization to beers as we have over the past two years with coffee customers around the world
And around the world, Yossi has taken his company indeed. Since its introduction, Ripples have found their way into high-end places such as:
- The Hilton
- Four Seasons
An increasing number of clubs and pubs owners are embracing the upward trend in many parts of the world.
And why not? Allowing your customers to add a personal message in the form of text or an image is priceless.
Imagine an anniversary, or your boss sending you a pint with your expected bonus in your beer!
The last example is a stretch, and I know it. But it’s something to keep in mind, as you can virtually 3D print almost anything from your phone into a beverage.
There’s nearly no learning curve to climb over. If you can send an email or text from your phone, then you already know how to Ripple you some beer.
- Prints high-quality images in roughly 11 seconds
- Uses malt-based ink, producing beer-based shades and maintains the natural beer drinking experience
- Supports glasses up to seven inches tall
It’s a fantastic experience and a great way to increase engagement at almost any social moment.
As for now, the team behind this amazing invention have no plans to expand their product outside of the commercial sector.
With that said, those of you with establishments can now purchase Beer ripples in the U.S. and Canada for $3,000.
It also comes with a yearly subscription of $1,500 which includes customer support and all consumables up to 6,000 prints.
Since we covered Coffee Ripples a few years ago, a number of you from overseas have inquired about a global launch. According to RipplesTM, they are planning on making their system available in other parts of the world soon.
Time to enjoy a refreshing TechMalak Drink!