This is pretty amazing …
“To understand the depth of the infographics in this post, you have to start by swallowing a somewhat odd concept: Jamieson has developed analytical algorithms that actually reason through space. Just like you might place a point on a 2-D or 3-D grid, Jamieson actually arranges traits of a beer–from very specific text descriptions he’s scraped from reviews, like “grapefruity” or “piney,” to very hard, scientific measurements of maltiness and bitterness–into six simultaneous dimensions.” – Fast Co.
“In the execution of the product the designers with the help of technical experts have developed a manufacturing process, which can be effectively integrated in the bottle’s labeling procedure” But will it make the beer taste any better? – Remember the Lion
“…Now Budweiser is making a run at a Dean or Coca Cola bottle of its own. Bud’s announced a bow-tie can, an aluminum container that crinkles by just 10 degrees in the middle, to marry its can shape with its existing bow-tie logo.” – Co. Design
“Jason Barber, a farmer from Dorset, England, has spent three years creating the world’s first milk vodka. Now, his Black Cow label is the poison of choice for celebrities like Elizabeth Hurley and James Bond star Daniel Craig.” – Oddity Central
But does it make a good White Russian?
“Created as a collaboration between MIT Sensible Lab, Pentagram and SuperUber, Makr Shakr is a robotic bar, capable of preparing approximately one googol (equal to 10 power 100) crowd-sourced drink combinations.” – Creative Applications