RFID technology provides customers with a new buffet wine tasting experience
A behind-the-scenes pub called Behind the Scenes Tap House uses a behind-the-scenes electronic device to allow customers to create a high-tech experience from the tasting process.
The behind-the-scenes pub owner Grant Golesh said: "We are very happy that the behind-the-scenes pub has opened! For more than two years, we have been studying the plan and making it a special place to let people relax and eat in a friendly and friendly atmosphere. Watch a movie and taste a wide variety of beers and wines."
Grant Golesh explained that the core highlight of the pub is a self-service beverage wall with 50 taps. “This is the first of its kind in the region. With our self-service faucets, customers can mix their own wine, beer, cocktail or cider. From different varieties of mixed wines to IPAS and Lager, each has its own taste. The characteristics. We have local breweries and some popular national brands. We will rotate our products, so every visitor will get a new attempt."
iPourIt's high-tech faucet with RFID technology allows customers who reach the legal drinking age to dispense any beverage in front of the faucet, while the RFID system records the amount of alcohol poured by the customer; to activate a faucet, the customer only needs to hang on the faucet. The reader swings its RFID bracelet in front of it, and the backend system remembers their choices and updates them. Golesh added, “We believe that this technology provides a fun and interactive way for people to taste craft beer and a variety of wines. In addition, it helps us promote responsible alcohol consumption. We have 50 self-service faucets and are one of the largest iPourIt systems in the country."