We have heard before that Googlers ought to have fun at office. Their new set up that combines Motorola Xoom tablet with an Android-shaped robot is a testimony to this. Developed by Paul Cariff and David Saint at Google, the set-up is named as "KegDroid" and serves beer on-the-go. But you cannot just break into the system as such, you need to have a Google Plus account for doing so. There is a NFC scanner integrated into it and you have to pass your badge through it for authentication. If accepted your Google+ profile pic is uploaded on KegDroid and you can go ahead to have your beer bash.
Though it just doesn't serve any plain beer and has a number of options to choose from. Quite expected from someone like Cariff who has been brewing beer since 1991. You can enter the name, brand, brew type, alcohol content and flavor of it after which you have to make the choice between 1 ounce, 8 ounces or 12 ounces. Owing to the flow sensors it can control the rate of flow and quantity of beer poured. We're not sure if this is up for sale but cannot deny it being popular among beer loving geeks, if so.