International 29.8.2018 04:44 pm

Beer hotel with in-room taps and shower fridges now open

Customised, built-in beer fridges have been carved into bathroom showers for true beer lovers.

The world's first crowdsourced beer hotel, located inside a working brewery, is now open for business.

Beer hotel with in-room taps and shower fridges now open
Beer hotel with in-room taps and shower fridges now open

Beer hotel with in-room taps and shower fridges now open

Customised, built-in beer fridges have been carved into bathroom showers for true beer lovers.

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