In the early to mid-1990's, Mads Wahlberg invented two drink-serving robots. The first Tequila Slammer Robot appeared as one of the main attractions at the Aarhus Festival Week in 1993 (an annual Danish celebration of music and cultural events) and quickly gained popularity among the festival goers. At the insertion of a coin, the robot mixed a tequila slammer and served it up with a resounding "slam" on the bar. Customers watched enthusiastically as the robot served them their slammers – safely and with an attitude.
At the 1995 Roskilde Festival, the slammer robot Roberta made its debut. The robot had a lot of charming edge, and like the original tequila slammer robot, had a steadier hand than probably any living barkeep. Roberta made appearances at concerts, parties and special events. (Watch video.)
In 1996, the beer robot was born. The robot was developed as trends were changing and the popularity of tequila was fading. The beer robot was invented as an alternative to the tap beer facilities found in many homes today, and was a great hit at parties, concerts and private events. (Watch video.)
Wahlberg has a well-developed division for custom-made items.
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Wahlberg ApS, Jægergårdsgade 152 - 05A, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark, Phone 45 86 18 14 20