Grabbing a glass of fresh beer or an expertly mixed cocktail might soon be as easy as brewing a cup of coffee using a pod.
Keurig has teamed up with Anheuser Busch-InBev to create an "in-home alcohol drink system," reports Mashable. The machine hasn't been invented yet, so there is no concrete information on how it will work or look, what materials will make up the pods, or what the machine will cost.
The machine will reportedly use technology from the company's failed Kold soda machine (which, incidentally, included cocktail mix pods).
Although competing products from PicoBrew and Soda Stream (whose Beer Bar is currently only sold in Europe) are already on the market, Keurig is betting on its product, which will ideally be able to whip up your beverage of choice "instantly."
In the meantime, let's hope that you'll soon be able to belly up to the bar — or in this case, your kitchen counter — for a buzz that doesn't require changing out of your pajamas.
Read more: Anheuser Busch and Keurig Team Up for a Household Booze Dispenser from Mashable