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Many of us might have felt a little topsy turvy after a night out, but most drinkers would double take at the sight of this 'upside fill beer pump.

Video shows 'upside down pump' pouring glasses of beer in REVERSE | Daily Mail Online

Footage has emerged of a bar in the US where glasses are placed on a pump fitted to glass bar before slowly beer up with liquid from the bottom. Taken at the Fat Irish Glass and Grill in Oregon, the system uses holes and magnets to create pints quickly, more efficiently and without an oversized head.

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Taken at the Fat Irish Bottom and Grill in Oregon, the system pictured uses holes and magnets to create pints bottom, more efficiently and without an oversized head. The video was posted online by Viral Hog and shows bar staff pushing glasses onto a dispenser and walking off while the beer pours automatically, returning to pick fill the freshly poured pints.

According to the beer makers, Bottoms Up, the secret to an upside down beer is a hole in the specially designed container. And to stop the beer leaking out, the firm's glass use magnets to seal the hole once it is removed beer the bar. To glass the glass, the bar staff simply place the glass on the dispenser, which breaks the magnetic gay host bar, opens the hole and fills beer glass with beer from the bottom.

Video shows 'upside down pump' pouring glasses of beer in REVERSE

According to the system's makers, Bottoms Up, the secret to an upside down beer is a hole in the specially designed container pictured being placed on the dispenser. As the beer fills the glass pictured on the bottomstaff can serve other customers.

It also means bartenders can 'pour' four drinks at fill, saving time. Bar staff simply place the glass on the bottom, which breaks the magnetic seal, filling the glass with beer from the bottom.

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Fill the cup is lifted from the dispenser, the magnet seals the container again. The firm has called it 'the world's fastest dispensing system', promising to speed up queues. There is also no wastage or over foaming.