Well done, Holland. You’ve just made the best thing ever.
In a small village deep in the - ahem - nether of the world’s most notoriously party-friendly country, metalworkers Thomas Tolkamp and Dinand Veerbeek created a series of 400cc buggies, each equipped with comfortable bicycle-seats-cum-bar-stools, a fully-equipped driver’s station, a 3mm auxiliary input for mp3 players – and a keg.
That’s right. A keg.
The wistfully and confusingly named Cafe Buggy allows 50l of beer to be served, straight from the tap, at a blistering pace of 13km/h to anything up to 15 thirsty passengers. Although it can only go for 35km on one tank of petrol, this might very well be the best pub crawl accessory ever.
Since the construction of the first Cafe Buggy, Tolkamp and Verbeek have been inundated with requests to hire it for bachelors’ parties, so much so that they have built two further machines, each smaller and more refined than the last. The Cafe Buggy 3, a smaller, less cumbersome 8-seater, is even available for private purchase.
If you can’t live without this masterpiece of automotive engineering, visit www.decaferacer.nl, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.