For people who love Beer, a peer pipeline would be something out of a dream. This dream was achieved by the De Halve Maan brewery in Bruges, a brewery that has been around since five generations.
The pipeline was built over a period on 5 months after 4 years of planning. The length of the whole pipeline is 3 km and it cost around Four million Euros.
The money was collected through crowd funding and by the Flemish regional government. The pipeline ends at a bottling plant on the outskirts of the city and can pump 4000 litres of booze an hour.