So a few fellas and gals are having a meetup in Amsterdam in a few minutes , a few days ago I ran into a IPA aisle at the Deli, API and IPA are palindromes to each other, a few minutes ago I thought about useless API’s in the shower … guess what, it’s friday and I’m just connecting the dots here in a useless expenditure of time.
DISCLAIMER: You definitely have something better to do. If you read this post it’s all on you . I take resposibility for writing this hunk of junk but you better take responsibility for reading it.
Put Beer into the fridge
Put some beer into the fridge first.
You could drop crates into the fridge but that really doesn’t make too much sense unless you have a walk-in fridge.
You can also drop six-packs in the fridge… I’m just saying .
Just put single bottles into the fridge if you take this seriously. You’ll get more packed in there.
The volume and content are expressed in milliliters. SI units rule!
Perhaps you’re more into the canned variant. Everything is possible.
Figure out what there is in the fridge. Of course that liquid is best served cold .
Perhaps you want to know which IPA’s you have stocked up on, then just provide
the following data with the
Perhaps you need something specific… like for example something of a certain
brand? Then again, send data with the
The result should look something like this:
Get something to quench that thirst
Surprise yourself. Just have a cold one. A random brew that will hopefully titillate the senses.
Be social about it, get some for your friends too.
Take a sip of that liquid delight in you hands at the moment. You can also run around the room and take sips of everyone’s beer to everyone’s dismay and every warm unfinished one on the tables. Not saying it’s good for you, but it’s possible.
NOTE: Grabbed beers don’t show up in the fridge anymore. So
GET /brewswill not display the grabbed beers, however; you could still take a gulp of any grabbed beer provided that there is something in it.
I have to get to work…