Buffalo Wild Wings Has A New Concept Restaurant With A 20-Tap Self-Serve Beer Wall

Dominic Rocci pours a beer from the tap at the Wynwood Brewing Company on April 25, 2014 in Miami, Florida. Earlier this week Floridas Senate Rules Committee voted 9-4 for a bill that would heavily restrict the states craft breweries such as the Wynwood Brewing Company and is supported by the Florida Beer Wholesalers Association, which has controlled beer distribution in the state for decades.

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Beer and wings. Name a more iconic duo… I’ll wait. Buffalo Wild Wings understands that the delectable combination is the key to life. Now Buffalo Wild Wings is trying to provide you with easier access to more beer with your wings with a new self-serve beer wall. Unfortunately, these concept restaurant is not widely available.

Buffalo Wild Wings started B-Dubs Express concept locations that have a wall of sauces with 21 famous sauces and seasonings. So that means as much mango habanero sauce as your tongue can handle. These special locations will also have a self-serve beer wall with 20 brews where patrons can pour their own brew. This concept allows you to get a beer whenever you want and you don’t have to wait for the waiter or waitress.

You order food at a counter and are given a buzzer to let you know when your wings are done. Customers over the age of 21 are given a wristband, then purchase pre-paid cards that come loaded with a certain amount of ounces of beer. The wall of beer also offers margaritas and BWW’s Buffalo Zoo house cocktail.

Buffalo Wild Wings has more than 1,200 restaurants nationwide, but there are only three B-Dubs Express restaurants and they are all located in the Minneapolis area. This sounds a lot like the new “MoviePass for Beer” service that became available recently.