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Stern The Pabst Can Crusher


By mnpinball

3 years ago



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#217 3 years ago
Quoted from TKDalumni:

this is a great promotional piece that keeps pinball alive!

This.

...and that's exactly why I'm very happy to see a title like this. If I owned a beer brand that's competing with Pabst, I'd be calling Stern right now to check out the possibilities to get a pinball machine made with my brand name on it. I think that this machine shows that a pinball machine still is one of the coolest marketing possibilities for a company. And I hope it will give other companies an idea. It might be a very smart move by Stern.

And you can make fun of the hipster community all you want (I do too, sometimes ). But I think they are the most likely group to keep public pinball alive right now. Here in Amsterdam we've got two flourishing arcades, where a big part of the players are hipsters.

Just my $0.02.

#220 3 years ago
Quoted from Edenecho:Interesting, where and what are these called?
I was in amsterdam in May, but when i googled after pinball places, mostly it was coffee shops with no beers or alcohol... which we naturally avoided.

Naturally.

The 2 arcades I'm talking about are both called TonTon club. One is in the Red Light District, the other one is in Westerpark. Their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/detontonclub/

I recommend going to the one in Westerpark. It's in a less touristy place and Westerpark is a very nice place with lots of cultural activities. Right now, the line up there is BttF, GoT pro, Sopranos, TWD pro. It changes pretty regularly, though. The overall condition of the machines is very good, although they do get a lot of play. They've also got nice beers (yes, hipster beers as well ) and nice burgers.

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