Market rules apply at Broker’s Bier Borse, a popular pub in Berlin’s financial district. The price of each of the bar’s sixteen brews is set according to its popularity. So the more popular a beer is, the higher the price climbs, while the less desirable beers get cheaper.
A large electronic ticker overlooks the bar updating prices every three minutes. This means all customers get an up-to-the-minute shot at making a saving. Supply-and-demand determines the bar’s food options as well, from breakfast specials to lunch-time sell-offs.
The fluctuating prices of a real-time free market system make for the perfect change-up to any business-as-usual tavern.