The robot beer walls dispense ale without the need for barmen or women. Punters simply pay for their tipple and pour it themselves.
The move comes after the Daily Star revealed snowflakes are turning their noses up at late shifts fearing it will upset their sleep.
US firm PourMyBeer is launching the technology in the UK after it proved a hit in America and Europe.
The machines, which can pour any drink, slash the time it takes customers to get served, making the hated scrum at the bar a thing of the past.
Marketing chief Tana Rulkova said: “Besides lowering the cost of labour for the owners, the system is also far more efficient.”
She added that it took drinkers “five-10 seconds to pour what they want versus the five-10 minutes it would take them to order and receive the same beverage through traditional methods”.
UK manager Philip Brady said: “We have recently completed the testing and certification process with HM Weights and Measures so we are just about ready to launch in the UK.”
Beer walls have been a hit with beer fans at swamped sports and music venues in Europe and the US.
And brewing giant Kronenbourg is using them to speed up service at its pubs in France.