Beer's the natural enemy of video games: you need one hand to keep drinking it, and if you manage that, its disinhibiting effects lead to weird gender issues over wanting to bang Samus. Marrying the two less messily: The Gamerator.
After hawking a couple of hastily garage-made prototypes via eBay a couple years ago, the Roanoke, VA crew awesome enough to breed a kegerator with an arcade console took some time off (they all had kids...whatever) before releasing a crazy-improved version of their ingeniously-conceived Gamerator for mass production, mass consumption, and subsequent mass never-getting-past-level-four-tion. Legitimately badass keg-cade hardware includes a 26'' HD flatscreen, a Golden Tee-style trackball next to a standard double-joystick setup, two critical cupholders, a spout/overflow drain below the joysticks, a refrigerated keg chamber w/ standard tap and C02 setup, and an optional, toggle-able international tap for kegs of the non-domestic stuff, for when you're playing Ca-Stella-vania. On the software side, a legit user interface means easy navigation of the 85 classic arcade games (from Space Invaders, to Rampage, to Mortal Kombats I - III) that come pre-installed, while 1,000 downloadable games can be accessed via an included one-year subscription to GameTap, which they describe as "Netflix for video games", so...Netflix.
The 'rator's also compatible with all of the new-fangled systems that've popped up since its original mock-up (in addition to older-schoolers like Genesis and NES), meaning you don't even need to step away from the rig when that beer catches up, and you inevitably need to Wii.