Beyond Zero Liquor Ice Maker

May 23, 2017

Category: Tech

There is no better way to beat the heat than with a cold cocktail, and there is no better way to enjoy an ice cold cocktail than with the Beyond Zero Liquor Ice Maker.

For those who love a good straight pour of whiskey or a solid gin and tonic but are bothered by how watered down they get at the end of the drink – Beyond Zero is the perfect summertime cocktail tool. This high-tech piece of bar equipment can get your spirits so cold that they actually freeze into ice cubes, allowing you to cool down your bourbon with frozen bourbon cubes. More than that, it only takes 4-5 minutes for the machine to get your ice-cubes down to a temperature of -50 degrees Fahrenheit. For those worried about the electricity bill, don’t fret. The team behind Beyond Zero promises that their machine will not only consistently produce measured cubes, but it will do so while running on the same amount of power as a light bulb. We’ll take 10.

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