Fizzics Beer System

Feb 10, 2016

Category: Tech

Too much foam sucks, but not enough foam? That’s just as bad. Not everyone knows that the head on your beer actually releases compounds that make the beer smell good, and because smell is so closely connected to taste, a good smelling brew is often a good tasting one.

Since we’re not all lucky enough to have tapped beer on demand, the team at Fizzics has built a device that can deliver that freshly-tapped-taste wherever you take it. This device doesn’t use any nitrogen or CO2 cartridges, it only requires four AA batteries to run. All you have to do is open the lid, throw in any sized beer container up to a 64-ounce growler, and pull forward on the tap to fill up your glass. Simple as that. These are currently going for $170 and ship worldwide. Bottoms up. [Purchase]

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