Have you ever wished if your bottle of beer could taste even better? If you have, now your wish could come true, thanks to Fizzics. Fizzics is a company which has developed a countertop machine known by the same name. The device will be powered by battery and is thought to use high-frequency sound waves and oscillation for creating a thick and long-lasting head of the beer. The distribution and consistent carbonation of the beer will give you a better pour.
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How to Use Fizzics?
To use Fizzics, you have to put a can or full bottle of beer inside the machine. Then you have to put a tube in the beer and shut the top. The beer will then be pressurized and oscillated and you can pour it almost immediately with the tap that is on the top of the device.
To pour the beer, you have to flick the tap forward. Once your glass is almost full, you have to flick the tap backward and pour the thick foam.
The gadget is believed to be compatible with all standard growlers and beer bottles and also with the 16 to 32 ounce cans. However, the makers say that to get the optimum result, cold beer should be used with the device.
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Features of the Gadget at a Glance
- Designed to stimulate five of your senses
- Can be carried easily anywhere
- Enhances the flavor
- All beer styles’ flavor enhanced
- It can be cleaned easily
- Highly complex
- Compatible with all standard size bottles and cans
The company is running an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for Fizzics. With 25 days still to go and a total funding goal of 50,000 USD being already achieved, the device will definitely see the light of the day sooner or later.
Early backers of the campaign can get the device for $119. It is expected to retail for $199. US early backers of the campaign will get free shipping. Shipping is expected to start from October, but the time may vary.
Fizzics is meant for the craft beer enthusiasts who are looking for ways to make their brew taste better. This gadget is not for people who can have cheap beer at any liquor store.
How about you? Do you want to make your beer taste better? Are you going to pledge your funds for the campaign? We would love to hear your thoughts.