Beer has been around for a long time, but the argument as to which one tastes best will never be settled. That’s okay though, it just means more beer to drink while trying to make your point or continuing to do “research.” For those at home, the only way previous for improving on a beer’s taste has been to get lots of different kinds and keep them handy in the fridge (this being a less costly approach than hanging out in a bar). But getting that fresh draft flavor from the tap just won’t come home. Fortunately electronics and taste technology doesn’t stand still — even if you should when lifting a glass. So the Fizzics Beer System looks to attack this issue heads on.
Fizzics is designed to enhance the taste of beer coming out of a can or bottle — to strive towards that elusive fresh from the tap combination. How it does this requires a bit of explanation — although the actual use is far simpler because there’s no CO2 cartridges or replaceable gas tanks involved. This also makes Fizzics far more portable than would otherwise be the case.
Now for the procedure which takes account that it’s going to be used on carbonated beer: enhancing the flavor jumping up the fizz and working that “head” so that it stands forth proudly. Go get a set of AA batteries (the heavy duty kind) and install them in the battery compartment. That’s pretty much the extent of it — thirsty work indeed. The system canister that’s an integral part of the process, well yes you do have to do a few things before the beer hits the glass.
So place the bottle or can, growler, whatever that fits inside the Fizzics which you just opened up. Then open that can, bottle, etc. and insert the tube that’s there into the open end. Close the Fizzics and work the tap and push it for all its worth while holding a glass at the proper angle beneath. Now watch as the beer exits the tap and fills the glass with a dense and glorious head that indicates draft quality results. Then remove the contents from inside the Fizzics, dispose of it properly and start imbibing. Responsibly of course.
We’ll now take a minute to note that the design takes safety health issues into account: Fizzics is constructed of FDA approved food-grade materials and stainless steel hardware which has been approved for all kinds of the required standards. The drip matt has an anti-microbial coating and the canister is of course removable for cleaning with warm water, that’s easy enough no?
Fizzics, the world’s first personal beer appliance costs $169.99 but how can you put a price on a dense and attractive head of foam? Not to mention how it will make our taste buds come out to play. You like beer, you’ll like Fizzics. You’ll also like not having to go to a bar to spend so much $$$.