Fizzics Waytap, an at-home tap that transforms a bottle or can into a draft-like experience.

This home-beer tap uses sound waves to convert your beer's carbonation into foam bubbles which, according to beer science, unleash the fullest and freshest flavor of the beer.  Read more...

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Have a pint from this home beer tap that uses sound waves to foam up your drink

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The taste of your beer can change drastically between its initial brew and when it hits your tongue. At least, according to the guys behind the Fizzics Waytap

When you’re at home and looking to crack open a cold one, you deserve to have your beer tap-fresh, complete with all those deliciously foamy bubbles you get on draft. That’s the thought behind the Fizzics Waytap, an at-home tap that transforms a bottle or can into a draft-like experience.

This home-beer tap uses sound waves to convert your beer’s carbonation into foam bubbles which, according to beer science, unleash the fullest and freshest flavor of the beer.  Read more…

More about Beer, Foodies, Food And Drink, Food Drink, and Beer Bottle

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