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Fizzics Waytap adds dense foam layer to beer

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    The Fizzics Waytap uses sound waves to produce a “micro-foam.” To use the device, an open beer (12-ounce bottles and up to 25-ounce cans) is placed inside the machine. Pulling the tap handle draws the beer up through a metal straw and outthe tap. At a set point, the system pauses and then the user can push the tap handle backward to produce the special froth.

Changing the way people drink beer, and making brews from the bottle or can taste better than draft beer from a keg — these are claims made by the creators of a device called the Fizzics Waytap, which pumps beer from a bottle or can through a tap and adds a dense layer of suds on top. Read more

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