When the mercury starts to rise, there's nothing quite like a cold beer to help cool you off — then throw in a healthy portion of slushie foam on top, and you have a combination that just can't miss. The Kirin Ichiban Frozen Beer Slushie Machine takes ordinary beer and freezes it, dispensing a frozen head on top of your beer that keeps it even colder while tasting great. Made to fit perfectly on a table or countertop, it's battery powered so you can take it with you anywhere, whether you're headed to a tailgate, a picnic, or on top of your bar.
We were going to write something informative and witty about this unusually-shaped Mount Fuji Beer Glass, but we realized that it's tough to beat the generic product description. "I am represented by a glass figure of Mount Fuji which can be called the symbol of Japan. The great thing about this glass, and golden bubbles stand out look of Fuji variety appears by drink pouring, and pour the beer in particular, I direct effectively the appearance of beautiful Fuji illuminated in the morning sun at all." Hard to argue with that. In any case, it is mountain-shaped, holds beer well, and is made by hand by Japanese glass artisans, or as we like to call them, "Invisible Samurai".
Sure, you can create foam when pouring your own beer at home — but it doesn't come close to measuring up to the dense foam you get out of a tap. The Beer Foamer aims to fix that. Simply pour .25 to .5 inches of beer into the shatterproof container, put on the copper top, press the button, and then take the resulting clouds of flavor and place them on top of the rest of your beer for a pub-like experience without the kegs.