Mug creates head on demand

So, we all know the importance of good head, yes? Pouring “strong” releases the aromas of your beer, gives a creamier mouthfeel, and just improves the beer’s presentation.

Aren’t you bummed when the head drops, leaving you without that layer of foamy goodness?

Well be bummed no more. Now you can get your very own Professional Beer Foam Making Mug!

Without batteries you can create a brand new frothy head on your beer at any time.

As they say:

While you are drinking beer in the middle part, the Beer Foam is gone already, Simply Press the button once, the Professional Beer Foam Appear Again!! Let’s have fun for your Great Time!!

Uh…what?

Anyway, if your beer paraphernalia collection tends to the kitschy side, you can have this technological marvel for less than $25.

(via Boing Boing)

So close…German women fails to set record for carrying beer mugs

Beer Mug World Record...Anita Schwarz from Eichenau tries to set a new world record carrying 21 beer mugs at once across a distance of 40 metres in a tent near Zeltingen, Germany, 09 November 2008. However, Eichenau fails to transport the mugs in one piece. Photo: UPPA/Photoshot
Beer Mug World Record…Anita Schwarz from Eichenau tries to set a new world record carrying 21 beer mugs at once across a distance of 40 metres in a tent near Zeltingen, Germany, 09 November 2008. However, Eichenau fails to transport the mugs in one piece. Photo: UPPA/Photoshot

Telegraph: German woman fails in Beer Mug World Record attempt

Calorie counting beer mug

calorie counter beer mug‘Tis the gift-giving season. Here’s an idea for the beer geek in your life.

I suppose if you’re really counting calories you wouldn’t be drinking beer. Not to mention that there is a fairly wide difference in the calorie contents of different styles. And, of course, if you could drop one McDonald’s double cheeseburger you could add three or four beers and stay calorie neutral. I know what I would choose.

(via Seihin.com (Japanese) (via Shiny Shiny))

Of course, this isn’t a new idea. I gave one of each of these “Nutrition Information” glasses to Ron, Max, and Don a few years ago. (I found it at one of those ubiquitous Spencer’s Gifts in a shopping mall.) Ironically, there has been some talk lately of the U.S. Government requiring such nutrition labels on beer.Beer Nutrition Facts

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