On Our Summer Wish List: A Beer Slushie Maker

On Our Summer Wish List: A Beer Slushie Maker

A beer foam slushie maker? Now if only they could freeze the whole thing, we would buy several machines!

What could be a better treat than a frozen beer slushie? Unfortunately, we are not quite there yet, but the Frozen Beer Slushie Maker, invented by Kirin Ichiban and produced by Japanese company Takara Tomy Arts, adds frozen whipped beer topping  with the consistency of a slushie to the head of your beer, ensuring that your Corona stays colder a lot longer as you’re sweltering in the sun and flipping burgers.

The slushie topping provides a “minus–zero ice cap” that insulates the beer inside from becoming too warm, or even worse, subjecting your guests to the dreaded “beer skunkiness.” It can maintain a drink’s temperature at ice-cold for up to 30 minutes after the beer is poured. What’s great about the device is that even when the frozen topping starts to melt, you’ll just be adding more beer to your glass, ensuring that your pilsner will not be watered down.

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You can get your own beer slushie maker for $65, or get a beer slushie in person at Dodgers Stadium.