Kirin Launches Beer With Frozen Foam To Keep Your Drink Cool
Popular Japanese beer brand presents an interesting innovation that can change the entire experience of drinking the classic beverage.
Japanese beer company Kirin has unveiled a new beer with frozen foam in the restaurants of Tokyo this month. The variant, called “Ichiban Shibori Frozen Draft,” features cold Kirin beer topped with frozen beer foam created using a process called Frozen Agitation, wherein air is blown into the beer as it is stirred and chilled.
The foam is very cold at -5 degrees celcius, which, according to Kirin, can help keep the beer below it ice-cold for roughly thirty minutes. Watch a preview of the Ichiban Shibori Frozen draft in the video below:
Ichiban Shibori Frozen Draft is available in Tokyo for a trial run and will be launched throughout Japan by May.
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