No more beers without foam

No more beers without foam is what this new Japanese invention guarantees, a jug capable of recovering the foam in the beer it contains, and in huge quantities, it must be said. It even seems capable of frothing the vodka beer I showed you this morning.

The amount of foam a beer should have is one of those topics that I would give for all the Sunday afternoons of life. I like it abundant and copious, although not as much as the Japanese in the video, who seem to win a World Cup every time they see the foam rise as if they had poured it instead of serving it.

I am intrigued by how the jug works, because it does not seem like a highly engineered job, but something much simpler, but tremendously effective. I also worry that producing so much foam in this way ends up conditioning the level of gasification of the beer, which would not be pleasant once it is gone.

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