Beer enthusiasts normally recommend pouring with a bit of a splash to create a head. This will create foam, but with large bubbles and low density. This sadly destroys the bubbles in the beer and leaves you with boring, flat beer and inferior foam. In frustration over this, the designers invented a tool to separate the foaming process from the pouring process. The result is a crisp, bubbly beer and soft, dense foam. The foam is created in the clear shatterproof container. The copper top holds the foaming device, and has its visual inspiration from the large copper boilers found in old beer breweries.
|Material||Copper-plated Plastic, Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||3"W X 3"D X 7"H|