In Japan, frozen foam helps keep Kirin beer cold

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Just as fresh brewed coffee is best enjoyed hot — spurring innovations like Coffee Joulies to keep it at just the right temperature — so beer is most refreshing when cold. That's why Dutch brewer Grolsch went so far as to loan out refrigerators during the World Cup a few years back, and it's also at the heart of a new invention from Japanese brand Kirin. Namely, Kirin's new Ichiban Shibori Frozen Draft is served with a layer of frozen beer foam on top to help keep it frosty cold. Kirin creates its frozen beer foam by blowing air into…

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