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The Frozen Beer Slushie Maker

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The best thing about summer is the opportunity for a cold beer on a warm, sunny day. The worst thing is when the sun's rays then warm it up within a minute.

However, all that is about to change, as Kirin have released a home version of their frozen beer slushie maker - a contraption that adds frozen, whipped foam on top of your beer which will keep it colder, for longer.

They've had them in a few commercial spaces, but now it's available to buy in your own home, so don't delay - buy from the Japan Trend Shop for $65 (£38) and take your time supping your brew in the sunshine.

[via Cool Material]

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