Japanese Brewery Selling Frozen Beer to Combat Extreme Heat


On a hot day, I can’t complain ©karen_neoh

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This cold treat is not for the kids–Japan’s Kirin Brewery has produced ice cold and frothy beer to combat the country’s recent heat wave. With temperatures reaching 104 Fahrenheit, the country is struggling to keep up with the energy used for air conditioning.

Kirin’s ‘frozen beer’ is just the answer, at least for those of age. The beer is placed into a machine similar to one for making frozen yogurt. And presto! soft-serve, cold beer.

The draft with the icy head is available at more than 200 outlets across Japan, and the brewer aims to set up 1,000 machines in restaurants nationwide.

More on the frozen treat can be seen at Reuters.

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