Designed by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Kasper Rønn of NORM Architects, the Menu Beer Foamer brings pub-style drinks into the home. The simple device keeps beer crisp while topping it off with the soft, dense foam of draft. To use the foamer, pour ¼” – ½” of a favorite brew into the container. Pour the rest into a glass. Place the copper top on the foamer and press the button. In seconds, the foam will develop, and the process can be observed through the clear vessel. When the beer looks nice and cloud-like, remove the top and gently pour the foam into the glass. The resulting beer will embody the taste, aroma, and feeling of beer on tap. Shop now from GSelect.

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Holly

Holly is a poet from Kentucky. She grew up first in a Sears house, then on a farm. She studied English and Gender Studies at Mount Holyoke College and moved to Manhattan for love. As an occasional jewelry-maker and museum patron, Holly favors wearable and functional design but is eager to see work that challenges her aesthetics. Read more and connect by visiting her blog, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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