A more perfect pint

February 24th, 2006 | Posted by Real Beer

Guinness will spend more than $4 million to promote a new “perfect pint” gadget being called the biggest revolution to hit the beer can since the invention of the widget.

The plug-in “Guinness Surger” sends an ultrasound signal through a glass to separate the black body from the creamy head, just as a pint settles when poured in a pub.

When customers buy the new kit they get two cans of special widget-free Guinness, a pint glass and the Surger itself – a base unit on which the glass stands as the ultrasound passes through.

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One Response to “A more perfect pint”

  1. beergoons.com » Can We Use Ultra-sonic Devices While Under the Influence? Says:

    [...] Realbeer.com reports here that the company is mounting a $4 million dollar marketing campaign to promote this electrical plug-in wonder.  It seems that for £16.99, (who knows what it will translate to if it comes stateside) you can get two cans of beer, a pint glass and something that you wouldn’t want to stick down your pants. [...]