There is a considerable measure of love for cold beer by lovers of beer and beer drinkers during the summer. Although there are few who does not really care, but who cares? If you are reading this blog, then you probably enjoy a cold beer especially when the weather is on the warm side.
This time Der Biergarten is pleased to announce the availability of frozen beer in our beer garden located in Sacramento. Cool isn’t it? But wouldn’t you prefer to know more about what frozen beer entails? This blog brings to you a fuller detail why you should love frozen beer more.
However, if you seem to be knowing about frozen beer just on this premise, it is a big opportunity to join the frozen beer family.
What is Frozen Beer?
Frozen beer is a market definition for pale lager beer brands that have passed through series of freezing procedures. In all cases frozen beer is served with a foam cover. The foam on the beer is served on top at 23° F (-5° C), and it absolutely acts as a core to maintain the beer’s chill for an estimated thirty minutes.
The most interesting thing about frozen beer brand is the fact that they possess more alcohol content than most regular pints of beer brands. And generally, frozen beer brands have a low price tag in comparison to other beer brands and relative to the alcohol content.
The Frozen Beer Concept.
The concept of frozen which sometimes could be sold as “polar pints” originated from a Japanese beer war. Going by the records, a Japanese brewer known as Asahi was the first to conceptualize the idea of frozen beer back then in 2010, as at the time he did that his main focus was to attract young drinkers. To achieve his goal, his company invented a machine similar to the frozen yogurt machine that turns chilled beer into a boozy whip to keep young drinkers glued. Even the foam cover on frozen beer is a concept drawn from the soft-served ice cream.
In real essence, the concept maintained the regular beer’s body but replaced the head with the foam cover.
As soon as the concept gained public acceptance, it was brought to the districts of Tokyo where frozen beer eventually became the drinker’s favorite.
Kirin who happened to be a Japanese beer-maker caught the trend to create a dark and light shades of the frozen beer. And ever since then frozen beer has been the order of the day in over 7,500 restaurants in Japan. With these other top brewers in Seoul, Paris, and Los Angeles joined the train of Frozen beer technology.
So, if you are in Sacramento, there is a lot more to explore. Get yourself down to Der Biergarten to enjoy the experience that comes with frozen beer. We are of a surety you will love it. Trust us.