Brewers either love us or hate us. To be honest, I don’t care either way because I focus on the beer drinker.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 14, 2013
The Fusion Tower is an innovative new gadget that can mix virtually any ingredient into draft beer. One can add bananas to hefeweizen, hops to a pale ale, or chocolate to a stout, for example. Not only that, but the gadget also lets bartenders vary the temperature, foam, carbonation and timing of the beer pour.
As part of their weekly interview series, SaveOnBrew chose to ask 22-year-old inventor Matt Kyle a few questions.
“The Fusion Tower grabbed our interest for a few reasons,” explains SaveOnBrew’s Mark Davidson. “For starters, the craft beer lover in us was interested in how easy it would be to make our own mash-ups using this device. Yet, another part of us was interested to know what the reaction was like in the beer brewing community, seeing as this gadget is essentially saying: Your beer is good, but it could use something more…”
“It’s a mixed bag,” Matt Kyle told SaveOnBrew. “Brewers either love us or hate us. To be honest, I don’t care either way because I focus on the beer drinker. If I can make the beer drinker happy, then nothing else matters. We always split the keg, so customers can drink regular or infused; it’s their choice.”
SaveOnBrew readers wondered if the Fusion Tower could redeem a lackluster beer like Coors Light. “Oak chip infused Coors Light is downright filthy,” Kyle confessed. He said even hop-infused Budweiser was underwhelming. However, they had some success adding more lime to Corona and Bud Light.
In addition to providing beer lovers with fresh, exclusive content, SaveOnBrew.com also posts all national beer sale data to help consumers find the lowest price on their favorite beer brands. The complete interview with Kyle can be found on the SaveOnBrew web site.
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