You’ve gotta hand it to Major League Baseball — many teams have swung for the fences in terms of offering craft beer at ballparks and several have hit a home run. The latest major league beer development, however, is like a cold reliever. Food Beast journeyed to Dodger Stadium to experience frozen beer foam. Check out the video above for a look at the frosty invention.
The video boasts that the froth is beer frozen at -5 degrees C (that’s -41 degrees F!) and acts as a cooling lid for up to 30 minutes. The full write up at Food Beast shines more light on the unique creation:
The process essentially breaks down into 2 easy steps for a bartender, or in this case a newbie Dodger Stadium employee. Step 1, pour the beer out of the tap. Normally, I would add ‘Tilt The Glass!,’ but because you’re essentially topping the beer with frozen head anyway, it doesn’t really matter in this case. Step 2, conjure your skills as a frozen yogurt employee because adding the frozen foam is aesthetically similar.
And it comes out of a Margarita Machine. Doesn’t taste like a margarita though. Doesn’t taste like much of anything really.
Here at the Craft Brewing Business office, we’re still mesmerized. So we put it to you, craft brewer! What do you think? Should you be topping your beer with frozen beer? Pass or fail? Sound off in the comments below.