Inventor Glenn Auerbach and his group of friends have developed a reusable mold that creates a drinking mug made of ice. I can’t think of a better way to keep your beer cold. These glasses are a great idea, however there are some caveats. Air bubbles created during the freezing process can cause weak spots in the final product. Luckily, the makers of nICE mug have tips on making “clear” ice using distilled or reverse osmosis water, lemon oil drops, and/or the “double freeze” method. Glenn is raising funds on Kickstarter for its production, and you can also visit the nICE mug webpage here. A $20 pledge to their kickstarter page (between September 5th and October 8th) gets you an “Early Adopter Kit” including two molds and four nICE holds at half price. Best of luck Glenn!
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its nice to say cheers.
Thanks for writing about my invention nICE mug. It’s been years in development and I am excited to now bring it to more people. nICE mug fits so well with the homebrew ethos. I have been a homebrewer myself, and, like homebrewing, nICE mug is as much about the making of the product as it is about enjoying of the product. Cheers, Glenn.