I’m not a craft beer connoisseur or brew junkie by any means, but while searching for ways to make hosting a holiday party a little easier this year, I came across this sleek looking beauty: The Krups B100 BeerTender.
With the holiday season going full throttle now, why not stand out among the endless sea of mulled wine and eggnog offerings? The BeerTender allows you to enjoy your party without stressing over pouring drinks or keeping them at the proper temperature (it maintains your beer at the optimal serving temperature: 37.4° F). It’s just as sleek as that $500 cappuccino machine I’m lusting after, includes an LED temperature indicator, and can be cleaned in a cinch in my dishwasher.
It dispenses Heineken, Heineken Premium Light and Newcastle Brown Ale, and costs less than a week of Happy Hours on the town: $149.99. My beer aficionado pals will certainly be toasting to that! Cheers!
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