New Hope, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/15/2019 -- Fizzics is a pioneer in the personal beer dispenser industry, providing customers with beer on tap in the comfort of their home. Its Micro-Foam Technology delivers nitro-style draft beer that makes each sip leaving you for more. During the entire month of July, Fizzics is keeping the spirit of independence Day alive, taking a look back on the former presidents' beer history.
The first founding father, George Washington, was said to love English style porter and brewed his own ale on his plantation. Thomas Jefferson was also a fan of homebrewing, creating his recipes at his estate's brewery.
James Madison even proposed a government-run brewery during his presidency, but Rutherford B. Hayes ceased this daydream by banning alcohol in the White House. Woodrow Wilson went on to shut down all of America's breweries for the sake of conserving grain for the U.S. troops at war.
FDR brought back the spirit of beer in 1933 when he put an end to the Prohibition. JFK kept this spirit going, enjoying a nice cold Heineken himself. In 1978 Jimmy Carter made homebrewing legal in the country, and recent President Barack Obama has even shared his homebrewing recipes to the American people.
Beer has been a part of America's culture since the very beginning. Fizzics' personal beer dispenser transforms any beer into delicious, nitro-style draft beer. Keep the celebration of Independence Day strong all month long with a nice cold glass with Fizzics. To learn more information or to purchase a DraftPour, check out their website today at http://www.fizzics.com/.
Featuring their patented Micro-Foam technology, Fizzics offers a truly one-of-a-kind beer drinking experience with their DraftPour. The device allows just about any beer, including IPAs, pilsners, brown ales, stouts, and more to be converted into a nitro-style draft beer. Not only does DraftPour improve beer's flavor, but it also enhances its aroma and mouthfeel.
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