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Spruce up your beer

That UltraBeer Thing is a $30 battery-powered device that gives your beer a nice frothy head after a couple of seconds.

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Easy to use

The UltraBeer uses sound waves to stir up the carbonation of your beer.

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Simple

It's simple and easy to use.

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Activate with a press

Touch the button, and you'll see a green light telling you it's on.

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Ready to go

Then, just insert the smaller end into your beer.

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Quick and painless

The UltraBeer only needs a couple of seconds to do its work.

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Stir

Hold the device a couple of inches into your glass, and stir gently.

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Bubbles

The UltraBeer whips up a frothy head.

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Looking good

Your glass of beer just got a makeover.

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Batteries

The UltraBeer works with AAA batteries, and it's not waterproof. Don't immerse it in sudsy water or put it in the dishwasher.

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Wipe down

Wipe off the end with a clean cloth when you're done.

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Cheers

That UltraBeer Thing is easy to use and works reliably.

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