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Pour one out

Keeping it simple

BYOB

Moving and shaking

Pop off top

Pieces in place

Ready...

Set...

Pour!

Smooth operator

Keep it carbonated

Top it off

Your at home bartender

Slimmer and more affordable

The Fizzics Waytap uses sound waves to liven up your bottled beer. For $130, the sleek device makes your store bought brew taste more like it came from the tap at your favorite bar. Click through to see how it works.

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You don't need kegs or cartridges of CO2, you just need 4 AA batteries and your Fizzics Waytap is ready to go.

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Well, you need beer too. The Fizzics Waytap works with 12- or 25-ounce cans and 12-ounce bottles.

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Fizzics uses this hose to transfer your beer from bottle to glass.

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Push this button to remove the top of the Waytap.

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Put your beer on the base, then replace the lid. Make sure the hose runs into your bottle or can.

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Lower the lid slowly.

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It'll click into place.

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Then pull the handle forward to pour your beer.

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The Waytap digitally controls the flow for a smooth pour.

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While pouring, the Waytap keeps the bottle under pressure to keep most carbonation in the beer.

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When your glass is almost full, push the handle away from you. You'll hear the Waytap whir and it'll top of your glass with an attractive head.

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The Waytap really does make your bottled beer taste more like it came from the tap.

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The impressive Fizzics Waytap slims down the design of the original Fizzics while keeping the core functionality intact.

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