Guinness surger unit hits Phnom Penh on St Patrick’s Day

This year's Guinness quest took us to Pacharan for happy hour. Celebrating St Patrick's Day at a spanish tapas bar might sound a bit odd, but they were temporarily hosting the Guinness Surger Unit. This nifty contraption uses ultrasonic pulses to stimulate the molecules and release the nitrogen, transforming your sad can of Guinness into a cream-brimmed glass of velvet, just like a draught pour. Funky eh? The unit isn't expensive; I'm amazed these Irish bars around town haven't caught on to it as it's been around nearly 4(?) years. And for $3.50 a pint, it sure beats the other bars selling the widget cans for $6.50! Great piece from Good, on getting to know your Éire-inspired words, from Irish apricots to Irish wolfhounds: Get … [Read more...]