This new device gives you fresh-from-the-tap beer anytime you like

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Fizzics is revolutionizing how people enjoy drinking beer, letting users enjoy the fresh, crisp taste of beer from the tap in the comfort of their own home.

SEE ALSO: The surprising health benefits of beer

The company is selling two different gadgets:

1. The Fizzics Draft Beer System for the home

2. The Waytap for when you're on the go

These devices convert beer's natural carbonation into micro-foam bubbles through sound waves.

Just load in your can, bottle or growler, pull from the tap, and the sound waves will do the rest.

Buy the Fizzics Draft Beer System for $150 online or become a backer for their Waytap Kickstarter campaign for as low as $90.

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Benefit #1: Improves Heart Health

Drinking a beer may have the potential to help out your heart.

According to Men’s Health, “Italian researchers found that moderate beer drinkers had a 42 percent lower risk of heart disease compared to nondrinkers.”

However, the researchers go on to say that you should limit your beer drinking “to one pint a day.”

Benefit #2: Lowers Risk Of Diabetes

When it comes to keeping type 2 diabetes away, few people think about beer.

However, as Lifehack.org writes, “Multiple studies have shown that beer drinkers had an approximately 30 percent lower risk of type 2 diabetes than test subjects who abstained.”

Benefit #3: Lowers Blood Pressure

Excessive drinking has been proven to have negative effects on the heart and blood pressure, but drinking a single beer may just do the opposite.

Men’s Health writes, “Beer can lower your risk for hypertension, research suggests.

“In one study, Harvard researchers found that moderate beer drinkers are less likely to develop high [blood pressure] than those who sip wine or cocktails.”

Benefit #4: Protects The Brain

While most people assume that beer kills brain cells, one specific compound found in beer may actually protect the mind.

According to Shape.com, “Compounds in hops [which are found in beer] may protect against Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, according to a new study.”

They go on to say it “may slow the development of neurodegenerative diseases.”

Benefit #5: Increases Bone Density

As we get older, our bones may become weaker and more susceptible to breakage. However, drinking a beer may actually strengthen them.

Beer professional Anthony Martin suggests “beer for stronger bones!

“A 2009 study concluded that the elevated levels of silicon in beer can contribute to higher bone density.”

Benefit #6: Lowers Risk Of Gallstones

Gallstones can be extremely painful, but drinking a beer may lower the risk of developing them.

Lifehack.org writes, “Beer drinking is associated with a reduced risk for gallstones, according to the Mayo Clinic.

“Gallstones are made up of cholesterol, bile, and other things that cause pain in the stomach. No one wants to deal with that.”

Benefit #7: Stops Cataracts

Good news for those worried about cataracts: drinking a beer may stop them in their tracks.

According to the Telegraph, “Cataracts are formed when the mitochondria of the eye’s outer lens are damaged.

“Researchers at the University of Western Ontario found that the antioxidants found in beer, particularly ales and stouts, protected against mitochondrial damage.”

Benefit #8: Staves Off Strokes

Last, but certainly not least, beer has been shown to keep away strokes.

The Telegraph writes, “Studies by both Harvard Medical School and the American Stroke Association have shown that people who drink moderate amounts of beer can cut their risk of strokes.”

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