We usually don’t take the announcements on a serious note that are being made on April 1. But as informed by Carl Pei and his team at Nothing, there’s an announcement that is to be taken seriously. The announcement is made regarding a product, which is surely not the Nothing Phone 2, but another product that’s available immediately but is going to be there.
Nothing to produce bear that contain 5.1ABV
The collaborations between Freetime Beer Company and the microbrewery company based in Swansea on the southern coastline of Wales are turning out to be the production of beer. This beer will have a 5.1% ABV.
Nothing, which is marketed as a dry, unfiltered rice lager with a hint of pear, is teasing six-pack availability for this summer, but its website FAQs are a little ambiguous and mention “late 2023” as a possible release date. Although there is no concrete list of nations, it will be available on the shelves of Nothing’s SoHo, London, store and on the Nothing website. Those who are interested can subscribe to a newsletter about the brew.
Owners of Ear 1 and Ear Stick devices will be able to customize their devices with the help of the Nothing X app, but it’s anyone’s guess what Easter eggs we’ll see because Pei has a history of dropping them in the tech world.
The phone manufacturer and beer manufacturer have already collaborated on projects: partygoers were given beer (4.5%) at the opening of the SoHo store in December. On the route to Beer (5.1%), the corporation refers to this as a “prototype.”
Nobody is responding to requests for retail and restaurant stock, so Brits might soon be able to get this risky draught at their neighborhood pubs. A zero-ABV beer will be introduced by the company early in the next year, another tasteful but untrue joke.
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