It's a question that's plagued mankind for centuries: how can you perfectly pour a beer? What about if a can had two pull tabs?
The Japanese design company Nendo thinks that's the answer and they've created this demonstration to show how it works. After you use Tab 1 and open the can part ways, the pour will mostly be foam. But then with Tab 2, that pours the rest of the beer in with just the right balance. And perhaps you're thinking that it's too much foam? Well, there's an explanation for it. In a statement, Nendo explained, "Beer heads [of foam] are considered essential for having beer taste better, at least in Japan. It is because a layer of foam with adequate thickness acts as a lid to prevent beer from coming into contact with the air, and keeps it from releasing aroma, flavor, and carbonation.”
Perhaps we are looking at what's next for beer, the cans of the future! See how it works in the video and you can read all about it by clicking here.