Saint Petersburg, FL – December 14, 2015 – As family and friends gather to share good cheer and even better libations this holiday season, there exists a unique product that leaves people’s jaws dropping at bars and homes across America. In less than 30 seconds this device creates a perfect sphere of ice without using any electricity, leaving onlookers dumbfounded. Bevratech, founded in Florida by Paul Rosenberger, creates luxury bar products and claims using a large sphere of ice instead of traditional cubes prevents your cocktails from watering down.
Watch Glacious carve a sphere in this video.
Glacious, as it has been named by Rosenberger, was introduced in 2014 and immediately gained traction with famous names among upscale entertainment entities. Locations such as Walt Disney World and the W Hotel (to name a few) purchased this product because of the unique presentation Glacious offers to their customers.
“It’s amazing how our patrons bring their friends in to order a drink with a Glacious Sphere. There’s not many people doing this right now and it’s become part of the entertainment for our customers.”, said Moe Rivera, bar manager at The Great Maple in Los Angeles California.
To get the most out of your cocktail this holiday season, Bevratech recommends crafting ice spheres with its home version of Glacious called Glacious LE, which can be purchased for just $99.
For those looking for the ultimate luxury bar experience, Paul recommends the gold plated model called Glacious Gold, available for purchase at a mere $1200.
Glacious LE can be found at this link.
About Bevratech: It all started one night when Paul was drinking an “old fashioned” with his mentor from Hackerhouse at a nice bar in Gainesville, Florida. His mentor asked the bartender for an ice sphere, and to his amazement, the bartender whipped out a copper ice sphere press. From this point on, all Paul could think about was that dang ice sphere maker. He then did his research. Turns out that it wasn’t actually made from copper, it was just anodized aluminum that looked like copper. Copper really would have justified the nearly $1,100 price tag. “Surely I can make this cheaper”, Paul thought. “I can, and don’t call me Shirley”, another voice in his head replied. Well, he did just that and was able to create Bevratech’s first product with a $450 price tag.
Contact: Paul Rosenberger