Most beer in the world is being served too cold. Beer that is chilled too much releases less aroma gases. Lower temperatures make palate numb and unreceptive to taste nuances. Time-controlled chilling in freezer gives better results in less time. And also helps not to freeze your beer literally.


Why not just keep beer in fridge as usual? Average refrigerator temperature of 38 — 40°F (4°C) is too cold for beer. Most pilsners need 43°F (6°C), stouts — 50°F (10°C), IPAs — 59°F(15°C).

How accurate is your timer? This app is not a scientific instrument. Predicting exact temperature of liquid inside bottle or can is too complicated because all freezers perform differently. Freezer behavior depends on make and model, no frost system cycle, amount of food loaded. But freezebeer is accurate enough to make your beer tasty.

Hi! I’m Isaak Newton, physicist from 17th century. Did you use my law of cooling for your app? No. School formulas are not suitable for real life because temperature inside freezer is far from constant. It grows vastly when the door is opened and lowers smoothly after you have placed your beer inside. We bought tons of beer, put temperature sensors inside cans and bottles and built numerous graph. Our formula has been calculated as a result of all those meterings.

May I use Freezebeer for chilling other kinds of drinks? Generally yes. But the app was tested on beer.
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Freezebeer is small and simple app. It doesn't require permissions, doesn't collect user data, doesn't show adds and consumes minimum of system resources.
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Additional Information

Eligible for Family Library
Eligible if bought after 7/2/2016. Learn More
March 17, 2020
Current Version
Requires Android
5.1 and up
Content Rating
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Freezebee Apps
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