How was Battomi invented?
Battomi was invented in the year 2000, when at the dawn of the new
century our founder, Ethan, made one of the most profound discoveries
in the history of beer drinking: Beer tastes its
best precisely at the temperature of melting ice.
Beyond that, the legend of Ethan's discovery of Battomi is shrouded
in mystery. We may assume, however, that some beer was involved. Perhaps
you can unlock the mystery by looking very closely on our site.
Science behind Battomi
idea behind Battomi come to an ordinary beer drinker, it may
have faded into oblivion after that 12 pack Ethan first experimented
on. But Ethan's no ordinary beer drinker. A tax lawyer and
oil and gas magnate who scored a perfect 800 on his Chemistry
Achievement Test in 1971, Ethan combined his love of beer,
his vast and dangerously twisted intelligence, the power of
beer to expand his mind and his astute sense
of the world around him to quickly turn his momentous thought
into a set of working products. In fact, Ethan worked so quickly
that he was enjoying the first Battomi moments after he made his
world famous discovery.
behind Battomi is, like most world-changing discoveries, built
on a simple concept. Refrigeration vastly improved the taste
of beer (and
other beverages), but it's hard to set a refrigerator
precisely at the temperature of melting ice, and it's even
harder to carry one around while drinking. Iced coolers, one
of the marvels of the modern world (especially the rolling
kind, Ethan's favorite), allow hot air to be trapped between
the ice cubes. According to Ethan's calculations, an astounding
19.367364% of the volume a cooler full of ice consists of hot
air (and Ethan knows a lot about hot air, too).
momentous observation, which is as true today as it was when
he made it, and will remain true for all time, was that the
only way to keep beer (and
other beverages) at the temperature of melting
ice was to immerse it in melting ice at all times! So Ethan
grabbed his garden hose and commenced to pour cool, refreshing
water into his rolling cooler, making the first Slurry of Ice and
Water™ that's the foundation of Battomi, Battomi™
Products and Services, and the Beverage Division of Battomi Oil
& Beverage Company, LLC.