5 Beer Koozies You Need To Keep Your Beer Cold
Beer Koozies are the best things for keeping your beer can or bottle cold, but do you use them? Now you can with everything you need to know about Koozies right here – personalized, high performance and more. Just in time for warmer weather!
By Tracy-Lynne MacLellan on May. 28, 2018
Keep your beverages cold on hot days! That’s what Beer Koozies do best and we’ve brought you a list of some of the best in the biz for cool brew on a warm day.
As seen on Shark Tank, the Beer Blizzard® is a Koozie and more! It’s a reusable plastic ice cube designed to fit in the bottom of your beer can.
This very special Koozie by Corkcicle has a cooling core designed to keep your beverage cool for 3 hours. Of course, if it takes you 3 hours to drink a beer, you’re doing it wrong, but it’s still a great feature. With its double walled stainless steel, it’ll keep your hands from getting cold and your beer from getting warm. It comes in a variety of colours and it’s also bottle friendly.
Here’s what Yeti has to say about their space-age technology Koozie: “The YETI Colster® keeps cans and bottles so cold for so long that you’ll have to rethink your understanding of a few natural laws. Standard 12 oz. cans and bottles fit like a glove – a glove with double-wall vacuum insulation. The Load-and-Lock™ Gasket secures your drink in place, and No Sweat™ Design keeps your hands dry while your drink stays cold. Available in stainless and DuraCoat™ colors.”
Need a special koozie for your special day? Promoting your business? Organizing a golf trip? Kustom Koozies has all types of can and bottle koozies you can customize for any occasion in a variety of styles and colours.
This koozie from the Dark Side will keep your beverage cool in geeky style. A ThinkGeek creation, officially-licensed Star Wars merchandise “keeps your drink cold like Hoth and your hand warm like Tatooine.” (Whatever that means, nerd!)
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