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    Keeping Beer COLD once it leaves the cooler.

    Keeping Beer cold poolside or at the beach.....


    Many of us drink bottled beer on the beach or poolside, glass bottles are NOT good to have for safety concerns.
    We have the neoprene sleeves (with our names on them) that do an OK job of protection but not a great way of keeping cold.
    So.....
    check this out

    http://www.bottlekeeper.com

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    Don't think that will work with the small aruban bottles sizes

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    I use a Yeti thermos. Ice cold Balashi all day!!!

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    My beers never have a chance to get warm.... chug.... chug.....

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    CP, you took the words right out of my mouth, lol.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaby View Post
    CP, you took the words right out of my mouth, lol.....
    ..... and we've yet to hear from Tracey and Walt....!

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    Yeah, my beer doesn't get the chance to get warm. Plus those Balashi bottles are so small, it's kinda like a shot anyway... Now a gin and tonic could be a challenge. The bottle keeper seems like a good idea, but I'd need a rapid load device for mine... maybe like a Gatling gun attachment Tracey??

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    We figure that's why the 10oz cans are so popular in Aruba, no chance for them to get warm. Bud light cans are skinnier in Aruba than we are used to at home. We ended up buying koozies on Amazon that are meant for Michelob Ultra cans and they work pretty well.

    We are not fans of glass bottles on the beach or on the boat so we have gotten used to cans. That yeti can holder mentioned above really works too but we didn't bring it to Aruba because we knew the cans were smaller and didn't think it would work.
    Last edited by Traceyd14; 02-28-2016 at 09:53 AM.
    Not sure when, but we will be back

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    The Yeti is the way to go. The ice lasts all day even in the Aruba sun.
    We really bought them as coffee cups but found they work fantastic for mixed drinks by the pool. Beer stays frosty.

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    We bring our bubba mugs and fill me up! I also bring a Tervis tumbler that we fill with ice water so we don't end up dehydrated( happened to each of us once-

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