Keep your beer bottles and cans frosty cold for hours with these cooler shells that wrap around your beverages. They feature double-wall vacuum insulation and a stainless steel body. A removable cap holds bottles securely in place, while cans fit snugly on their own. As a bonus, its cap doubles as a bottle opener.
The Trinken lid and cup provide a stealthy way to carry a beer can, concealing your brewski inside of a mock coffee cup. It firmly grips cans from 12oz to 17oz, and has a silicone gasket to prevent leaks. It insulates between the can and your hand, and collapses down to just 2″ when not in use. Includes two lids and one cup.
Keep your can cool and your palm dry with these Beverage Blankets from Rumpl and Parks Project. Each fabric koozie has a 100% recycled polyester shell and comes with an attached stuff sack. Your purchase helps the National Parks Conservation Association to protect and preserve our national parks. Sold as a set of six.
Light up your evening and easily identify your beer can with Nite Ize’s illuminated SlapLit drink wraps. Their neoprene insulator wrap keeps drinks cool and palms dry, and a their slap-bracelet inspired center band glows in one of three colors thanks to LED tech.
Rumpl, maker of awesome blankets for camping and bedrooms turned their textile skills to something entirely different this time, with the creation of a soft and insulating beer koozie that packs up small enough to carry it on your belt loop. Available in 12oz and 40oz sizes.
BrüMate’s modular can cooler holds 12oz or 16oz cans, or can be filled directly with up to 16oz of beer or any cold drink to enjoy through its sipper lid. Its double-wall insulation keeps things cold, and you can super-chill your 12oz cans with the included freezable gel insert.
Most beer koozies are made from foam or fabric. But Ollari’s shows us how to make a super slick koozie from carefully segmented blocks of walnut, maple, and padouk, glued together, then turned on a lathe. A layer of clear lacquer protects it from condensation.