Keeping the Beer is No Hard Deal Now

It is a beautiful feeling to be lying on the beach, watching the sea and people swimming. Creams, tanning, water and … suffocating sun. The logical consequence of the latter, besides the desire to go to the sea, is thirst, a terrible enemy that fights against our tranquility. What to do? Naturally, take something, but it is not always easy to keep the drinks at the exact temperature, if we choose the option of not buying them in the same place, a situation that usually erodes more quickly our pocket. Here we give you some tips to have cold drink on the beach for this summer.

Refrigerator or portable refrigerator: It is the most common option, widespread in many countries of the world. The small refrigerator with ice can keep any cold drink for a while, although its weight and size can make it a nuisance in the transfer and the ice melts easily. The Personalised Stubby Holders also do the same work now.

 

The magic hole: A more homemade and simple way is to dig a hole near the sea and bury the drink there (if you can shelter under the shade better). The cold of the wet sand helps keep a beer or whatever it is at a good temperature.

Container with ice and salt: It is a possibility that admits a little more sapience or practicality, at least. In a container, and especially with drinks that are already somewhat hot, place water, ice and a little salt. Then the drink that is and by a chemical reaction will acquire the ideal temperature to be consumed.

  • If technological advances are within your reach
  • In some corners of the world, the Solar-cooler has been created, a refrigerator that feeds on solar energy through its plates. It keeps the drinks at a temperature of five degrees for 18 hours.

Another option is a small refrigerator that stays cool through a USB cable. How uncomfortable and negative is you have to carry a notebook or tablet to connect and is so small that only comes a can of beer.
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