Chillsner Beer Chiller by Corkcicle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

There’s no bigger buzz kill than popping the top on a warm bottle of your favorite brew. Make sure you’re never stuck in this uncomfortable position again, and invest a few bucks into the Chillsner Beer Chiller.

Don’t settle for a lukewarm bottle of beer. Simply pop the chiller into the freezer for about 45 minutes, then slide the device right into your already cold bottle of brew. The Chillsner allows you to keep that bottle cold for an extended period of time, all while still be able to enjoy the beverage thanks to the implementation of a built in drink-through feature. It’s that easy. This could be the coolest summer time gadget we’ve seen thus far, and it’s perfect tailgating, picnics, and backyard barbecues of course. You can purchase a set of two Chillsners from the folks at Amazon.

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