Hydro Flask Vacuum-Insulated Beer Growler

Dec 19, 2013

Category: Gear

While vacuuming sucks, both literally and figuratively, vacuum sealing your beer in a big steel growler does not. The 64 oz. Hydro Flask leaves your dust mites where they are and focuses on your precious hops and lager. It’s made from double wall, vacuum-insulated, food-grade 18/8 stainless steel; that means bacteria and odors can’t even get their grimy feet in the door.

This advanced insulation technology means no growler sweat (or for the ladies, perspiration) will form, and it does double duty, letting beer stay ice cold for 24 hours while your hot cocoa stays hot for an amazing 12 hours. The 2.2″ wide mouth signify this baby’s ready for big gulps (or even Big Gulps), and it’s all made from 100% recyclable materials. [Purchase]

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