Spin Chill: Cold Beer in 30 Seconds

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food, Tech

There’s no bigger buzzkill than a warm beer. Warm beer sucks, and there’s really no exception. Chilling a beer is no quick task though. Product designers have been working tirelessly to create a product that would allow drinks to become frosty within a matter of minutes, and the Spin Chill looks to be the one.

Ty Parker and Trevor Abbot have teamed up at this year’s AngelHack to introduce their Spine Chill, a product that will chill your beer (or any canned beverage for that matter) in about 1 minute. Based on the concept of spinning a can in a tub of ice to create a chilling effect, the 2 beer lovers  created a prototype adapter that attaches to a drill, allowing you to spin the can within an ice chest, chilling the beer in just 30 seconds. After some iteration, they came up with a 3D printed Chill Bit attachment dubbed the Beerouette that will automatically spin the can or bottle within the ice, without the need of a drill. If you’re worried about the can exploding – don’t. In fact it doesn’t even foam. The final Spin Chill product will chill your can or bottle of beer in a bucket of ice in just 60 seconds, completely hands-free. Watch the video below and check out the project on Kickstarter.

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